Reviews and Problems with Professor Heinz Wolff's Gravity
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Value for money 2
Sound quality 6
Landing on your feet
20 December 2009
Excerpt: I do enjoy listening and seeing Science and I am not actually a big fan. Recently I was out and wanting a new type of game to test me and I find the perfect game. Professor Heinz Wolff’s Gravity for the Nintendo Ds console was the game I chose.
Excerpt: Platform:Nintendo DS Producer:Deep Silver Developer:EM Studios/Deep Silver ESRB : E Everyone 3+ The Game: Firmly in the Brain Training/Puzzle Soving category, with 100 levels containing Physics based puzzles which need to be solved in order to progress to the next level, this game has all the...
If you can over look the problems it is a great game, but not as good as it should have been.
21 April 2009
Excerpt: Ever on the lookout for a game which will exercise my mind and make me think, the other week I was looking through the DS games in my local video game store and spotted one called Professor Heinz Wolff's Gravity. The back of the game looked intriguing.
Summary: Addictive but not enough levels - I completed the 100 levels fairly quick, but was totally hooked. A good puzzle game, many are fairly easy to work out but some do really get you thinking. Definitely one for the addicted puzzler to try.
Summary: i bought this game a week ago and haven't stopped playing it since, keep coming back for one more level! it reminds me a bit of the incredible machine that i used to play years ago - graphics are fairly plain although it does have some nice backdrops, the up n over minigame is great too!
Summary: 100 screens of puzzlement. However, most screens can be completed within a few minutes and as they do not appear to get much harder, the game gets completed very quickly. I'm currently rationing myself to a few screens each night so that I don't complete it too soon as I LOVE it!
Summary: I'm new to Nintendo DS and have really enjoyed this game. I'm a simple soul and older (53) user and find this a good mix between easy and frustrating ! Difficult to judge who this would appeal to as everyone is different but it's more about practical interactive kinetic (and Gravity - the clue is in...