Summary: This game is very addictive simply cannot put it down. Some levels are easy to resolve and I think I have become quite good and then the next level I struggle and simply have to have help. If you like a challenge, buy this game!!!!!!!!!!
Summary: This game is good fun, and requires some thought. It is true that, as other reviewers have said, the problems could be more varied. But playing the game is surely more enjoyable than watching X Factor or BGT!! I hope that more games of this sort appear. I had earlier finished my review at this point. But it would be wrong not to express my admiration for the ingenuity of the game's design.
Excerpt: "...I find the perfect game. Professor Heinz Wolff’s Gravity for the Nintendo Ds console was the game I chose. === The Game === The idea is to use gravity and make sure you hit a target. You are given a grid and on this grid might be a ball dropping from any angle it feels like. You have to make that ball hit the red target button or make some of the equipment you have hit the red target. So you might have 4 blocks of wood and they are there to help ...
Summary: This game is fun to begin with but each level is just a similar version to the previous ones. It needs more variety. Also you get a limited number of hint points at the start which you have no way of increasing so once you have used them, if you're stuck, then you stay stuck. On the whole I was disappointed with this game.
Summary: This is an excellent game - not long enough, though. A couple of the levels are really easy and can be solved in seconds but most levels provide a challenge. A great game that can be played by a wide range of ages, including me - a Grandma!
The laws of gravity is fun in this enjoyabe puzzle game.
27 May 2009
Summary: There are 100 puzzles to solve in Professor Heinz Wolff's Gravity game which I find to be relaxing and great fun. You have a ball on each level which must hit the big red button or one of objects that you place down using your stylus. The puzzles can be a little tricky to work out as you progress throught the game. I am left handed and it did not affect me much having to use the D-Pad on the DS for turning the different objects around.
Summary: I bought this for my husband's birthday. He was hooked within minutes! Then my two six year old sons became entranced, giving suggestions and ideas of how to crack the puzzles and eventually having a go themselves. Last and perhaps most suprisingly my mother came to stay and asked for the game for her birthday. An all ages crowd pleaser!
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 the title) problem solving than words or numbers or Tetris type games. Looking forward to Gravity 2 or something similar.