David Watt · May 13, 2013 at 04:00 am

Physics Fun with Gravity Pro

With so many games available for Android,  be it tower defence, disgruntled feathered creatures or chopping up fruit; it can be difficult to find something original that requires a little bit of thought. Some may enjoy randomly tapping the screen just to pass the time on their coffee break, but others might like to use a few brain cells in the process.

XDA Forum Member Rob5ur has developed one such game that requires a little bit of thought before any screens are tapped. Gravity Pro is a physics-based game that requires you to move a ball (or balls) to a target, by drawing lines and shifting gravity. It sounds rather simple, until you find out each level has a limit on the length of the line that can be drawn.

Draw lines and control gravity, so that the ball ( or balls) hit the target.
Gravity Pro is an challenging physics-based puzzle game which consists of 40 levels.

This addictive game comes with the following features:
– Easy to learn gameplay.
– Online leaderboards
– Nice music

Gravity Pro has 40 levels to challenge yourself with. It has a number of modern audio tracks that play as you work your way through the levels. These can of course be turned off for those sneaky school or college class gaming sessions. You can start the game as a guest, or sign in with your Facebook, Twitter or Google account, which let’s you view a leader board of scores from users across the world.

If you have some time to kill, you might like to visit the Gravity Pro thread.


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David Watt

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