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Gravity Guy

by Miniclip.com
Rated: All Ages

Price: $0.99
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Latest Updates

What's new in version 1.1.1
  • Bug fixes

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Product Features

  • Amazing HD graphics
  • Local multiplayer mode up to 4 players
  • Three game modes Story, Practice and Endless
  • Local high-scores lists
  • Interactive tutorial to learn how to play

Product Description

• He became known as the Gravity Guy •

Being chased by Gravity troops, Gravity Guy can't stop, he has to keep running and it's your job to guide him through an impossible world of mazes, flipping gravity when needed.

This fast paced and frustratingly addictive adventure features 30 challenging levels, and 3 different worlds, and guarantees you many long hours of fun!

Technical Details

Size: 17.3MB
Version: 1.1.1
Developed By: Miniclip.com ( Privacy Policy Click to see complete result in a new window )
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )
  • Open network sockets
  • Access information about networks
  • Allows sending in-app billing requests and managing in-app billing transactions
Minimum Operating System: Android 2.1
Approximate Download Time: Less than 3 minutes

Customer Reviews

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By Rbhatta TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 7, 2012
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Another OK game bites the dust because of excessive In-app Purchases and no option to turn OpenFeint off. I agree it is free today, But come tomorrow when people needs to pay 99c for this game will have to live with Openfeint and expensive in-app purchases.

Miniclip does make good entertaining games. It does provide you with hours of fun and graphics is really smooth on Kindle fire. I had purchased Fragger and enjoyed the game just like this Gravity Guy game offering from developer namely miniclip. But, honestly I hate the fact that the games have OpenFeint enabled in them.

I can understand if the game is free and has tons of ads and dreaded OpenFeint enabled for data mining in the pretext of having global high scores and leader-board blah blah. But why do you really need to impose this on paid users? It does not seem justified.

If the developer gives option to disable 'openfeint' during install I will rate this game at 3 stars [It is okay] at best otherwise as it stands it gets 1 star (I hate it) rating.
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***Update***: This app also has OpenFeint. Turn off your internet connection and you will get the OpenFeint offline message when you start this app. That would account for the huge data usage I mentioned at the bottom of my review. So, this app connects us to OpenFeint and doesn't even tell us. Is it also creating OpenFeint accounts for our devices? I'm guessing this issues will change this app from a disliked app to a hated app.

Original review:
Too bad, I was going to rate this app high. But I have to agree with the other reviewers here that this app is an example of pure greed. Paying again for something you already had? Really? If it was a free game, then the in-app purchases would be justified. But it's not a free game! A paid app should be a total app--you should get all the functionality, all the bells and whistles, all the time--you shouldn't have to pay again to play the game the same way you did when you first bought it.

The In-App purchases are:
$0.99 for 5 more Shields after you used up the initial 10. (Which doesn't even get you back to the original 10.)
$0.99 for 5 more Slowmotions after you used up the initial 10. (Again, only half of what you started with.)
$1.99 to unlock the Rescue level of the Story mode, if you don't want to complete the Run level first.

But here's a helpful hint (if you don't mind wiping out your scores): if you clear the apps data section, the initial 10 Shields and 10 Slowmotions will be restored. (Hey, a way to stick it to the man--or the developer in this case. LOL)

It's too bad really because it's not a bad game. Its graphics are crisp and move very smoothly. The controls are responsive and the gameplay is actually fun.
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charging for a game then advertising and charging for more after the purchase? really?
I'll pass every time. I understand the tactic with free games but this is a paid app!
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Seriously? The game is pretty decent, after it decides to force-reboot my device when it finishes the first cut-scene. Dunno why the hell it would do that in the first place.
Another key interest is that it includes OpenFeint, a hidden social app in-game that personally? I don't give two F's about. Good thing this game was FREE for today. I hardly pay for games as is unless I -really- like it and want to support the devs.

Adverts in game.
In-game-with-real-money-purchases
OpenFeint

Go jump off a cliff. -.-;
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Sheesh! Real problems with this one!
Strike One!
~ Open Feint surreptitiously installed. Not cool.

Strike Two!!
~ Asking (telling) me to pay for additional game content. Apparently a tactic to disguise poor game design.

Strike Three!!!
~ Padding the ratings with false reviews. It's not as if this doesn't happen (just as strike 1 and strike 2 also happen with regularity), but it seems particularly egregious given that it is a) so obvious, and b) readily combined with strike 1 and strike 2, all in the same app!
Wow. Too bad the least I can give is one star. You'd do well to avoid this app (and this developer).
You Are Out!!!!
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I enjoyed it, it's a poor mans jetpack joyride with some clever levels. Two things, it is tough, so expect a hard time. I actually like that about a game though. Two, once you use your slow motions (which really help make the game easier), you have to pay money to buy more. This is the game's weakest point. I saved my slow motions and beat the game with only using two and enjoyed it, but I can see why some reviewers are annoyed. Had miniclip just given you a way to earn more without purchasing them, the game would have been much more fun. Me, I had a good time with it anyway, but I'm cheap and never purchase in app items.
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Why do devs continue to use OpenFeint? Do they get kickbacks? For the clueless who read reviews... do you know why we hate OpenFeint? The fact that it wastes bandwidth, batteries, and tracks privacy is bad enough, but I can at least live with that tradeoff in this age of Facebook. The fact that it installs a file onto your device without your permission and you cannot erase it after you uninstall should be illegal, in my opinion. Even using a File Manager to manually delete folders doesn't get rid of it completely.
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