Gravity Project: A fast-paced run-and-jump 3D game to test your reflexes

March 31, 2012
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Do you like playing games that require the quickness of your eyes as well as your reflexes? If you do, here’s a fun game that you might want to play on your Android device. Gravity Project is a game that involves dodging different obstacles just to get to the finish line. The thing is, it’s not like old-school Super Mario because it’s fast-paced, so you really have to keep an eye on things that might hit your character or else you are sent back to the starting line.

Gravity Project provides non-stop action and adventure, with perfectly designed venues, maps, excellent game physics, barriers, and character. Gravity Project surely will send you on a thrill ride because you don’t just need to watch out for the obstacles but also cope with the acceleration of the game. A lot of game players like it not just because of the thrilling game play but also because of the high quality 3-dimensional graphics which make the experience even more realistic.

Playing Gravity Project

The game has some similarities with Temple Run. When you start playing the game, your character is thrown inside of something that looks more like a spaceship’s hallway with zero gravity. From then on, your character will start running until he reaches the end of that level. It seems easy, but in every level you have to dodge walls, cubes, lasers and other obstacles that could hit you.

What makes this game even more exciting is that there are no save-game points which means that you have to finish the level or else you keep going back to the start . There is a time limit, so you have to be fast to beat the time and reach the finish line. If the time runs out and you have not reached the end yet, then the level will automatically restart.

Aside from the obstacles that make the game challenging, there is also some consolation for those who find it difficult. At every level you can pick up coins which extend the time limit for that level.

The graphics of the game is quite impressive.  We didn’t experience any lag or freeze unlike other heavy-graphic games we’ve tried. User reviews also proved that many liked the game and some are even pressuring the developer to add new levels and release new updates soon.

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If you want to play this game, you can download Gravity Project free from the Google Play Store.

What obstacle-dodging game is your favorite Android game?

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