No Gravity Games, Emil Markiewicz
Apr 8, 2021 - Nintendo Switch, PC
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Graviter - Nintendo Switch trailer thumbnail

Graviter - Nintendo Switch trailer

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Critic Reviews for Graviter

If all you want is a casual puzzler to play once in a while then Graviter is certainly a solid choice with its tricky gravity-based gameplay.

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With 101 levels to complete, Graviter has lots to offer puzzle fans. It’s a game you can do in stages and would be great to occupy your mind with for an hour or so a day. Graviter has a clean art look, well-explained mechanics, and interesting puzzles. If playing with rockets, gravity and saving a kitty is your idea of a fun puzzle game then look no further than Graviter.

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As a whole, Graviter is a great choice for puzzle fans. Rich in possibilities and with a very attractive aesthetic in the combination of backgrounds and effects, it is certainly a good experience for those who just want to spend quality time between an adventure in the Mushroom Kingdom or a walk around Hyrule. With fair challenges, we have a game that certainly calls attention to the utmost care, especially regarding the functional physics and satisfactory trajectories to watch when reaching the objective of each map.

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Graviter makes the player intervene over the force of gravity across a series of levels and with its simple and welcoming interface and easy-to-learn mechanics, players will be fully prepared after just a few minutes of gameplay. Even though there aren't many reasons to revisit previously completed levels, Graviter is a great challenge that feels like a steady progression towards the end, and it imprints on the player a marvelous sense of satisfaction when the hardest levels are completed.

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