Gravi ist ein intensives Puzzle-Jump n Run, das Sie an Ihre Schmerzgrenze bringen wird. Schießen und schwingen Sie sich Ihren Weg als Gravi, einem liebenswerten blauen Energieball, zum Sieg. Während Sie durch Fallen terrorisiert werden und Sie die Schwerkraft nach Ihrem Willen verändern, wird Anti-Gravi, ein atomarer Ball voll Zorn, auf...
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Veröffentlichung: 8. Okt. 2013

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Was die Entwickler zu sagen haben:

“We wanted to take a few minutes and discuss with you all what our plan is for Gravi, what will be included with Early Access, and what will be added into the final release of Gravi on Steam.

First off, for those of you who don't know, Early Access is a way that you can buy a game on Steam before all the features have been added to the game. It's kind of like Steam’s way of making a purchasable beta of the game. Some games in Early Access are more complete than others, and some games have the core concept down while the developers continue to add features, goodies, and polish to the game.

While many of Gravi's features are representative of what you should expect to find in the completed game, we felt a need to make the Steam version of Gravi the best it can possibly be. Therefore, anything we make from Early Access sales will be reinvested to make Gravi even better!

Here is the plan and what you get with Early Access.

Gravi currently has 40 levels of gameplay and you will get the ability to play all 40 levels.

Gravi already has 25 achievements that are possible to get and, with Early Access, you will be able to get these achievements as you would any other Steam Achievements.

We have added Trading Cards, which I've previously posted about, and those also will be available during Early Access.

Gamepad support will be enabled and working; however, we are going to need some time to ensure that ALL gamepad types are supported, so gamepad support may be partial, and we will rely on you to report if your gamepad is not working so we can fix it pronto!

Here is the plan for further development after the Early Access release, and keep in mind that those who have purchased Early Access will get constant updates as we add features.

We want to enhance the storyline of Gravi. Currently, the storyline doesn’t really carry over from the game trailer into the gameplay, and we aim to change that. For an evil villain, Anti-Gravi doesn’t really make much of an impact on Gravi for most of the game, only showing up at the end of each chapter. We plan to give Anti-Gravi more screentime by adding him to more levels and totally re-engineering his chapter-end battles so that they’re bigger and better.

We’ve also designed a new type of collectibles which act as energy pickups for Gravi. You’ll need to fill up an energy bar in order to proceed to the next level, as this energy will power a door at the end of each level.

These collectibles will serve two purposes. First, they will help to better define where you should be heading inside of any given level. Second, they will also add difficulty to each level and allow us to balance the levels in the each chapter a little better.

With the inclusion of new collectibles, we also have some plans to super-charge the current set of green collectibles found on each level — yeah, those ones that are a pain in the ass to get. Not only will you get achievements for collecting them, but you’ll also be able to use them to purchase items from the Gravi Store. While nothing is set in stone yet, these items can range from anything like new visual flair for Gravi to game-changers like power-ups and other playable characters...even the ability to roll out as Anti-Gravi.

On top of all that, we’ll be adding more achievements that you can acquire, rewarding players for taking risks and trying out some of the harder solutions to Gravi’s puzzles.

Of course, we also want to add some highly-desired language support, and while we have translations in the works, there is significant UI (User Interface) redesign that has to take place to support a variety of languages. So when the final product is released, you will find a whole new Menu System in place as well as multiple language support.

Last, but not least, we want to provide quality support for gamepads and controllers as well as Steam’s Big Picture Mode, so we will be dedicating quite a bit of resources to ensure that Gravi supports as many controllers as possible and guarantee that the game looks spectacular in Big Picture Mode. Can anyone say Gravi on Steam Machine? Yes!”
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“Es kommt nicht oft ich ein Spiel sowohl frustrierend schwer und Spaß zur gleichen Zeit zu spielen. Aber Gravi tut genau das.”
9.5 / 13 – http://www.thirteen1.com/Issues/1313413/mag.php#34

“Gravi ist eine enge Puzzle-Platformer Erfahrung, die das Gleichgewicht der Schwierigkeit und Freude bereiten sollte.”
7.0 / 10.0 – http://www.onlysp.com/gravi-review/

“Gravi ist sicher, den Spielern, die Action und Rätseln lieben in einem netten kleinen Paket zu appellieren.”
http://pc.gameswarp.com/2013/03/30/preview-of-gravi/

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Platform Support

Released: Windows
Coming Soon: OSX & Linux

Über dieses Spiel

Gravi ist ein intensives Puzzle-Jump n Run, das Sie an Ihre Schmerzgrenze bringen wird. Schießen und schwingen Sie sich Ihren Weg als Gravi, einem liebenswerten blauen Energieball, zum Sieg.
Während Sie durch Fallen terrorisiert werden und Sie die Schwerkraft nach Ihrem Willen verändern, wird Anti-Gravi, ein atomarer Ball voll Zorn, auf Sie zurollen.

Nachdem Sie sich in einer, mit Fallen übersäten, Alientestanlage verirrt haben, müssen Sie ihren Verstand und ihre Ausdauer verwenden, um eine Reihe verwirrender Rätsel zu lösen. Auf diesem Weg werden durch allerlei Arten von Gefahren Ihre Grenzen getestet.

Holen Sie sich alle Sammlerobjekte und bekämpfen Sie Anti-Gravi auf Ihrem Weg in die Freiheit. Wenn Sie Gravi's 40 einzigartige Level überstehen und Anti-Gravi bei seinem eigenen Spiel übertreffen können, werden Sie es vielleicht sogar lebend heraus schaffen.

Systemanforderungen

    Minimum:
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 / 8
    • Prozessor: Any - 1 core and up 1.5ghz and up
    • Arbeitsspeicher: 2 GB RAM
    • Grafik: Any - Supports Direct X9 and up
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Speicherplatz: 500 MB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
    • Soundkarte: Any Sound Card Device
    Empfohlen:
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 / 8
    • Prozessor: Any - Dual Core or Quad Core 1.5ghz and up
    • Arbeitsspeicher: 4 GB RAM
    • Grafik: Any - Supports Direct X9 and up
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Speicherplatz: 500 MB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
    • Soundkarte: Any Sound Card Device
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4 von 4 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 24. Oktober 2015
Early Access-Review
Concept is alright, nothing too crazy.

Seriously let down by an overall clunkiness.
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3 von 3 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. Oktober 2015
Early Access-Review
With the tag "Puzzle/Platformer," I bought this thinking it was a game like Braid, Nihilumbria, etc., but I don't really feel like this is a "puzzle" game - it requires more action, twitch-type playstyle, with quick reaction time or you just die over and over and over until you stop playing... Sure, I know HOW to beat the level, but yea, I can't because I suck at twitchy games like this.

If you want a "Puzzle Platformer", go elsewhere, however, if you like games that are twitchy, difficult, and frustrating, you might like this game...

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1 von 4 Personen (25%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. Februar 2014
Early Access-Review
Nicht wirklich schlecht aber weiterempfehlen könnt ich es nicht...
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29 von 41 Personen (71%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. Dezember 2013
Early Access-Review
I have a bit of a bone to pick with video games that rely on ball physics. For various reasons the act of rolling a spherical object around in a digital world almost always proves extremely frustrating to me, as there is a fine line between overt realism and cartoon looseness that is often stepped over one way or the other to make for an unsatisfying experience. Gravi personifies the bulk of my gripes with this style of game, a hodgepodge of bad design decisions, uninspired art and music, and soulless level design.

Gravi functions around a core mechanic: creating temporary gravity fields which suck you toward them, by which you make your way around the levels, flipping switches, avoiding traps, and getting to the end pipe. Actually creating these fields is not nearly as intuitive as it should be however, and the controls leave a great deal on the table with regards to movement and precision (whether using a controller or keyboard and mouse). Your ball is either rolling sluggishly or far too fast and shooting gravity fields is almost trial and error like with how quickly and erratically you have to place them to survive.

This is worsened by the almost instant difficulty spike which only grows higher with each passing level. Checkpoints are placed annoyingly far apart, certain switches are timed which calls for even faster movement than usual (and yet there is no distinction between timed and normal switches), and the developers even try to work in multiplane levels (ala LittleBigPlanet) which more often than not winds up breaking and glitching you into spikes or other hazards (I also experienced at least one glitch that put me inside a piece of the environment). Some will defend these problems because the game is listed as being "Early Access", but with how long it has been available elsewhere without a beta or otherwise incomplete label, I find it rather inexcusable and just inherent to the poor design.

I played about halfway through the game before deciding to quit, and was bored well before I reached that point. The art direction is so bland and the music so generic, that the whole experience feels lifeless and disconnected. Even had the gameplay been better (or even good, which I would certainly not consider it) nothing about the way it plays or is presented is at all compelling and although I didn't expect a to actually become attached or care about a little glowing ball, I found it impossible to become even somewhat interested in anything the game offered.

Gravi is derivative, at times almost broken, and just not fun. Despite my prejudice against ball physics and games that utilize them, I feel I gave it more than a fair chance to prove me wrong, and yet all it did was further affirm my original thoughts while disappointing me all the same with its own form of mediocrity.
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18 von 24 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. Februar 2014
Early Access-Review
Avoid this game! Gravi is not really early access. The developers haven't updated any content in the game for more than a year and are entirely absent in the forums. It feels like they have given up on this game entirely.

Several things are broken in the game. 3 of the first 10 stages would not mark themselves as completed after I finished them, even after completing them several times each. Almost every level has serious bugs where you get stuck or get killed by nothing. You will need to replay most levels several times because of the bugs.

The volume control menu doesn't work and the game volume randomly changes while you play. The shrink power really doesn't respond most of the time. I dread when a level requires me to use the shrink power because I know I'll have to replay the level many times.

Playing this game felt like a chore. I cannot think of any redeeming factors, especially considering the developers abandoned the game before it was even completed.
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