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Gravi es un rompecabezas de plataforma que examinará tu tolerancia del dolor. Dispara y columpia hacia la victoria como Gravi, una pelota de energía adorable. Mientras te lanzas por trampas terroríficas y modificando la gravedad a tu dispocición, Anti-Gravi, una bola atómica de furia, te persigue hasta tu posición.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 8 de Oct, 2013
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Lo que dicen los desarrolladores:

“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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Patch Update

6 de Septiembre

Hello Gravi-tier's,

It has been almost 10 months since I posted an update to you and for that I really appologize.

Our Gravi project has not progressed nearly as fast as we wanted. There is a lot of refactor that we have been involved with and there are a lot of issues with the game to address. We are aware of them and we do have the intention of fixing them.

Before I give you a full status update, I would like the opportunity to plead our case with all of you and hopefully you will have a better understanding of why the updates are taking so long.

Belive it or not, Gravi cost us roughly $60-70k to build. We had about 7 people working here at HBG at the time and while we were not paying anything near industry standard, it was still a fairly high burn rate and over the course of 7 months we spend about that amount. Gravi, thanks to all of you made some monies back, roughly about $7,500 on steam + some money from bundles which was about equal to steam sales. So in total we really only made back about $15k of our initial investment.

We had no other choice but to slow down on development of Gravi after we had re-invested the 15k into the game. We are down to a staff of 3, and we've been forced to take on other contract work in order to keep HBG alive.

What this means for you all, is that the updates that are coming , sadly, are just going to take a really long time. We have really good intentions, but without funds to keep HBG alive, we have to lay Gravi aside to priority & paying work. Sometimes this is contract work, sometimes it is going to be another game to help keep a revenue stream coming into HBG.

As for an actual update.
* Code refactor ( in progress)
* Gamepad Support fixes ( Complete )
* Replace new boss encounters with a much better experience. ( in progress )
* Fix flying through walls. ( fixed .. i think??? )

We have a list of about 85 bugs, some are fixed .. most are not.


Regarless of my & our excuses, we will be continuing this project and we will see it through. I hope you all can understand our situation and we aim to be more communicative with you all in the future. As always you can send an email to services@hashbanggames.com and we will respond promptly as always.

Thank you so much for your support & patiences!

HBT Team

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“No es frecuente que encuentro un tanto frustrante juego duro y divertido de jugar al mismo tiempo. Pero Gravi hace exactamente eso”
9.5 / 13 – http://www.thirteen1.com/Issues/1313413/mag.php#34

“Gravi es una experiencia de juego fantástico apretado que debe proporcionar el equilibrio de dificultad y placer.”
7.0 / 10.0 – http://www.onlysp.com/gravi-review/

“Gravi es seguro para atraer a los jugadores a quienes les gusta la acción y puzzles en un pequeño paquete.”
http://pc.gameswarp.com/2013/03/30/preview-of-gravi/

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Platform Support

Released: Windows
Coming Soon: OSX & Linux

Acerca del juego

Gravi es un rompecabezas de plataforma que examinará tu tolerancia del dolor. Dispara y columpia hacia la victoria como Gravi, una pelota de energía adorable. Mientras te lanzas por trampas terroríficas y modificando la gravedad a tu dispocición, Anti-Gravi, una bola atómica de furia, te persigue hasta tu posición.

Después de perderte en el estómago lleno de trampas ridículas, debes utilizar tu ingenio y perseverancia para resolver una serie de acertijos. A travez de esto, tus limites serán puesto en juego por varios peligros.

Recoje coleccionables y pelea contra Anti-Gravi durante tu camino a la victoria. Si puedes sobrevivir los 40 niveles únicos que contiene Gravi y ganarle a Anti-Gravi en su propio juego, debes salir con vida.

Requisitos del sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 / 8
    • Processor: Any - 1 core and up 1.5ghz and up
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Any - Supports Direct X9 and up
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 500 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any Sound Card Device
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 / 8
    • Processor: Any - Dual Core or Quad Core 1.5ghz and up
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Any - Supports Direct X9 and up
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Hard Drive: 500 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any Sound Card Device
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A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Análisis de acceso anticipado
Para sobrevivir a este juego tienes que tener un poco de habilidad, pero sobre todo mucha suerte.
Controlar al personaje, o al menos intentarlo, es casi imposible.
Gira y gira, y flota, para un lado y para otro.
Desesperante.
Jugabilidad nefasta.

La música... repetitiva y machacona hasta el límite.
Los gráficos no son nada especial, pero son pasables.


Además, tiene bastantes fallos de programación como saltos al escritorio... y volver a empezar.
Lo peor de todo es que se supone que está en acceso anticipado, pero de los desarrolladores no hay noticias desde hace un año.
Se han evaporado.
Publicado: 13 de Agosto
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A 4 de 4 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Análisis de acceso anticipado
After reading bad reviews i decided to take a closer look at this game. now after less than two hours and 40%+ complete i must say it's time to say a few words about the game.

Game works well technically. It has not crashed yet and game pad works just fine.

Game character rolls around very loosely but i dont see that as a bug. i think it's designed this way to force the player to balance your gravi all the time near edges. See those curved slopes with spikes at either the top and maybe a flame at the bottom? Coincidence for sure.

Menus look goofy with their cartoonish looks but i dont see any more need to spill more ink about that. They work and thats it.

Not much backstory. Who or what is this anti-gravi seen in the pics?

Biggest problem i see with this game is that it has painted itself into a game genre niche corner of a sorts: the only people i can recommend this are people who have beaten Super Meat Boy and are looking for a challenge. If you are new to this genre then this game is not a very good starting point. Not as polished as SMB and not as fun as Escape Goat.

It is pointless to bash this game for what it represents. it is quite simple with limited content, maschocistic as hell and you need good pain tolerance and good nerves to proceed in the levels. But so are the much better known SMB and others.

I had some fun with this - but now i must probably rest as the game pad will probably be smashed into the wall soon next to the pulp formerly known as Meat Boy. I'll give this a careful thumbs up since the game is just fine and the buyer really needs to understand that this game is not casual in any way. It is just as hardcore as it's predecessors in the genre. Game is also often found in bundles and sales so it's unlikely that you will pay too much for this.
Publicado: 18 de Septiembre
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A 7 de 11 personas (64%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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This game is just awful. I played through the first 20 levels in about 30 minutes before I couldn't take any more. And I'm a completionist who hates leaving games unfinished.
First off, the in-game graphics are bad, it's hard to see what things are, or which way the blue and red streams are flowing (it's not always the same way)
The controls are terrible and very floaty. The acceleration of your Gravi is already very tempermental (moving one platform at a time to avoid spikes is nearly impossible, and the fact that it changes a lot more (read: becomes worse) when you shoot your matter out, makes attempting complex series of moves in a time limit (like after hitting a switch) terribly frustrating.
The menu screens are also poorly designed. I understand you want to keep the mechanical aesthetic, but when I can't figure out where the buttons are to change screens or close something, you have a usability problem.
And the whole trailer shows of an Anti-Gravi? At what point does that show up? Is there a story? Why am I moving this guy around these ridiculous trap-laden areas.

Thankfully I got this with a bundle of other games. But I wouldn't recommend spending any time on it even if it were free.
Publicado: 18 de Mayo
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I managed to get stuck 5 times in the first minute I played this game. Add a not-working "retract" option and status text that go offscreen, you've got an unplayable game. Pity, it looked fun.
Publicado: 23 de Junio
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Awful, just glad I got it in a bundle and only lost out on a dollar or so. I like tough games, I don't mind being frustrated by a game that is well made and requires skill. This... is not one of those games. If you're looking for a Meat Boy or Mr. Bree like experience then keep on walking.

Gravi, the blue thing that is supposed to be the main character is lifeless and uninteresting. The controls are as loose as possible and worse yet, tapping in a direction will randomly yield nary more than a nudge or you'll shoot off like a rocket. Adding to this problem is that the ball never comes to a rest. So be prepared to roll into spikes or lava or be electrocuted at any and all times.

Level designs are just god awful. Incredibly generic and lacking in any sort of diversity to tell one apart from another.
Publicado: 28 de Junio
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