Defy Gravity er et action-platformsspil, som er en kombination af klassisk platforming og tyngdekraftsbaserede gåder.
Brugeranmeldelser: Meget positive (7,981 anmeldelser) - 87% af de 7,981 brugeranmeldelser for dette spil er positive.
Udgivelsesdato: 25. jul 2011

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“I would highly recommend this game to any fan of Portal, Braid, or Mega Man as well as platformer/puzzle fans.”
9/10 – The Geeks FTW
“The unique blend of gravity puzzles, old school platforming, and devilishly difficult let-me-try-that-just-one-more-time gameplay it offers that make it a worthy investment for five of your gaming dollars.”
4/5 – Evil Avatar

Om dette spil

Defy Gravity is an action platformer that is a mix between classic platforming and gravity based puzzle solving. Kara, our heroine, has access to a unique gameplay mechanic that she uses to manipulate the world around her. She has a gun that is able to alter the laws of physics through the creation of pockets of gravity and anti-gravity. By mastering the use of these abilities Kara is able to augment her jump in order to almost fly past obstacles. These powers can also be utilized to move objects that block her path and platforms that Kara stands on in order to traverse the levels.

Key Features:

  • Unique physics engine that provides a never before experienced gameplay experience.
  • Xbox controller and keyboard/mouse support
  • 24 unique levels
  • A second quest mode that radically changes the game and adds an additional 24 levels
  • Custom Soundtrack
  • 8 Steam Achievements

Systemkrav

    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: 1.5Ghz
    • Memory: 512Mb
    • Hard Disk Space: 50Mb
    • Video Card: 128 MB Graphics Card that supports Shader Model 1.1
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
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6.9 timer bogført
Indsendt: 8. januar
Overview
Defy Gravity Extended is a small game, with only a few tricks, but does it very well. It lacks the flair of a quality game, but once you go in and try it, it certainly redeems itself. In this game, you play as a spacesuit wearing gravitymancer trying to pass the gauntlet. You are equipped with a gravity gun (not the HL type!) and have to traverse many levels to prove your worth!

The Pros:
  • Simple Concept - If you can make a simple game fun, you have succeeded as a developer. The game mechanics are very simple. You move about, and create two types of "portals". One that has a strong gravitational pull and one that repels objects. You can also activate a shield around you that negates any gravity effects. Leaving breaking the laws of physics aside, you must combine these simple actions in order to get yourself to the exit.

  • Good Level Design - I'm not talking about the aesthetics, of course! I'm referring to the level layout, the challenges you face, their diversity, their difficulty. It impressed me how challenging this game became in later levels, without repeating itself throughout. The levels are many times relying on sinusoidal patterns and geometric arrays of projectiles!

  • Challenging - The levels begin increasingly harder, and some are outright stressful. If you are looking for something to test your skill and patience with, you've come to the right place!

  • Good Music - The background music is a nice relaxing tune that suits the space environment we are supposed to be in. Really helps ease out the stress from those hard levels.

  • Cheap - The game is 0.99€ at normal price and can go all the way down to 0.09€ when on sale. So, just give it a try, it will cost you basically nothing. (Not to mention it has Steam Trading Cards)

  • Achivements! - Few achievements, only requirement is passing the game. Sounds easy, huh? It's not, but good luck, hunters!

The Cons:
  • Ugly Visuals - The textures aren't eye candy and everything is flat and pixelated. While I'm not saying a game is good if it looks good, it wouldn't hurt getting a little face lift every now and then.

  • Shabby Animations - The animations are barely existent, sometimes movement may seem plastic, especially the way your character tilts its body when looking at the cursor.

Conclusion:
Defy Gravity Extended is certainly not a game for everyone, so if you don't like skill-based platformers with minimal controls, then look elsewhere. If however, you like that sort of thing and still have the pocket change from grocery shopping, then consider giving it a go!

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15 af 19 brugere (79%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
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1.5 timer bogført
Indsendt: 31. oktober 2015
Defy Gravity Extended it's an indie game based in physics / gravity laws. It could looks like a horrible game.

I mean art and animations are simple and it can feels empty, otherwise it's too challenging.

You can feel that it's a 2D version of "Portal", you have a gun that has two functions, repel and attract.

Something that i loved in this game was the relaxing background music that makes you relax during stressful levels.

It has enough good levels and after finish it the nightmare haven't finished yet, you have to complete it twice in order to get all achievements, something that will make you rage.

It's always on discount (95% off i guess), so if your style it's the challenges you can give it a chance.

7.5 / 10

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4.5 timer bogført
Indsendt: 8. december 2015
Hey! I know most of you already have this game, because it gets so damn cheap, considering the card prices, it even had effectively negative prices in the past.

So, this review is not to make you buy this overlooked gem. It is to make you play it.

First, who is the targeted audience here? If you liked, Rochard or Outland or any other puzzle platformer, you will feel like at home here. I know most of the reviewers really like using shortcut of, "Yes, this is puzzle, and the most commonly loved puzzle game around is Portal, so I will just call this Portal in 2d AND space AND gravity guns rather than portal guns AND without an actual story AND heavily amateurish -or indie- AND with some minor bugs making controls a bit harder AND....

As you can see if you say this game is similar to some other with some exceptions, but if number of these exceptions are more than 5, actually your so called similarity does not convey any information at all. So, I will just skip calling this "2D PORTAL game" even though I agree that it sounds catchy. It is not similar to that game. And btw, if the idea of 2d Portal sounds enticing to you, here is the original Portal game that started it all: http://armorgames.com/play/107/portal-the-flash-version

This game is a puzzle game. You use a gravity gun whose stationary bullets move you towards it, and another one whose bullets repel you. You also have a shield, causing you not to be affected by those effects. You can just use once for each type, until your feet touches the ground. You use these mechanics, together with momentum to overcome some obstacles, reach some high places which is not obvious how to reach. Levels get progressively harder, introduces some enemies, some hazards, and new tools like free to move platforms, vanishing platforms etc to increase the complexity a bit.

I really liked playing through it. The most used "tactics" is same for many puzzles, put an attractor, jump to it, put a repeller behind, cancel attractor then you are flying ahead. Of course there are some others, and even using when to use that changes from puzzle to puzzle, and in the later levels, choosing where to put starting attractor also becomes a part of the question. But still, if this game was longer, it would be prone to become a chore. In current case, it introduces the mechanics, uses them all, tests whether you are really able to use all, and says farewell before giving you a chance to get bored.

I have one minor and one more minor negative. First, minor one. Even though I can feel the effort put for attracting and repelling mechanisms, they dont work in a predetermined way. Sometimes you perfectly know what to do, still a milimetrical wrong placement of the "bullet" destroys your strategy. Not being able to assign moves from before hand, together with general difficulty of placement of "bullet"s midfly, helps the feeling of glitchiness. I think there is no glitch here, only some calculations is not smoothed out. Really really really minor mistakes, even the ones that is not visible to the eye can cause to death.

More minor one: In the last level, checkpoint placement sucks. I had to read through all of the Credits 50 times before finishing it. For the first 5 times, I thought "Wow! Such a nice idea to implement credits here!" Nearing the end, my thought was like this: "These ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥s are stealing my precious seconds again."

If you can oversee some minor problems with games like these, you will enjoy the effort and thought put here. There is also an extra "New Game+"like mode, supposedly taking the option of attractors out, but I did not try it, so I cant comment on it. From what I have played though, I know that you will enjoy "Aha!" moments, and succeeding "Finally nailed it" moments. Not expect a perfect platformer or a hardest puzzle ever though. It is mediocre at both of these.

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Indsendt: 20. december 2015
Defy Gravity Extended is a very nice and short game that will satisfy anyone who has had enough of mindless shootings. The biggest asset is obviously the freedom to choose while solving puzzles and a feeling that the laws of physics are at our mercy. The graphics and music are perfectly matched. Everything is in its place and a pleasure for both the eye and the ear. So take a gun in hand and ... go right? Yes. It's just a simple, small, modest low-budget minigame.
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2.8 timer bogført
Indsendt: 12. oktober 2015
The name itself explains it. Its fun and you earn profit. Double win.
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