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Crazy Gravity (Windows)

Crazy Gravity Windows The shareware version of the game loads with this screen in the background behind a couple of shareware ordering panes


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The premise of Crazy Gravity is simple: The player controls a space shuttle which has the assignment to transport containers to a certain platform. The special gimmick of the game is that the space shuttle is only controlled by accelerating. It is steered left or right by turning the engine in the right direction. The gravity constantly drags the ship downwards and has to be compensated.

The game is set in an underground cave system and touching the walls means death. Several obstacles hamper the tasks: Sluices which only open in one direction, locked doors which have to be opened with the right keys, stationary weapons which shoot in a set direction and magnets which drag the ship in an unpleasant direction. The player also has to consider the fuel and the time limit. The game has 20 levels, five difficulty levels and a level editor.


Crazy Gravity Windows Landing back on the base platform with package 1
Crazy Gravity Windows Level 2 - collecting a red key. At the top of the screen, set into the wall, is a fan that can blow the ship off course. There are also magnets, gates, cannons etc
Crazy Gravity Windows A password is supplied at the end of each level. This is needed to unlock the next level
Crazy Gravity Windows The demo mode shows how its done. There are the two packages to be transported. The ship has just landed.

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Patrick Bregger (118266) added Crazy Gravity (Windows) on Jun 18, 2009