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Gravity Force is a game of dexterity. Your task is to pilot a small spaceship through a series of mazes and collect various cargo containers on your way. Your spaceship obeys the laws of gravity. You have to use a single thruster to avoid collision with walls or the ground. Various types of enemies will try to hinder your cargo salvage missions.

The single player part of the game consists of a total of 49 mazes. After each five successfully finished levels you will receive a password that allows you to choose the corresponding level as your starting point in the main menu. The ten highest scores achieved will be permanently saved on disk.

There are three other game modes available: Race, Two Pilot Race and Dogfight.
  • In Race mode you can choose one of 10 available tracks and try to achieve the best times. You'll have to avoid obstacles similar to the ones found in the single player mission mode, and a crash means that the race is over. If you succeed in achieving a track record it will be saved permanently also.
  • Two Pilot Race offers three different tracks. The screen is splitted into two parts. Your only task is to reach the finish line before your opponent. If you crash you'll be respawned at the starting point.
  • Dogfight offers two tracks where you can fight against another player.


Gravity Force Amiga Main menu
Gravity Force Amiga Starting level
Gravity Force Amiga Title picture
Gravity Force Amiga Enemy is destroyed

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Power Play Apr, 1989 72 out of 100 72
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Apr, 1989 8.2 out of 12 68


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Freeware release

With Kingsoft unable to make any copyright claims, the original author of Gravity Force, Stephan Wenzler, released an updated version as freeware in 1999. The freeware version is patched so that it runs on modern, accelerated Amigas, unlike the original version which was hard-coded for the Amiga 500.

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Rebound Boy (19539) added Gravity Force (Amiga) on Jan 06, 2003
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