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Action - Platformer - Puzzle

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Nov 18, 2010 | 6:59 PM EST

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Author Comments

Welcome to Gravinaytor, the world where anything possible, is possible. Retro Platformer + Modern Mechanics + Gravity Physics = GRAVINAYTOR. You wake up in a laboratory and have no idea where you are. As you start to question why you are here, a young girl somewhere in the lab calls you, and gives you guidance. You start to travel through the laboratory, in search of a way out.

Each level has a unique twist on the gravity arrow mechanic. No levels require guesswork, just platforming ability and good use of the mechanic.

-Over 60 lines of cute yet scary voice acting!
-Over 35 Levels with to provide a unique platforming and puzzle solving experience!
-Levels don't require guesswork, all of it is built off of the core gravity mechanic!
-Gorgeous pixel art!
-Retro platforming with a twist
-More than just a platformer! Levels make you think!

Thanks to some people who helped make this release happen:
Tom Fulp (For buying a license)
Mike (NG API Support)
Some Musician

If you love the game and want to show some support, buy a poster over here: naytor/merch

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If you wrote the music for this game, please PM me so I can add you. I'm sorry, but I lost the audio portal ID of the song :(

Inspirational Games: Portal (Valve), That Gravity Game (Juice-Tin), Super Meat Boy (Edmund M)

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


The controls are too slippery and often times the spikes are used to make the levels more difficult instead of just telling you where not to jump. Bad.

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

that was a gravity

but I still have I playing games


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Its ok, could use improvement

First off, I found the little girls voice just annoying. It doesn't seem eerily creepy or anything like that, it really just sounds like shes a dumb small child. The game itself isn't exactly anything new; platformers have been around for quite a long time and so has the gravity aspect of it, actually the gravity aspect of platformers has been so overused its became boring now. The game itself is ok, though from reading the description I got kind of excited thinking this was going to be a brilliant game (Nothing wrong with making your game sound good, it just ended up disappointing me a lot). With a lot of the puzzles its basically just run in and the gravity will fling you around automatically and make you solve it. And then there were those that were the complete opposite, where if you messed up once in a large puzzle then the whole thing had to be redone. There needs to be a medium between these; I have no problem with difficult levels but it gets annoying when you have to repeat a level numerous times and do the same thing because you mess up at once small part. Personally I think the levels that have a lot of content in them and have the potential of having to be restarted if you mess up at one part should be broken down into smaller ones, so players don't get annoyed with repeating the same thing over and over again. All in all an ok game that needs some work, but the idea and the game itself is nothing special.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars


Seriously. games ain't just a question of momentum and repetition. i had the feeling i was playing to these old 1990 platforms again. for the hard part, not for the graphics (they were better in the 90's, its intentional, i know). Someone said this game gave him the feeling he wanted to hit a puppy in the face... I'd put the puppy in a shredder.
Still it has a public for it... Maybe masochists that love to repeat again and again the same level until they can say: "i did it!"
Good games are also stories, graphic works, that expand your knowledge, reflexes and imagination. This game doesn't do these really well.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Really good!

Not exactly the most original ideam bit still one of the best uses of it. One of the best gravity puzzle platformers I have played, movement was very smoothe and easy, puzzles were fairly challenging and fun. The voice did get a little annoying though...

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