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Nov 18, 2010 | 6:59 PM EST

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Suicidal 10 Points Restart 100 times in one level
Hardcore skillz 25 Points Beat level 18
Escape 50 Points Beat the game
Speed-demon 100 Points Beat the game in one session in under 20 minutes
Still Alive 100 Points Beat the game in one session without dying or restarting
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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 4 / 5 stars

Is anyone else getting tired of this?

It seems like everyday, a quirky indie game that takes place in a lonely laboratory gets made. Only one gameplay concept is introduced and they milk it out for as long as they can before the game ends. Then the developer decides to hit us with some "black humor" or else the player has no reason to play because they're already bored out of their mind. This simple game formula created by Portal seems to be getting overused and is doing for puzzle games what space marines did for shooters. You get an 8 because you obviously put hard work into this, but maybe you could add different gameplay mechanics along with this one to have a more complete game. Variety is the spice of life.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

good entrataining game.

You have a fresh idea and your imagination did a pretty good job creating it the voice acting was funny and almost couldn't understanding. You got a solid creative game, and it deserved to be in the front page for every reason.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Online Puzzler Shames Console Games: At Last

Puzzle games are naturally inventive -- at least, good ones are. But this one kicks the inventiveness (and the gravity) up a notch (or down, or left or right, depending on where you need to go). Games on the internet might never be the same.

But why? It's just a basic platformer, right? Use the arrows, go around, solve puzzles. I mean, this stuff is boring compared to "real" games that copy off of Mario.... one might think.

But the atmosphere it creates, with the lack of scenery and a creepy girl voice explaining the game to you, make this a stand out in and of itself. In fact the music is so much a part of the atmosphere that it may not stand out for a good bit of the game, but when it does everything will click and you'll exclaim, "Wow."

The game itself is very remeniscent of Portal: The Flash Version in that it's simple enough for newcomers, but complicated enough to tease the minds of those who so wish to complete the game. As you have to struggle (endlessly, angrily) to solve each puzzle with the built-in environments, your character comes that much closer to escaping the premises (which along with the lone girl voice-over adds much to the Portal comparison).

But this game is its own game, on its own system, made in its own style. That it's only made in Flash is an achievement that should (and rightfully so!) make big-name video game producers feel awful. Why can't they put this much effort and creativity into their puzzle games that for one reason or another all blend together, or simply rehash the same platformer with a new name? For shame!'s hoping we get a 3D version of this game for consoles.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game!

Wonderful, I really like it although I can't get past lvl 35! It seems impossible, I see no exits from that pit of death!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good portal-themed game

I liked the basics of the game, but levels 19/20 were FAR too hard compared to the other levels! The difficulty curve was rather out of whack as once you were past those two the levels were very easy! That's not to say you should make harder levels, just that the timings of 19/20 were a bit aggravating since you didn't know where the cube was going to go until it went there and killed you the first time.

Perhaps have some marks showing where the moving platforms will go?