DS #3089: Professor Heinz Wolffs Gravity (Europe)

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  1. Tempbot
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  2. tinymonkeyt

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    o.O
    we learn about.. gravity?
     
  3. martin88

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    (PC Version)

    Looks fun.
     
  4. GeekyGuy

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    A lot of folks seem to be jumping on the physics-game bandwagon lately. This is like the fourth game of this type we've seen in the last couple of months -- all pretty much based on that one homebrew that came out some time back. I just wish they'd tinker around more, now that they seem to understand how to make physics on DS that is this playful. Maybe something like Pain from a side-scrolling perspective.
     
  5. dipper145

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    the pc version video is making me go and try this out, looks interesting, kind of like similar games that have recently come out. I just beat crazy machines, so this will replace that.
     
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    Mind you, this game isn't about just any ordinary gravity, it's heinz wolffs very own gravity!
    (It's not very strong, but stil...)
    And judging by the flawless beauty of the cover photography, he wants to kill Snow White, too.
    Go for it, Professor.
     
  7. Donato_Dobango

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    I'm showing the rom as 16 megs, not 128 megs, if anyone was slim on space and size matters to them.
     
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    16 MByte (*8) = 128 MBit [​IMG]
     
  9. MegaAce™

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    its multi5

    yeah and it looks like the pc version [​IMG]
     
  10. cutterjohn

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    Reminds me of pocketphysics, but with an artist and some sort of actual game attached to it...
     
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    I can mess a lot with this game:P
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
     
  12. Just Joe

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    Hands off Wolffy! That gravity's mine! I saw it first.

    Although I prefer the theory of Intelligent Falling, which I believe should have equal standing in our science classrooms today.

    As for the game, it's fun. If you liked CM and MM on the DS then you'll like this as well, although if it's your first time playing this type of game I'd go with Crazy Machines first.
     
  13. Trulen

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    Tried the PC demo. Was fun and quite clever!


    I commend any 3-year old who can get past stage 5.
     
  14. V!olaPlayer

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    That makes sense, but so does gravity and whatnot, hehe.

    Off to play this game. [​IMG]
     
  15. GreenBanana

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    Is there a lot of ketchup and lycanthropy in this game?

    A question pertaining to the box art: Is there a single-word name for his hair style where he's bald but has the goofy poofy hair around the sides of his head? It's so cartoonish and iconic of the "goofy professor" archetype.
     
  16. berlinka

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    Yeah, the Prodigy-look...

    [​IMG]
     
  17. pugmalion1

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    Perhaps the "Costanza"?
     
  18. stonefry

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    It's just as strong, there just isn't as much of it.
     
  19. skawo96

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    The profosor is [​IMG] y