Professor Heinz Wolffs Gravity

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  •     Name: Professor Heinz Wolffs Gravity
  •     Platform: PC Torrent Games For PC
  •     Languages: Spanish
  •     Genre: Simulators
  •     Format: ISO
  •     Size: 0.11 GB
  •     Date: 07-15-2009
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  •     Quality: DVD
  •     Region: 0


Let's accept that nowadays, the players of all life have to settle for small brushstrokes of original titles and few releases of substance. The video game world is dominated by soulless shooters, hypertrophied massively multiplayer players, and casuals, who for a reason are the ones who give money to the industry.

Following in the wake of Nintendo's famous 'Touch Generations', this 'Professor Heinz Wolff's Gravity' is a job of rapid manufacturing, selling on key calendar dates and swift oblivion. It is not intended for the nephew who is a fan of platform games or for the sister addicted to the Zelda. No. This one is to deceive mothers and fathers who believe that with an NDS they are going to teach how to add 2 plus 2 to their children's ceporros. Things as they are.

Britain's Heinz Wolff, one of the fathers of bioengineering and a visible head at the European Space Commission, has lent his image for this playable monster (with ports also for Wii and PC). Using the laws of physics, we are asked to play with physics and gravity in the form of devilish puzzles, whose learning curve begins in very difficult and ends in impossible, during 100 suffocating phases.

The challenges, moving a ball from one point of the screen to another and using objects and the "real laws of physics" to achieve it, perish from an online flash game and the manufacture of the product at hand leads us to think that they have spent less than a day making the package attractive. An animated 'teacher' in shabby 3D guides us and gives us clues and soporific music accompanies each challenge.

There are no time limits or restrictions when trying out combinations: this cartridge poses puzzles and leaves you the time you want to solve them. Honestly: this editor was stuck on one of them for several days and, just before writing this review, the solution appeared before his tortured meninges. So they can see how bloody the subject is.

We have to be fair: 'Gravity' is not a Nintendo DS show, but rather a room-opener for family members in distress buying gifts on the last day. The touch screen control is hellish and hardly responds to our prompts. The graphics look like something out of a supermarket poster designer's nightmare, and the music seems to have been composed by the sedated nephew of the guy who creates the piped music for the elevators.

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