Gravitarium is not, actually, a game: it’s a design challenge and a challenge to your sanity. I feel like a crazy person trying to put order into chaos.
So, how do you play it? You start with chaos. A lot of things, small things, wandering around the screen. And once you touch the screen, the little creatures (I know, I know, but you really feel they are alive) come to your touch. And if you add another finger to the screen, the start moving around from touch to touch. You can use up to 4 fingers (didn’t really make anything with 5, though you might be able to).
Now, start moving your fingers across the screen and you will create stunning graphics, stunning moving pictures. I remembered I once saw a documentary on the luminous little beings in the see and it’s the same feeling you have when you see people swimming through them (I don’t know the English name of the damn sea fireflies :D
Well, I downloaded the game without expecting to much from it, but since it’s made by a Romanian guy and it was recommended by my girlfriend I thought (read had to!!!) give it a try! And 30 minutes later I was still trying it :)
The game will set you back about $2, but it’s fun and it’s worth trying. I don’t know if it’s available for Android, I played it on iOS.
Later update: more details on the game here. Even better, there’s a video below showing the gameplay :)
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