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Race for Your Life Across City Skyscapes in Gravity Guy 2

Welcome to the future…a time and place where people have been cloned in order to participate in races across city skyscapes. As one of the clones you have little choice but to race so that you can survive, otherwise you get replaced! Can you successfully navigate this ‘endless runner’ platform game and live to see another day or is your time up?

Story Background

In a world where gravity laws were broken, a brave guy was held captive for rebelling and defying the rules! Being the first one to ever rise up against the system, he found himself in danger, and in need to run for his life.

However, after being relentlessly chased down by the Gravity Troops, our hero was finally captured and beamed up to a space ship, only to find a terrifying truth: they were going to clone him.

As an evil plan to organize dangerous races across Gravity Guy’s once free world, his DNA was collected and the cloning process began. Along with our hero, other inhabitants were also cloned, so that every time someone loses, the race can be restarted.

Game Play

The game will start off with a tutorial to help you get acclimated to the game’s controls along with getting a feel for the timing when using them. If you decide that you want to try the tutorial again, it can be found under Options.

And the great run to survive has begun…

Once you get going the pace is hectic, so be prepared to make split-second moves at a moment’s notice! Good luck and have fun!

The following video provides an excellent look at what game play is like in Gravity Guy 2.

Price: 0.99 (U.S.) iTunes App Store, 2.99 (U.S.) Windows Phone Store

Gravity Guy 2 [iTunes App Store]

Gravity Guy 2 [Windows Phone Store]

Gravity Guy 2 Homepage

Gravity Guy 2 – iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad – Gameplay [YouTube]

Akemi Iwaya is a devoted Mozilla Firefox user who enjoys working with multiple browsers and occasionally dabbling with Linux. She also loves reading fantasy and sci-fi stories as well as playing "old school" role-playing games. You can visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 05/24/13

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