Gravity Guy 2 Review – Nothing like the original

On July 19, 2013

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Gravity Guy 2 Review – Nothing like the original

Our rating:


Version #: 1.0

Date Released: 2013-05-16

Developer: Gravity Guy 2 Support

Price: $0.99

User Rating:

A really cool concept of ‘alternating gravity’ was brought to life with the Gravity Guy game and was well accepted by the iOS community. We were expecting an improved version with Gravity Guy 2 but as it turns out, it has nothing in common with the former.

Gravity Guy 2 is not like other popular 2D platformers, either. You are an urban jumper, hopping from the top of one building to another and besides the normal jump action, the major control here, is lifting the ceiling of the skyscapers, which throws you in the air. You might want to see the screenshots below.

The name Gravity Guy 2 is just a clever marketing strategy!

Along the endless run, collect coins and gems while evading lasers, mines and furnaces. Of course, its a long fall down. Add some extra points by landing on green mats or by passing through green lasers. Use the coins to buy power-ups and better characters, which, by the way, seems to be a bit expensive.

To tell the truth, keeping aside the fact that I was tricked into buying this game, I am overall satisfied with Gravity Guy 2. It takes sometime to get used to the timing and controls, but once familiar, the game does get to you. The neon-ish environment, subtle sound effects and DJ background music surely adds to the experience.

In the end, Gravity Guy 2 is a mixed bag and I wouldn’t say that it is a must buy. But if it comes free, its surely worth the look.

Quick Take


Would I Buy Again:Yes, when it drops free

Learning Curve:Medium

Who Is It For:Casual gamers

What I Like:The graphics looks cool

What I Don't Like:The cunning name

Final Statement:Wait for it to be free

Read the Developer's Notes:


In a world where gravity laws were broken, a brave guy was held captive for rebelling and defying the rules! Being the first one ever to rise 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.


Our brave Guy now finds himself on top of towers running for his life, jumping from one platform to another, while avoiding many hazards placed across his path. Just tap the button on the right side of the screen to raise the lifts and on the left to perform a jump - which will definitely come in handy!

There are 7 different clones to be used, each with its own special abilities:
Neon, Troop, Girl, Slim, Beast, Mech and Beauty!

Collect coins and earn points in order to unlock new power slots, and level up to get bonuses. Choose the power up you want in your next level! You can use the coins to purchase the power supplies in the shop!


• Amazing retina graphics
• Simple two-button tap controls
• Interactive tutorial to learn how to play
• Game Center Leaderboards and Achievements
• Fast and fun gameplay
• 7 Different characters to choose from
• Fully stocked shop and many power ups
• Game music, which automatically switches itself off at start when playing other music on your iPod/iPhone

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From the first iPod Touch till the new iPad Mini, Roshan has loved each of his iDevices and has been busy tweaking and getting the most out of them. As a Med student from India, he splits his time between studying corpse and writing about his iOS passion. When not on the web, you could find him glued to TV Shows, movies or the bed! Recently, he has taken upon the role of an appreneur and is currently working on a revolutionary new app, Cyan for Facebook.

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