Gravity Project Review: Tron Meets Temple Run (Video)
If you’re looking for a solid Temple Run clone, that may actually end up being more fun than the original, Gravity Project is it. We tested it on the HTC One V and came out impressed, especially by the speed and futuristic feeling of the title.
Offered by Alper Sarikaya, the game is a continuous running title, that requires you to slide under obstacles, run on walls, run normally or sideways or jump over obstacles. The controls simply involve swiping the screen and very good reflexes. Gravity Project requires Android 2.1 and up, it’s free and takes up 23 MB of space. This is a 3D running game with a space station as background, but also several other sci-fi areas to unlock.
Physics are great, the gameplay becomes faster later on, there are lasers to avoid and even some pickups. Character animations are realistic and the gravity is also pretty realistic. The design of the maps and levels is pretty smart and bonus features are also offered in the game. You can download it from here and we give the game an 8 out of 10.