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Gravity Arrows is a puzzle platformer made for GBJAM 7.
Submitted by rob1221 (@Rob1221dev) — 10 hours, 19 minutes before the deadline
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Ranked from 12 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Really cool gravity mechanic! That's really fun!

I was surprised sometimes because I didn't thought reversing gravity would actually help me solve the puzzle. This is really great to give motivations to players.

Great job!


This is really nice! I agree that the directions are a little disorienting because they're relative to the character rather than the player. 

The level design is really good!


I can't complete this level:

Not sure how many I cleared, maybe 8? I like this kind of game that makes you think.

The controls could be better, they are very sensitive. But, i like it. Good job!


After hitting that up arrow you can push the ice block to the left and jump on it to reach the top left section.

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I've capture screenshot at bad moment. xD

I took the two boxes to the bottom right, one was in the gap and the other tried to use to go through the 2nd door, but I failed :(


Gravity needs to be to the right to get to the bottom left area.


I loved these puzzles! And I like the clean aesthetic too.

I started having a few problems when the second type of box appeared and sometimes I wanted to jump over them, but the ceiling was too low and I would end up pushing them by accident. The puzzles were the highlight for me, I love this kind of game. Reminded me of VVVVV


Fun little game :) Altough I'm not so much into puzzle games...


Not a new concept, but very well executed! It's nice puzzle game! Well done!

PS: Feel free to try my game out! Cheers!


Great mechanics!


Cute and fun little puzzles. I feel that having the movement controls set relative to the players gravity rather than being a universal movement scheme is a tad bit disorienting. 


I agree but also think that the creator should implement some kind of coyote movement. I have fallen off so many times even though I feel like I pressed the button :( Otherwise it is a good concept and the puzzles are nice