Good news! Gravity is finished and released.
Jon Dutko sent me an email writing:
“It’s been a long time, man. But after months of procrastination, -Gravity- is done.
I’ve submitted it to Newgrounds. At time of writing, it isn’t getting the best scores in the portal, but that’s all right. It’s an innovative bit of ones and zeros, and, I tried. I’ve submitted it to AddictingGames, too, and, ego aside, it’ll hopefully get front page there.
I want to thank you, though. Without your help, none of this would have been possible. With your help, though, I’ve been able to submit some fairly decent material to Newgrounds. I’ve learned more Actionscript than most, and now, I can go off and make a game all my own.
It has been an honor, man. I’m including a copy of -Gravity- with this email, just in case.“
At the time I am writing this post, the game scored a 7.83/10.00 on NG that is in my opinion a very good score for a “first game ever”.
The finished game now has 5 worlds with 10 levels each.
You will find many features such as buzz saws, disappearing walls, rotating walls, pistons, plasma rays, weird gravity and so on.
I really enjoyed the game and I have to say Jon pushed himself beyond the things seen in the tutorials.
I recommend you all to give Jon feedback, just in case he was planning a Gravity 2…
Keep up the good work!