Gravity Hop is a challenging, fast-paced, arcade casual game. You are the Commander of a spaceship out on a mission in deep space. When the spaceship gets hit and loses most of its systems, you are left to fend for yourself. With the help of the crew – Emma and Jim, you embark on a mission to get back home using gravity.
● EASY CONTROLS. One tap mechanics.
● SKILL GAME. Improve playing skills as you play.
● CAMPAIGN. A full engrossing story that will gradually introduce you to the Gravity Hop world.
● CHALLENGES. Challenging levels with increased difficulty.
● POWER-UPS. Use unique power-ups to overcome hard challenges.
● UPGRADE your spaceship and power-ups.
● LOTS OF LEVELS. Play hundreds of levels with more added in regular updates.
● LEADERBOARDS. Prove who is the best in the world on the global leaderboards.
● FREE to download! — Gravity Hop is completely free to play. There are optional in-app purchases available, but these are not required.
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