App Of The Day

Our App Of The Day – No Gravity

Realtech VR, the developers of No  Gravity, has now launched the application for iOS and Android users. No  Gravity, originally released as a PSP game on the Playstation network,  is now available for iOS and Android operating system. Players will love  the fast action as they work their way through thirty-one dangerous  missions in a spaceship, in an attempt to save their people. No Gravity  has a history of being a popular favorite with PSP players.

As our App of Day, all our regular readers know the trailer for this app will feature on every page of our site for a whole day. Just scroll to the bottom of this page to take a look.




 PSP players will recognize the name of one of the Android Market and  iTunes App Store’s newest additions. No Gravity has already been a very  popular game on the Playstation Network for some time. Realtech VR has  been busy, adapting this space/action game to take advantage of HD  display and open the world of No Gravity to iOS and Android users. The  game pits the player against evil forces who have unleashed a  mind-altering sickness across thousands of colonies. It’s up to the  player to try and save people, or at least prevent more damage.

 Players have thirty-one mission levels to play, can choose from six  different spaceships and two levels of difficulty. To help in the fight,  each ship comes equipped with six weapons, everything from lasers to ion  blasters. Along the way, players will enjoy the massive explosions,  first or third person views and rewards for a job well done. No Gravity  is a very fast-paced, action packed game that is not for the weak at  heart. Good reflexes and a calm hand go a long way to helping the player  succeed.



 * Incredible, fast-paced, non-stop action
 * This is the iOS and Android version of the PSP for Playstation  favorite
 * Full frame rate
 * Massive explosions and damages
 * Play in first or third person view
 * Select from 5 characters and 5 space ships
 * Each ship available in 4 different colors
 * Choose from 6 different, awesome weapons
 * 31 mission levels to play
 * 2 difficulty modes to test a player’s skills
 * Reward system with achievements to unlock
 * Multitouch and Accelerometer
 * iOS Game Center (requires iOS 4.1 or better).
 * Google Backup Service for ‘on the cloud’ save games.
 * Support for phone and tablets (Android 2.2 support for PowerVR and  Tegra GPU, including Android 3.0 support – including Motorola Xoom ).

Pricing and Availability


No Gravity is only $2.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively  through the iTunes App Store and Android Market in the Games category.


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