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Orangre Gravity 2: Level Pack

DoraTommycred serves up another batch of vitamin C-infused, gravity-warping physics puzzling with Orange Gravity 2: Level Pack, which is, as you may cleverly have deduced, a pack of levels for Orange Gravity 2. Your happy smiling orange avatar needs to get all the fruit on each level and then reach the exit without falling offscreen or touching hazards like sopikes. Of course, being an orange and lacking arms or legs, it can't get around on its own, so it needs to be tethered to objects to move around safely, some of which can impact your orange's gravity in different ways, or move it in different fashions.

Orange Gravity 2: Level PackJust click and swipe to cut through the tether, and the orange will attach itself to whatever it can as it passes by in the direction its facing, reversing direction according to the directional arrow on any attached object. Follow the onscreen mouse motions diagrammed around each object to figure out what each one does and how you can use it to your advantage. Since the game sort of assumes you're familiar with the controls and concepts already, the levels become tricky fairly quickly. The puzzle stages are by far the most enjoyable, forcing you to think through what are often sneakily simple looking layouts and pay close attention to what everything does. In a way, the game might almost be better without the hazards at all, since the challenge from the puzzle aspects is more than sufficient, and frankly more satisfying than carefully and slowly edging your fruit past a row of spikes. If you've already played Orange Gravity 2, you won't see anything new here, but it will provide more thoughtful challenges for a quick break of gaming that'll keep you from getting scurvy to boot.

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Username March 18, 2013 4:21 PM

Level 6?

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Is it just me and my mouse, or do the tractor beams only work half the times you click them?

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Level 6 .. click the right arrow, reel out the rope, click the down arrow to get two fruits, click the left arrow to get the last fruit. Reel in. Drop down. Reel out top rope. Cut bottom rope.

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