gravilon is a platformer without a jump button. There are also no enemy NPCs, no collectables, no achievements. The goal is simply to reach the end. Standing in the way of you and that end is a world frozen in stasis, its secrets locked away. The movement mechanics, though different from those found in most platformers, are simple to pick up. The levels and game mechanics are designed to encourage exploration and to allow for creative pathfinding — there is no one correct path for most levels, there is only (arguably) the fastest, most efficient route. gravilon is a quiet but atmospheric game with a story that unfolds “in the background”. The level design builds on itself so that the more you play, the more you will learn about the world and your part in that world.
You need a Core 2 Duo E4400 2.0GHz or Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4200+ processor coupled with a GeForce GT 340 to run Gravilon system requirements at recommended. You can expect to get around 60FPS at 1080p screen res on high graphics settings with this hardware. System memory for min is 1 GB. To summarise, Gravilon needs around a 9 year old PC to play at recommended settings.