Wonder Gravity To End Service By The End Of August

By Alistair Wong . July 2, 2019 . 9:45am

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Wonder Gravity ~The Pino and the Gravity User~ only came out on April 1, 2019, but Sega announced today that the game is set to end service on August 30, 2019, just four months after launch.

 

As is the case behind many of these shutdowns, although the team behind the game has been working hard to improve the systems and events, it ended up being decided that it would be difficult to provide a satisfying gameplay service, leading to the decision.

 

The story will continue to be updated, and while the Apple Gem gacha currency will become unpurchasable after July 2, 2019, the service will keep running until August 30, 2019.

 

Wonder Gravity is set in a world with no land or ocean, and humans live with a tiny race known as the Pino. Humans become “Gravity Users” by simply eating the fruit of Pino. When protagonist Hugo gets a message from his father to find his way to “Endroll”, he teams up with a Pino named Neil to become a Gravity User himself, and beat everyone else to the fabled “bottom of the world”.

 

The game features a “Drive Lane Battle” system that uses characters and lanes in battle, which allows for a player to incorporate their own strategies into the game. One of the selling points of the game was a story written by Yasuko Kobayashi, who has written stories for Kamen Rider Den-O, Samurai Sentai Shinkenger, and more.

 

Wonder Gravity is available for iOS and Android, but will end service on August 30, 2019.


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