Homebrew coder ThatOtherPerson has released a new version of Gravity Glide, a unique homebrew app/game for the Wii.
It is more of a toy then a game. You create areas of momentum to move things with. Just move your mouse over the canvas to light up parts of it which will attract the floating blocks. Use the wiimote to aim, the A button to pull things in and the B button to push.
I added "multiplayer" support so you can now use 4 wiimotes at a time. I added background music (White Cube Art Noise by essesq). Increased the number of gliders to 1000. Made them bounce when they hit the borders. I even improved performance.
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