Wira & Taksa Against the Master of Gravity is a video game mixing platforming action and puzzle solving with the special feature of combining the gravities of the universe.
Levels aren’t easy to get through since the universe is made by traps, enemies and many jigsaws. For this reason, the game is designed so you can complete it using the two character (Wira and Taksa).
If you use both characters balancedly, the player will be capable of going through each level and free the pacific planet Nun from the spell of the mischievous Master of Gravity.
Wira & Taksa Against the Master of Gravity is played in an orthogonal perspective but it’s entirely built in 3D. Each level contains parts which turn 90 degrees to the right so players can discover and explore new areas hidden at first sight.
In spite of the fact that Wira & Taksa Against the Master of Gravity is localized in English and Spanish, all the voices are spoken in Quechua.
In the frame of its development and due to the inverted gravity mechanics, Wira & Taksa Against the Master of Gravity has been selected as one of the inputs of a scientific study which investigates the neuronal mechanisms in the process of learning run by the cognitive neuroscience investigator MD David del Rosario.