After launching for PC and Mac in 2010 and leaping to numerous other platforms since then, the oddly-named platformer VVVVVV (count 'em, six V's) has made its way to Android. The game comes to us from Terry Cavanagh, the creator of Super Hexagon, and pits players in control of the poor Captain Viridian who finds himself lost in an alternate dimension. This difficult platformer tasks gamers with, as opposed to pounding on the jump button, altering the direction of gravity to navigate their way through numerous immensely dangerous levels.

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VVVVVV goes for $2.99 and doesn't contain any in-app purchases. That's right, this is a game designed and sold in a way your childhood would be proud of. And if the cost is still too steep, there's a free minigame by the name of Super Gravitron that doesn't cost a dime. Links for both are available below.