Professor Heinz Wolff and publisher Deep Silver brought us the joy of science in late 2008 with the release of this title on Nintendo DS. Now here's your chance to mess with gravity on the big screen in a point-and-shake style with the Nintendo Wii version.
Professor Heinz Wolff's Gravity's main task comes in the form of 100 levels within which you have to use the wonders of physics (with help from the Teutonic academic) to navigate objects along a track. Sounds simple? Well, of course it isn't. Your tracks will include obstacles and - as the name suggests - gravity makes itself felt. There's nothing hokey about this though, as all the physical elements work exactly has they should in real life. It will, however, tax your brain and test your intelligence.
The mini-games are many and varied and involve ensuring that various objects and materials don't, well...get destroyed by the power of nature (think winds, earthquakes and the like). There are also multi-player challenges to be had.
The sandbox levels (there are 20 of these) enable you to work up your own structures and test them against reality - think LittleBigPlanet put in the classroom.