I've reviewed so many Tetris/Columns clones recently that I've started imagining myself as a coloured block. In fact, I'm a little scared to look in the mirror in case I have actually changed into a yellow rock.
Anyway, GraviQ is the latest in a long line of ball-dropping (ahem) games for the phone, charging you with the task of wiping out coloured spheres by joining them into lines of three or more.
This makes the gameplay a little more interesting, although ultimately we've seen it all before.Unlike many of these kind of games on the handheld platform, GraviQ comes with a save feature, which adds to the long-term appeal of the game.
There are plenty of levels to keep you coming back too (99 in total), and you get a nice built-in help system to help you hone your skills.The gravity control element of the game makes it a little more challenging, but aside from that there's nothing to separate this one from the rest of the block/ball dropping games for handheld devices.