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It’s up to you to create fun and save the world! Embark on an unprecedented quest for gravity in Viva Media’s newest release, Cargo. In Cargo, you will be asked to put your creativity to work as you build up wacky machines that fly and dive as you garner enough fun to restore gravity back to our planet. Search for Cargo floating around and use this debris – from the Statue of Liberty to Big Ben and the Eiffel Towner to stake out new lands. Boasting a completely fresh and unique look, the game story hooks in players as it combines physics based puzzles solving with insanely addictive game play. Players will be challenged to think and use their solutions in this outrageous game where gravity and creativity meets fun!

About Cargo: The Quest for Gravity:

The Gods haven’t looked too kindly on humanity and Earth, as we know it, has been reduced to a group of island archipelagos, populated by “BUDDIES” – pint-sized creatures, unbound by gravity’s forces and free to float and frolic at their own whim and leisure.

The Gods have given the BUDDIES free reign over these colorful islands for their own willy-nilly, topsy turvy pleasure. But, there is a way to stop them ….FUN is the secret ingredient that will ground the BUDDIES and return gravity to Earth.

As one of Earth’s last human survivors, it’s up to you to dish out a healthy dose of amusement to restore order on Earth.

Do you have what it takes to outwit the BUDDIES and win back the favor of the Gods?

Game features:
-Packed with unique and innovative physics-driven gameplay that offers multiple solutions to each mission; not to mention an unlimited sandbox mode!
-Explore a wide variety landscapes and locations including flying islands, large underwater environments, and numerous interiors. Changing seasons offer a dynamic effect on gameplay.
-Loads of different parts & components that can be assembled to create crazy yet functional vehicles
-Use your own music to create a personalized game soundtrack
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