So. Much. Tech.
Some of the biggest names in tech are coming to TNW Conference in Amsterdam this May.
General Electric (GE) has teamed up with the developer to implement a new Gravity Mode this weekend for casual players. It removes the timer and move restrictions, so gamers can coast through six levels at their own pace. The feature also includes a gravity button that shuffles the dots into a new, randomized position. Betaworks and GE used a new physics engine to create the effect, which forces the dots (which are normally suspended in mid-air) to drop to the bottom of the screen based on the angle of the device.
“As you progress, you achieve certain levels that unlock level cards, and all the dots you accumulate in Gravity Mode get added to your dots bank,” Paul Murphy, SVP of Product at BetaWorks said.
The new mode was conceived to tie in with ‘Gravity Day‘ on 9/8 (9.8 m/s is the force of gravitational acceleration), which is part of ‘Brilliant Week’, an interactive programming series designed by GE to illustrate their “industrial Internet story”.
Disclosure: This article contains an affiliate link. While we only ever write about products we think deserve to be on the pages of our site, The Next Web may earn a small commission if you click through and buy the product in question. For more information, please see our Terms of Service
Image Credit: TORSTEN BLACKWOOD/AFP/Getty Images
Read next: How brands are embracing big social data