Pocket Gamer writes: "Good games pull you in like gravity. Whether it's stylish graphics or a clever gameplay hook, there's an underlying force that makes the game more appealing than the sum of its part.
When that force isn't there, however, you're left with a bland if proficient game like Gravity Well. The task of guiding a ball through a maze of obstacles receives little embellishment. In fact, this standard ball-rolling bonanza omits crucial elements that could have improved play."