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Gravity Falls: Legend of the Gnome Gemulets is a platformer video game for the Nintendo 3DS based on the American animated television series Gravity Falls. It was developed by Ubisoft Osaka and Ubisoft San Francisco in conjunction with series creator Alex Hirsch and was released October 20, 2015.[1]


In Gravity Falls: Legend of the Gnome Gemulets, a crisis has engulfed the Gnome kingdom – and only Dipper and Mabel can save the day. The Pines twins must work together to collect tools and weapons around Gravity Falls, as they attempt to solve mysteries and prepare for encounters with paranormal and supernatural creatures. On their perilous journey, they will have to battle fearsome enemies that will block their path, and ultimately restore order to the kingdom.

Character appearances




  • Creeping Totem
  • Flaming Totem
  • Hawker
  • Feral Gnome
  • Dark Gnome
  • Dark Waddles
  • Dark Wendy
  • Dark Soos
  • Dark Stan


  • Lake Beast
  • Forest Beast
  • Fire Beast
  • Dark Jeff
  • Evil Spirit


See List of cryptograms
  • Throughout the game there are many hidden cryptograms and secret messages. Even more so, the gnomes and Waddles sometimes speak in cryptograms.

References to the series


  • The following information is learned during the character's mission or after completing each character's mission through dialogue:
    • Jeff thinks Pacifica may be the next potential Gnome Queen according to his diary.
    • Jeff became the leader of the gnomes after the original queen was eaten by a badger at the beginning of the summer.
  • In the end credit's scene, it is revealed that Gompers is, in fact, the 4th Forest Protector.
  • Pacifica regards her hug with Dipper during "Northwest Mansion Mystery" as an accident and says that she was "caught up in the moment" but she quickly asks him to leave after a momentary silence. Mabel has knowledge about the hug and often teases them about it.
  • Stan was present when Dipper and Mabel were born.
  • Dana Terrace was involved with the animation process of the game.[2]
  • Once completing the game, the player can throw their weapons into the bottomless pit. This upgrades both Dipper and Mabel's weapons to "Master."
  • The game's engine is powered by UbiArt Framework, known from its works on Rayman Origins, Child of Light, and Valiant Hearts: The Great War.


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