Orbit - Playing with Gravity

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.5
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Everyone
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About this game

★ Winner of Google Play Indie Games Festival 2016 ★

ORBIT is a gravity simulator at the heart of a puzzle game. Launch planets with a flick of your finger, and try to get them into stable orbits around black holes.

Can you make enough orbits to progress to the next level?

New: ORBIT now features a Sandbox (premium) where you can create your own levels! Control time, disable collisions, and paint with gravity. Publish your creations to the world for everyone to play.

• 45 free levels, with new mechanics are introduced over time — like repulsive black holes and planets with their own gravity that attract each other
• Play community-created levels — virtually limitless content made by other players, all completely free
• Launch as many planets as you like, and watch the mesmerizing orbital mechanics unfold
• Planets leave colored traces, so that at the end of a level you will have created a beautiful piece of art
• See the future trajectory of a planet before you launch it
• Play in an environment of smooth, minimalist graphics while listening to relaxing classical piano

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Note: Upon launch, the game requests permission to access files on the device. This is an optional permission to enable the feature of sharing videos of gameplay (via Everyplay).
Updated on
Oct 27, 2021

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4.5
108K reviews
A Google user
April 4, 2020
What a beautiful, relaxing game. It can still use some work, but it's so nice. I do wish there were a way to either move the starting point of an object (planet, etc.) after you start it, other that just releasing it into space. Also, I can't find how you play your own levels in the (paid) sandbox - it always opens in the editor. In all, especially as the UI grows and is further developed, it's wonderful and I expect it'll only get better.
58 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
March 27, 2020
It's a bland response, but the game is fun, especially the sandbox mode. It's most definitely worth a shot, for everyone. The physics are fonamanal. There are so many things you can do with this, you just have to have the motivation to recreate your blank canvas. And the ads, I almost fergot. There arnt very many, unlike those other games with 30 seconds of game play and you get an ad. Overall very good, nice job developer!
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Ramsey Yunis
December 3, 2020
This is a fun game, and a well programmed one. It doesn't feel like the usual cash grab unity apps. That being said the controls are frustrating. In a game where moving literally one pixel will drastically change the path taken, the controls are far too sensitive. I wish you could use a second finger to make fine adjustments to where you're aiming.
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