Planet Genesis 2

3.7
129 reviews
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Everyone
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About this game

Planet Genesis 2 is the finest and most visually stunning space sandbox available for Android devices. Now you can create by yourself your very own solar systems with awesome 3D renders and realistic gravity physics simulation. You can create very easily new asteroids, planets, stars (even black holes!) and watch them interact and orbit in real time with newtonian physics.

Design your own solar systems and enjoy watching them orbit, collide and smash each other in a cosmic dance in your pocket!

Planet Genesis 2, the ultimate space sandbox, includes:

- A complete editor which features: creating asteroids, dwarf planets, rocky planets, gas planets, four different kinds of stars and black holes. Furthermore, you will get tools to build complete proto-solar systems, asteroid fields, binary star systems and many more!

- Awesome climate change simulation in Earth-like planets. Watch life rising and spreading through your planet!

- Realistic 3D graphics as you have never seen before. Watch actual Solar System planets and procedurally generated alien worlds.

- Simulate and explore our actual Solar System.
+ Planets available: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune
+ Dwarf planets available: Ceres and Pluto
+ Satellites available: Moon, Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto, Enceladus, Tethys, Titan, Dione, Rhea and Iapetus.

And create your own solar system with:
+ Stars available: Brown Star, Red Star, Yellow Star and Blue Star
+ And Black hole!

- Alter time rate.

-Visualize a 3D grid that depicts in real time the impact of the gravitational field on celestial objects in space. Watch gravitational waves!

-Configure the physics simulation settings to push your device to its limit until 500 simulated worlds at the same time!

Please, watch the presentation video and leave a comment with your suggestions!
Updated on
Sep 26, 2022

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3.7
129 reviews
A Google user
March 10, 2020
This game has a lot of potential, but the orbital physics are currently incorrect. Different masses of planets placed at the same distance away from the sun should experience about the same acceleration. In this game, however, light objects like asteroids tend to move sluggishly whereas a gas giant in a higher orbit would be zooming along. If you would like some help with the physics please contact me as I would be happy to help, and have some experience tutoring in related fields.
73 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
February 2, 2020
It's pretty good. However, it's very frustrating that you can zoom out enough to see all your planets, therefore it's impossible to really know what's going on. Would be good to customise own celestial bodies, modify existing ones, and to optionally have a filled recognisable solar system to start with.... So we can destroy it.
63 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
July 30, 2019
It's okay (a bit finicky to control and move the camera) but it does do what it says it does. Apart from my game recently getting unresponsive buttons, the planets are still placeable but the solar system resets every time i just close the game, but don't 'end the session' One suggestion is to make orbits a bit more AI based rather then manual as it is extremely hard to get consistent orbits if you have more than... Well one planet. They always pull at each other and one ends up in the star.
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What's new

Minor fixes