Spaceflight Simulator

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4.6
402K reviews
10M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

SPACEFLIGHT SIMULATOR:
This is a game about building your own rocket from parts and launching it to explore space!

• Use parts to create any rocket you want!
• Completely accurate rocket physics!
• Realistically scaled planets!
• Open universe, if you see something in the distance, you can go there, no limits, no invisible walls!
• Realistic orbital mechanics!
• Reach orbit, land on the Moon or Mars!
• Recreate your favorite SpaceX Apollo and NASA launches!

Current planets and moons:
• Mercury
• Venus ( A planet with a extremely dense and hot atmosphere)
• Earth ( Our home, our pale blue dot :) )
• Moon ( Our celestial neighbour)
• Mars ( The red planet with a thin atmosphere)
• Phobos ( Mars inner moon, with rough terrain and low gravity)
• Deimos ( Mars outer moon, with a extremely low gravity and a smooth surface)

We have a really active discord community!
https://discordapp.com/invite/hwfWm2d

Video tutorials:
Orbit tutorial: https://youtu.be/5uorANMdB60
Moon landing: https://youtu.be/bMv5LmSNgdo
Updated on
Nov 28, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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App activity
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
4.6
402K reviews
Ralph Cockburn
November 27, 2022
Very fun and addictive game but a little buggy. Randomly crashes sometimes which can be annoying if you've been working in the same mission for a while. More build tutorials would help too. Sometimes pieces that you think should go together don't and it can be a pain to figure out how to configure things to make them work. Despite the cons, excellent and very fun game!
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Calvinn Jensen
November 24, 2022
Excellent experience! The game simulates space flight through building your own rocket, rover, or whatever and then launching it. Challenges include getting into orbit, landing on the moon, and exploring other planets. The rocket building is great fun, and it makes you think about how to build creatively. Plus, the developers add updates at a good pace - not so much that it's annoying, but not so little that it's dead. Overall, I would highly recommend this game! - Calvin
158 people found this review helpful
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Andrew Tubbs
October 11, 2022
Very fun and extremely realistic, (most of the time) but my one problem is that the "captured in low orbit" detector needs to be pretty precise for it to count, other than that I love this game! It's also worth it to buy the all items expansion pack, it's really fun to go to Jupiter and it's moons, and use the 12 wide objects to go at insane speeds. Edit: If you buy the all packs expansion, and a new pack comes out, you don't get that pack included.
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What's new

- Fixed sharing (I hope)
- Fixed duplicated/unloadable worlds
- Fixed worlds not loading any rockets in a very rare edge case
- Fixed strut+fairing render glitch
- Fixed pause menu in horizontal mode
- Fixed fuel tank becoming premium when adapting to fairing
- Fixed fairing notch hitbox not being visible
- Landing legs can now only be attached by their base, not the moving part