Orbit Simulator

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.1
1.72K reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Use your fingers and the laws of physics to create beautiful worlds with this gravity sandbox.

Put asteroids into orbit around a planet and activate trails to draw amazing patterns.

Play with particles, make them bounce, merge, collide.

Change colors, time, forces, appearance, size and many more features.

Share your creations in our fan-art gallery.

Experiment with every setting to earn points and discover unexpected behaviours.

The retro and psychedelic designs are great for your avatar and wallpaper.

- Create planets with two fingers
- Launch asteroids into orbit with one
- Press menu or the back button for options
- Change gravity type and intensity in the Forces menu
- Activate collisions or make elements merge
- Use Earth's attraction
- Visualise trails in the Visuals menu
- Play with the look of elements
- Remove walls of the simulator and make it bigger
- Generate random worlds
- Lock the camera to an element to see the universe from its perspective
- Take a picture and share it in our fan-art Gallery
- Leave the screen empty to start screensaver mode
- Create your own solar system
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Mar 1, 2019

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4.1
1.72K reviews
A Google user
October 19, 2018
I liked this app because of the variety of the possible visualizations is best discovered through tweaking and exploring. If it seems simple or pointless, stick with it for a while. One thing to fix: in repeat edges mode, elements get stuck on the edges instead of floating through. I'd like to see this solved. Thanks.
7 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
January 11, 2019
Very good. Simple design and non-prescriptive play. Takes a minute to figure out, but only because of the choice it allows you. The only thing I would be greatful of is a little more scale. Trying to make a moon, orbiting a moon, orbiting a planet, orbiting a sun became too difficult.
18 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
September 13, 2019
I love these games that don't demand 100% of your attention, and I can just casually play them. Easy to understand menu, and play. One feature request another crash option "Random" would be nice, so when two objects meet they could just randomly choose Merge, Collide, or Overlap. Thanks for the game
12 people found this review helpful
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What's new

Bugs fixed