Pocket Galaxy - Sandbox Game

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About this game

If you had the power, how would you create the solar system? What planets or stars would you choose? How would you place them in orbit? Are you interested in Astronomy and looking for a powerful yet easy to use 3d simulation sandbox game, to create and simulate a whole new galaxy with realistic physics rules? Then you’ve come to the right place. My Pocket Galaxy, the 3D sandbox game, provides you the ultimate power to explore the infinite space and simulate your own universe where you customise each different planet, gas giant, and star. Destroy on an unimaginable scale.

Create Your Own Universe

Build your own universe, and simulate all the planet orbits in infinite space with this realistic physics sandbox. Customize your entire solar system down to the individual star, planet, and moon. Give your alien planet repulsive gravity or even create a replica of the Earth, your imagination is the limit.

Destroy an entire Solar System

Become the ultimate planet destroyer or solar smasher, in the best galaxy destruction game! Tap in space to unleash a barrage of asteroids on an unsuspecting world. Destroy planets using a solar ray or freeze them with the ice ray.

Realistic Gravity Simulation

See how your pocket universe plays out over time with the in built realistic physics simulator. Observe as your creations flourish or collapse into destruction. Intervene like a god with physics tools to affect the orbit of planets, heat them up, cool them down or explode them!

Explore And Unlock

With endless variations of planets, stars ,and more; you’ll never run out of creative options. Smash planets together and affect planet conditions to unlock new types. Explore how life develops in your solar system through the planet journal.

Star Features

Space game with beautiful 3d graphics, realistic gravity, and destruction simulation.
Huge variety of particles, procedural planets, gas giants and stars.
Unlimited customization.
Gravity simulator with realistic orbit physics.
Screenshot your universe and share it with family and friends.
Unlock new achievements for your world building.
Interactive journal to track your universe sandbox.
Save and load games.

The astronomy game formerly known as Pocket Universe
Updated on
Oct 6, 2023

Data safety

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Ratings and reviews

13.8K reviews
Jason Wood
May 20, 2024
Fun app. Great graphics. Unsolicited feedback: The zoom functions are glitchy and it's often too easy to add an accidental celestial body. Haven't quite cracked how to add a moon to orbit a planet which is orbiting a star without it's path just being gobbled up by the gravity of the star itself. It feels like if I could zoom out enough and give each body some space with a little room to capture that may work. But to my initial point, the zoom functions are making that nearly impossible.
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Austin Cthulhu (WarlordAustin)
May 20, 2020
I loved the free version enough to pay $5 for the whatever version this is. I tell you, unequivocally, without reservation, that it was easily one of the best spent $5 ever. I thoroughly enjoy this game and while I might occasionally delete it to make room for something new, I always always come back to it. I find it both relaxing and entertaining, and just challenging enough. And the music helps me to fall asleep when needed.
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A Google user
November 9, 2019
So far, pretty fun and interesting. Not really a finished product yet in the sense there's no obvious objective or direction. So far I've only clicked to create different objects that crash into each other until they unlock a denser object, repeat until you reach black hole, then...? I've had it on full fast forward almost the whole time. If there were objectives such that I'd be guided to create systems or something, that would be cool. Example of solar system makes Earth life die before 6 mo.
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What's new

- Fixed Pluto not unlocking.
- Various other minor bug fixes.