Force Fields

Force Fields


Force Fields is a simple but addictive physics simulation of a gravity system.
There is no goal, just play around and see how the particles interact with each other and the force fields!

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There are three different modes available:
- Force fields: touching anywhere on the screen adds a force field and from the menu option you can add up to 10 particles.
- Particles: touching around the screen generates a stream of cool sparkles;
- Rubber band: you can control a particle with a virtual rubber band tied to your finger.

On the top left corner you can find the time controls, where you can adjust the speed of the simulation giving you a better idea about what's happening.

There are tons of options: you can enable gravity and control the particles with the accelerometer sensors of your device, set a custom background image, configure colors and shape of the force fields, the particles and the trails they left... and much much more!

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The Force Fields Live Wallpaper version is available for FREE for Android 2.1 devices or higher!

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Recent changes:
v4.2: improvements for custom backgrounds, screen always on during simulation, visual refresh
v4.1: simplified settings and increase max number of particles and force fields
v4.0: fixes for tablets and various optimizations and improvements
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3.8
User ratings
1127
Installs
100,000+
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File size
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About Force Fields
Force Fields is a simple but addictive physics simulation of a gravity system.
There is no goal, just play around and see how the particles interact with each other and the force fields!

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There are three different modes available:
- Force fields: touching anywhere on the screen adds a force field and from the menu option you can add up to 10 particles.
- Particles: touching around the screen generates a stream of cool sparkles;
- Rubber band: you can control a particle with a virtual rubber band tied to your finger.

On the top left corner you can find the time controls, where you can adjust the speed of the simulation giving you a better idea about what's happening.

There are tons of options: you can enable gravity and control the particles with the accelerometer sensors of your device, set a custom background image, configure colors and shape of the force fields, the particles and the trails they left... and much much more!

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The Force Fields Live Wallpaper version is available for FREE for Android 2.1 devices or higher!

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Recent changes:
v4.2: improvements for custom backgrounds, screen always on during simulation, visual refresh
v4.1: simplified settings and increase max number of particles and force fields
v4.0: fixes for tablets and various optimizations and improvements
User reviews of Force Fields
Hier könnte ich einfach ewig zusehen - fast wie einem Lagerfeuer. Nur, dass es hier interaktive Elemente gibt.
Nov 18, 2010
Perfect app to use in dull meetings where you still need to keep listnening for your name. :)
Sep 6, 2010
genial, I explained electricity to my girlfriend with this!!!
May 16, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 5, 2014
The Best
A Google User
Jan 28, 2014
Very nice
A Google User
Aug 16, 2013
Nice work!!! Cool. This is what I'm looking for years! I downloaded both items, the app and the live wallpaper, but could you put a setting so each particle in force fields mode could have it's own color. Thank you!!!
A Google User
Apr 19, 2013
Just great Its a great app and of course it is worth the space and time spent playing the game. There is no goal here: just look around and explore every corner of this app. Its really worth the download. Finally, i just wanted to congratulate the developer and programmer. This app has a simple and intuitive UI and the physics are really great. Really good
A Google User
Mar 2, 2013
Great physics toy Wonderfully simple and intriguing.