Orbit

Orbit


The N-Body simulator is for everybody and all backgrounds.
Make your own solar systems, galaxies, and gravity sinks! Colorful and captivating!
Watch as these celestial bodies attract and revolve around each other!

Fling your finger and watch the bodies spawn with velocity and direction. Tap and hold to see yourself create a sun!

Recent changes:
Version 1.7
Project now maintained by Carlos Cheung

List of changes:

* Collision Effect
* Color generation improved
* Walls expanded outwards
* Default gravitational constant changed from 6.67E-7 to 6.67E-9
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3.7
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File size
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About Orbit
The N-Body simulator is for everybody and all backgrounds.
Make your own solar systems, galaxies, and gravity sinks! Colorful and captivating!
Watch as these celestial bodies attract and revolve around each other!

Fling your finger and watch the bodies spawn with velocity and direction. Tap and hold to see yourself create a sun!

Recent changes:
Version 1.7
Project now maintained by Carlos Cheung

List of changes:

* Collision Effect
* Color generation improved
* Walls expanded outwards
* Default gravitational constant changed from 6.67E-7 to 6.67E-9

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 8, 2015
It is great but it could use more features, like sun / planet textures and an orbit path line.
A Google User
Mar 3, 2015
I was wondering, what if this could be made into an interactive wallpaper?
A Google User
Dec 20, 2014
Great, needs some improvements Any stationary body makes all other bodies gravitate toward it too quickly, so it is near impossible to create an object orbiting elliptically around a body. Worse though, the phone screen goes to sleep only a few seconds after the simulation begins, and you can't hold a finger on the screen to keep it from switching off because that affects the simulation by adding a body to the space
A Google User
Dec 15, 2014
It needs work It definitely needs more options, more things to help create orbits. Aside from that, its not bad, if a bit unrealistic
A Google User
Nov 28, 2014
Awesome! Almost exactly the same as the old Orbital game for Unix. Very nice.