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Orbit Simulator

Orbit Simulator for PC and MAC

Is a Educational game developed by Tailor & Wayne — Barcelona located at C/ BALCELLS, 21-25, BAJOS, LOCAL 1 — 08024 BARCELONA. The game is suitable for USK: All ages and required Android version is Varies with device.

How to run this game on PC or MAC

You can run all Android games and applications on your PC or MAC computer. Using a free software called Bluestacks, you don't need to purchase anything but games or applications it self if it isn't free.

Now you can use this Educational game on your PC or MAC.
User Reviews
Very nice creating game. But watch out for higher speed effects. Remove the time option and set the maximum magnitude from 14 to 8.
I love this game so much. I hope you make more games. I really like this game much. I want more. This is the best game ever.
Very very good for the right inquisitive and problem solving mind. I actually feel like I'm experimenting and learning. It's making me question certain elements which I then can read about.
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.
Could do with being able to lock a sphere in a fixed position to stop it drifting. Also to be able to grab spheres once created and move them by dragging. Also could do with a preset where it starts with a randomised set of spheres to simulate a solar system forming. Maybe also colour code the spheres according to how fast they are moving. Black= slow through the spectrum to red for fast.
Super. Thanks for such amazing app. Now i become a mini scientist on my own. My friends are amazed by seeing such thing they never seen before on my phone. Being a science student it's my dream to know and explore such thing on my own. Great app...
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
Great game but there should be a button that says lock the movement of a object for example when you make a star in orbit simulator if you don't want the star to move or be affected by gravity so when you place object's in orbit the star wouldn't move or be affected by gravity and you could do it with a planet or a moon. thanks to the maker of this game I think you did a great job on this game but please can you add this button that I said about before at the beginning of the review thank you.
It's the wrong app. This is clearly meant as an art piece. I am having trouble creating objects with stable orbits. I make the objects too fast, I think the metaphor of a lead foot is about this. I'm looking for something that resembles a scientific or engineering tool. Also, I suspected it uses the inverse law of gravitation instead of the inverse-square law that's present in real life. Edit - the developer's response must mean I mistakenly set it to inverse instead of to inverse squared.
this game is so fun I can create my own planets and make them spin it makes you feel like you own your own solar system
Great game!I just don't like how you hit back to open the menu but not close it. otherwise it is a great game!
They want you to go to a website rather than having the tutorial ON THE APP. And the graphics are garbage and dont even work properly. I mean if youre gonna make an Orbit app at least have a Planets setting to make Planets and comets. It needs alot more features and basic settings before thislly be anything fun. UNINSTALLED.
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.