• Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2016-05-04
  • Current Version: 2.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 54.64 MB
  • Developer: THIX
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 204 Ratings


* Best of 2016 – Apple * Create your own universe. Play with the law of nature. Visit the outer worlds. Build asteroids, nebula, comets, planets, moons, stars, pulsars and even blackholes at your fingertips. Experiment with gravity, supernova, planetary collision and so forth. Zoom in to ride comets. Zoom out to gaze at the galaxy of stars created by all users. S C I E N C E D R I V E N Learn Astronomy and Astrophysics for fun and creativity. All celestial bodies you create can move and interact in real-time and in accordance with the Newtonian astrophysics laws. C E L E S T I A L T O U C H Move planets with your fingers. Swipe to shoot a comet. Play with your own universe in an astronomical scale. SPACE puts gigantic celestial bodies under your fingertips. C O S M I C V O Y A G E Meditate in the indescribable beauty of space that you create, anywhere and anytime. Hold your device to view the universe in from any angle. G A L A X Y Zoom out to the Interstellar space. Explore stars created by other users around you based on real geolocation. *geolocation service and Internet connection is required to locate your universe among others. Visit us:
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  • Terrible

    By davidgpeterson
    Hard to manipulate. Boring. Hard to see.
  • Wasted money

    By Bmuddy2
    Wish I could get my money back. If your putting this on your iPhone you better get some glasses or possibly play it on your 60 inch tv but I doubt that would help either. This is hard to see and the only tool bar seems to just add things. The natural finger swipes don’t seem to work as expected. You have the option of drag and drop your item in space but who the heck knows where it’s going since the orbits are set without any input from you.
  • Very simple additions

    By Kyrie217
    First of all, this is my new favorite app. But there is so much untapped potential! I’d love to see an option to show values for orbital and rotational velocity (or at least speed); axial tilt; length of day and year (and month if applicable). I think we’d all love the ability to set the volume and mass of our celestial objects, as well as that to change (or at least set) their rotational and orbital velocities (by swiping 😊).
  • Make it better

    By Vaderblx
    It’s a very good idea. The system is okay, place a planet a certain distance away from another object and it will orbit. It’s pretty cool. It’s hard to place planets though. I also wish there were more objects to place. Also please add a way to toggle motion controls, sometimes I don’t want it to turn every time I move.. It’s pretty good overall but could be better.
  • I love it

    By gabe🐶
    I love it but... how do I look at other people’s star systems? I’ve done it before and I was cool. But I can’t do it anymore! Pls tell me how.
  • Poor physics

    By Kal J. El
    The graphics look ok but the physics is just horrible! Try to reposition a planet or accidentally touch it and will run away on a linear trajectory. Just not what I was expecting. I really want my money back!
  • Okay, maybe

    By Master of Books
    Okay, it’s a good game! But it would be awesome if you could watch life grow on ur planet. Maybe even being able to zoom in on a generated planet? Also, would love if there were some buttons that could auto make a galaxy!!! That would make this game the BEST!!! Also, space stations? Make it more real? Maybe some spaceships that kinda thing. Otherwise, it’s s cool game, just needs some cooler stuff, it could get boring if you don’t have all of that! Thanks!
  • Okay

    By Kaydiddle07
    This app could be very good. There is no depth to this. Everything other reviewers have stated previously still holds (bad controls, lack of depth, etc)
  • I love this app! But here are some feature suggestions...

    By The-T-Dude
    An undo feature would useful, as well as an easier way to place moons. I zoom in on a planet, and pull out a moon, and the camera zooms out too far for me to place the moon on the planet’s orbit. I would also like to see a settings feature to turn on or off music and sfx. I would also like to see an option to make celestial bodies appear larger to make viewing your balanced star system more satisfying. All in all, I love this app! It is so much fun to play around with gravity, and see how many stars you can have in a star system before they all crash into each other and go supernova.
  • WASTED $3.00!!!

    What a disappointment! Tiny graphics, does not respond well...BEWARE THIS COMPANY! 😡