Pocket Universe - 3D Gravity Sandbox Free

Pocket Universe - 3D Gravity Sandbox Free

Rank

42.1%

Score

4.6

Installs

~586800

Ratings

199 / day

By PocketLabs Category Simulation

Description & Details


3D universe sandbox to simulate solar system with custom planets, star & gravity

If you had the power, how would you create the solar system? What would be the size of each planet or star? And how would you place them in orbit? If you are interested in Astronomy and looking for a powerful yet easy to use 3D universe sandbox app to create and simulate a whole new galaxy with realistic physics and gravity rules, then you’ve come to the right place. Pocket Universe, the 3D gravity sandbox game, provides you the ultimate power to explore the infinite space and simulate your own space full of different planets, gas giants, and stars.
In this gravity simulator app, you get to customize literally any aspect of these particles to simulate and design your very own pocket universe sandbox. Once you are satisfied with your customized solar system (or any other combination of particles, planets, and stars), you get to easily add it to your collection, take a screenshot and share it with the world.
Pocket Universe comes with a clean and neat design and the 3D simulation is so smooth that you won’t feel any difficulties or lags when bombarding your planets, or applying any condition to them. And make sure not to take the realistic gravity lensing effect as granted when looking at a black hole. It’s just fascinating.

Is Pocket Universe Easy to Use?
Is this 3D universe sandbox with realistic physics simulation powerful enough to create and design different planets, gas giants and stars? The answer is a BIG yes! But are the simulation tools easy to use? The answer is even a BIGGER yes! The user interface is so friendly, that you’ll get used to it after going through the step-by-step tutorial and trying available tools for a few times. After that, you just need to use your imagination and be creative to form some unique pocket universes with gravity simulator based on physics rules. If you are going to redesign our lovely solar system in our galaxy, you’ll have access to all the planets (mars, moon, earth, mercury etc …) and you have the power to unlock new worlds by meeting the right conditions, colliding with the right objects, and altering mass and sea level while keeping the temperature stable. To smash stuff together and create new planets, make sure to crash the right ones together.
Tip: To raise the sea level, hit a planet with ice meteors, and use rock meteors to lower the sea level.
Pocket Universe 3D Sandbox Main Features at a Glance:
• Wonderful 3D graphics with smooth universe simulator
• Super user-friendly interface with easy to learn gameplay
• Step-by-step and detailed tutorial
• Huge variety of particles, procedural planets, gas giants and stars
• Ultimate customization options for your creations
• 3D Gravity simulator with realistic physics rules
• Create Solar System with the tiniest details
• Take screenshots from your pocket universe and share it with family and friends
• Unlock new achievements
• Interactive journal to track your creations
• Save and Load simulated universes
So, Pocket Universe offers everything you should expect from such 3D gravity and Universe Sandbox games and it even sets the bar to a higher level by offering smooth particle simulator, realistic physics rules, user-friendly interface, a wide range of different particles, planets and stars, and a lot more.
No matter you are serious in Astronomy stuff or you just want to have fun creating some beautiful infinite universes, we’ve got you covered. You just need to take your time, select from wide range of stunning particles, stars, and planets, specify their positions and how they should rotate, and last but not the least decide which planets should collide to destroy and create new worlds.
Download Pocket Universe and let us know about any bugs, feature requests or any other suggestions. Stay tuned for whole new features, including repulsive gravity, fully 3D physics on different orbital planes, the option to view from the surface of the world and expanding on the life aspect of the game.

First Seen
2017-05-26
Last Seen
2017-08-20
Updated
2017-07-20
Ratings
17472
SOME Signals
5
Version
1.2
Size
Unknown
Android Version
2.3 and up
Content Rating
USK: All ages
Installs (Google)
100000 - 500000
APK Name
uk.co.pocketlabs.pocketuniversefree

Latest Ratings


Jaxon 5
I love this game, highly recommended. The only suggestions I have is an auto orbit feature where you can turn it on and just place a planet and it'll be automatically in a circular orbit, and I would also like to see (this is in no way needed, the fact that there is life is incredible) life on planets to spread to other planets. I am in no way discriminating the game in suggesting things so please don't take it that way. I love it and I wish that my feedback would help make the game even more awesome :D
Benjamin 4
The game is great! You can build multiple solar systems, you can have so many planets, etc. but, trying to control which direction your planets going is very difficult. For instance: once you placed your planet and the direction it is going, which you find out it is going too close to other planets or the star. When your trying correct it, it is almost too impossible. Either your close up and takes awhile to zoom it out or trying to find how to reset the direction of the planets. I'll give this five stars if y'all fix it.
MadManiac 5
5 Stars for everything! I'm a major space nerd and enjoy the whole concept behind this game. The thought of creating your own galaxy with nebulae and black wholes makes me really happy. Not to mention the fact that your planets undergo realistic changes based on their environment and surroundings. I'm definitely buying the full version.
The 4
I really like it, but I would really love you guys to instead of using arrows when launching planets, you could see the full cycle of the direction ahead of time. It would make planets being put in the right angle a whole lot easier. Same thing goes for the paid version too.
Familia 4
I love the graphics. I wish you could make the camera movible, it feels like I'm on a 2d plane for the whole time. Could you guys could add solar systems like Trappist-1 and mess around with the solar systems. And could you guys put more types of planets? If you do I would be super happy with it.
Ian 5
AMAZING GAME! I see it being a game on a pc. Controls are kinda wonky here and there, but I think it would be neat if you could pick systems or galaxies to make. Also, space stations would be neat, but I don't know if it would be good. My only issue is the game crashes sometimes, and makes me have to restart my android tablet, so I lose my progress.
James 5
Awesome little universe sandbox. The biggest sandbox in the known universe. If every star in the universe was a grain of sand in the sandbox, the sandbox would be 10^10^76E Earth's, with it's equivalent trillions of trillions of grains of sand per earth. (That's the number 10 to the [10 with 76 {0's} behind it]th exponential power) Basically, a f***ing number so big, it would take 260 years to count the zeros... Yeah, I can imagine a decently large number... Cool app. I have a cosmic hard on right now, and I'm bout to blow a BIG BANG-ing cosmic-y load.
Koby 5
This is just the game I've been looking for for years! I haven't found any major gripes with things, except one thing. It seems, at least in my experience, planets that once had life but lost it can't develop life again even if they remained in the habitable zone for the equivalent of centuries. But besides that, I just enjoy watching as each planet orbits their sun in unique ways as their orbit develops. A few things I wish you could add is brown dwarf stars, neutron stars, and possibly add in secret planet types like the planet 55 Cancri e, the planet made entire of diamond! That would make this game even better! I will definitely be buying the full version!
puppykicker 2
ok if you want to play God for a minute... and that is how long it is interesting. the damn thing wants you to touch the screen for this and that, then every time you do it makes another planet. then it tells you 'your planet limit is reached. you are offered to watch an ad to raise this limit, and it tells you that you have earned another planet. so i watch 3 ads altogether. but as soon as i go back to the game it starts completely over, with NO extra planets! yea! what fun! God would have given up too. uninterested AND uninstalled.
Daniel 3
The description claims that black holes exhibit a gravitational lensing effect. It's not showing up on my Galaxy S8. Also, I just watched a white dwarf pass right through a black hole with no effect.
Airigami 5
It would be cool if you add the lifetime of a star and when it reaches the end, depending on the size of the star, would explode in a supernova. But, you can turn this effect off. Also, add in pulsars and magnetars and neutron stars, andice giants and gamma ray bursts and variable stars. All together good.game

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