Windows, Mac, Linux, Chrome
Astronomy studies events and objects on a cosmic scale. Gravity Simulator makes these concepts tangible to the extent that students can directly manipulate planets, moons and orbits, observing their interactions and effects on each other.
Physics of planetary proportions are hard to grasp. The effects of gravity, for example, are evident in everyday life, but understanding its actual impact on our universe is tough without a simulation as a reference point.
Creative thinking may seem out of place in a simulator game about gravity, but the reality is different. Gravity Simulator visualizes every single trajectory and paints beautiful pictures across the pitch black canvas of space.
|Operating system||Windows XP SP2+, Mac OSX 10.8+, Ubuntu 12.04+, SteamOS+|
|Processor||SSE2 instruction set support|
|Graphics||DX9 (shader model 3.0) or DX11 with feature level 9.3 capabilities.|
|Additional Info||The game runs comfortably on most systems, and does not require high-end hardware. Unity system requirements can be used as a general guideline (https://unity3d.com/unity/system-requirements).|
|Subject||Physics & Chemistry|