Gravity Simulator A-Go!

Posted in: Gravity Simulator | March 31, 2014 | No Comments

If you’re reading this, you’ve probably played around with my original Gravity Simulator, posted way back in 2011.  And you’ve probably heard me talk about the upcoming update to the simulator — with tons more bells-and-whistles.



It’s here.

I present: the *New* Gravity Simulator


Lets' DO This!

Lets’ DO This!


The simulation has a bunch more power (3000 planets is handled with ease), a bunch more options (change planet colors, track objects, tweak the calculation precision), and a bunch more gravity (citation needed).

There’s a free online version, just like before, that you can play here.  And if you really like gravity, you can always download the Full Version, which lets you play in full-screen mode, runs a lot faster, and will have even more features than the online version.  (Available on PC/Mac/Linux)  And, if that isn’t enough, you’ll be supporting me in developing this simulation.

Both are in alpha still, which means they’re constantly being changed and improved.  (In fact, as of this blog post, an update has already come out… Version 0.26.02).  So if you find a bug, or see room for improvement, swing by the forums to let us know about it.  Your suggestion might just make it into Version 0.26.03!


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