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* Best of 2016 – Apple *<br><br>Create your own universe. Play with the law of nature. Visit the outer worlds.<br><br>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.<br><br>S C I E N C E D R I V E N<br>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.<br><br>C E L E S T I A L T O U C H<br>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. <br><br>C O S M I C V O Y A G E<br>Meditate in the indescribable beauty of space that you create, anywhere and anytime. Hold your device to view the universe in from any angle.<br><br>Visit us: thix.co <br>Like us: facebook.com/thixlab<br> Follow us: twitter.com/thixlab<br><br>Comments or Questions:<br>firstname.lastname@example.org
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Haven't wrote an app review in years but after shelling out 3 bucks I figured the developers ought to have my feedback. Great game outstanding implementation of the scope and scale of the universe all in the palm of your hands. This game blew me away from the get go but initially you're kinda left to figure out how exactly do you work this thing. I started throwing out a few nebulas here a few pulsars there not really seeing any significant change or reaction just celestial bodies strewn around the cosmos. The fun began when I dropped in a yellow giant and placed a couple terrestrial stars around it then I was like duh gravity. I'm god and I make my universe as I please as long as they comply with the laws of physics. This is a great game with huge upside the only reservations I have is after you drop 7 or so celestial bodies it's begins to lag and begins flinging you uncontrollably throughout your universe. I'm sporting a 7 plus so I know it can't be a ram or gpu issue. Just filthy bugs, not really a deal breaker but for a game that cost 3 bucks you would expect it to be a little bit more refined and polished. I hope the developers dish out an update soon enhancing the experience while squashing the bugs. Back to my universe...
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.
This app just doesn't live up to any kind of expectation after reading the description. The developers could have made it like the description, in which case this app would have been worth every cent, but instead they totally undershot any kinds of effort towards making this anything worth purchasing (I don't think I'd have it on my phone even if it was a free app). The display is super lousy, as your planets in orbit are merely speckles on you're screen unless you zoom in to one planet. The control are hideous... it's near impossible to click the tiny specks (planets and stars) on your screen and move them however you wish to. And lastly, there's very, VERY, few things you can put into your space galaxy, and the learning experience is minimal to almost non-existent, as all you really get to see (once you defeat the impossible and manage to zoom into a specific orbit of planets you've made) is the radius of the planet and the temperature. This app is a weak attempt to scamming trusting people (like myself) of $3. I feel like such a sucker who got robbed by this developer.
I got this app because I just really love the idea of space and being able to create this kind of universe. The recent changes with this app were all stellar and I love them, although it would be nice to choose between the new and old layouts. My biggest concern is the fact that I can’t play around with any ideas if I already have one I like. I decided I wanted to make a universe for a space traveler story I want to write, but unless I want to lose that whole world, I can’t just mess around and cause the collapse of a universe. So it’d be real cool if that was possible. More information on the planets and the life forms, and a way to add life forms to habitable planets would be very neat! This app has an excellent base, but I’d love to see more done with it.
While undeniably beautiful, the user-interface is incredibly difficult to manage and leaves a great deal to be desired. There’s no way to “orient” yourself on any baseline, and if you zoom out “too far” (which happens incredibly easily) you lose all context. Your celestial bodies are nothing more than ultra-tiny blips on a screen. If it were any worse it’d basically just be a non-interactive blueish screen with some occasional uncontrolled objects on it. This whole app feels unfinished. I’d like to be better able to see (and alter) the orbits of these bodies, as well as having a better view and experience as to how and when they interact. Example: I’d like to be able to build a star, float a planet around it (at a set distance) and float moons around the planet. I’d like to see more clearly how these objects behave and react to one another, and then I’d like to be able to change the equation by adding (X)celestial body to the equation. Right now this “game” becomes intolerable monotonous inside three minutes.
Developed by THIX LLC.
SPACE by THIX is ranking in Education & Simulation & Games
Last update was at Sep 02, 2019and the current version is 3.0.
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SPACE by THIX have a 141a user reviews.
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