Day 6 – Orbit – Playing with Gravity

Orbit – Playing with Gravity is available for iOS, Android and Windows PC or Mac via the Steam store. It is quite the complex game. It’s a gravity simulator at the heart of a puzzle game. Launch planets with a flick of your hand, and try to get them into stable orbits around black holes.As you play against gravity you are caught trying to determine the game’s physics to complete each galactic challenge. The graphics are basic but not essential and the music serene. My main issue, as usual, is the adverts sandwiched between each level. However, if you enjoy simply presented challenges and science then this may be your game!


Download Rise of Orbit – Playing with Gravity

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Editors Note: Not sure what the ’90 Day Challenge’ is all about? Take a read of this blog post, and all will become clearer. 

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Ben Woolf

Ben Woolf is a Founding partner and CEO at ANDi Games Ltd. With a (BA) in Business Administration at Leeds Business University, Ben brings working knowledge and experience in strategic planning and action, international operations, events, relationships, lean budgeting and more to ANDi Games Ltd.

bestfromgoogle - May 13, 2017

Heyy Ben your reviews are to the point and convincing. I feel there is not enough platform for indie developers to market their game.

My android game “NewtonBall” ,

I have got reviews that it is addictive and all, but I only get 25-30 installs per day (all organic). My game has a conversion factor of 48% which means 1 out of 2 people who visit my android page install the app.

I do ask game reviewers to review my game, but almost 90% ask for 50 – 100 dollars. Its sad and I dont want my game to die a slow death without recognition. Is there any way you could help ?

Kristian Wingfield-Bennett - May 15, 2017

Hey, thanks for your kind comments.

We’d be happy to take a look at your game. Head on over to and just complete the form. We’ll be in touch in due course. 100% Free. I am sorry to hear that reviewers want to charge you for reviewing your game. That isn’t right.

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