God's Orbits comes from Alexandre La Boissonniere. It's a physics/astronomy puzzle. The object is to place the orbs so that they will complete 1 revolution around the sun.
God has been making planets and stars orbit around each other for billions of years. But as any normal person, He now needs a break. So, as God takes a week’s vacation and goes to Cancún, you need to replace Him and do His job.
The game is a gravity simulation based on Newton’s law of universal gravity where you control the speed and direction of a single planet. You’ll need to find the precise trajectory of this planet to make it orbit around another celestial body.
A lot of features are offered to diversify the different challenges at hand.
• Every planet in our solar system
• Antimatter stars
• Neutron stars
• Black holes
The game contains a total of 60 levels (and more to come). The first 7 are free and all the others can be unlocked with one single purchase.
I've done levels 1-5. I'm stuck on 6. It's all guess and check and then watch the orbs either collide or fall into the sun. I'm stuck on level 7 too. It's very cool though.
Of those levels, I didn't encounter antimatter stars or neutron stars or black holes. I like the concept a lot. But it's not a pure logic puzzle.