This is the world of our universe, shrunk down and brought to your screen in The Gravity Ether.
Planets will drift aimlessly through the expanse of space, unless you control their motion by creating and destroying black holes with the tap of your finger. As with all the Ethers games, your objectives are simple: break blocks, collect coins, force the planets into collisions or high velocity. But you can’t tap or push on planets directly, you can only do so by manipulating the gravitational ether, through smart placement of black holes.
Think you have what it takes to survive in space? If you do, show everyone your prowess by making your own challenging levels, using the built-in level-editor.
Educator Resource Packet
Download this free packet for an introduction to the Gravity Ether and ways to include it in classes and programs! Learn more about the game as well as the concepts it explores, and use the sample lesson plans as inspiration for incorporating the Gravity Ether on your own.
Looking for more gravity-related projects?
Curiosity Machine has you covered–check out this design challenge about building a space-themed Rube Goldberg machine. Or how about building a self-powered rocket or designing a gravity well? You can also make your own space tools, designed to work in the low gravity situations that astronauts have to deal with, or engineer a lunar lander that buffers the effects of gravity to permit a safe landing.