Orbit Arcadia 4+

A Physics Based Gravity Game‪!‬

We Are Royale LLC

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.9 • 92 Ratings
    • Free

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Welcome to Orbit Arcadia, an arcade game of skill mixing local two-player action and a chill, zen like visual design. Get in Orbit. Take the Lead. Live the Arcadian life!

Try to master the perfect Orbit in this challenging yet meditative arcade experience. Zone out while stacking up orbits in Solo Play, or grab a friend and prepare for some captivating local multiplayer action. Work together to eliminate enemies in Co-Op, or take each other on, and determine the real physics master in Head-to-Head.

Jump your way from planet to planet claiming as many stable orbits as you can along the way. In Arcadia, your goal is equal parts challenge and chill in every corner of a this colorful galaxy.

Game Features:
- Competitive / co-operative local-multiplayer modes
- Single player freeplay / elimination modes
- Visually stunning planets, environments, and effects
- Tight, responsive controls
- Simple, addictive gameplay
- An original analog soundtrack by Seattle composer Robb Davidson
- 100% free! No ads, micro-transactions, or DLC

What’s New

Version 1.1

- Minor UI updates to the "How To Play" section
- Adding StoreKit functionality

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
92 Ratings

92 Ratings

Stephen K Cooper ,

Addictive and chill

Very few games keep me engaged one month later. This one does.
I do wish that the developers would make two changes:
1) wait for everything to resolve before declaring “orbit failed”. I like getting two or three orbs with one shot, and if that was my last shot then the game declares “orbit failed” even though I cleared the field.
2) I like watching the little orbs hit the planet surface. Show more destruction on the planet and don’t obscure the planet with the “orbit success/failure” message.

WEird dREAMS ,

Very cool!!!

Very cool app! Can become addictive but still very enjoyable and rewarding!

I need to report a bug in the logic though. It has to do with how the app determines “ORBIT FAILURE” or success. Here’s the description:

On one instance, I shot my last remaining orb with two green orbs still orbiting, one on the outermost orbit and another on the second outermost. My blue orb attached itself onto the second outermost orbit, [at this point the game decided it was a failure, prematurely!] and pushed the green orb out of orbit into collision with the last remaining green orb, effectively clearing them all out. The app erroneously determined failure. I guess it should have waited until the system stabilized and all collisions happened before comparing remaining green orbs to remaining blue ones.

Still, thanks for such a good app!

Jwayze ,


ok this game is hands down the best game, well not the worlds best tbh, but that dose not change the fact it’s really good.
Not only the graphics are good, but the gameplay itself makes the game greatly enjoyable. It’s a bit hard but that could just be me.
Who dose not what to play a game with:

Spaceships fighting for obsidian planets with exposed resources?

5/5 it’s really good and hope more is added because this is really really really good. It’s an absolutely beautiful amazing astronomy epically super good n i c e game.

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