Solar 2 4+

Jay Watts

Designed for iPad

    • 4.9 • 13 Ratings
    • $2.99



Solar 2 is an open-world, sandbox game set in an infinite abstract universe. Play constructively: grow your system, nurture life on your planets and attack enemy life in huge space battles. Play destructively: crash into other objects and cause chaos, use your orbiting objects like wrecking balls, steal planets from other systems.

What’s New

Version 1.25

-Fixed a bug on the new missions screen where yellow missions couldn't be green completed

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

michaelbacon ,

So good

YES!!!! I used to play this back on my Xbox 360 and really loved it. I also had it on an old iPad years later and would still play it from time to time. Now that it’s been updated for iPhone and the newer iOS I can still enjoy it now. This game is a great kind of zone out and chill game. I love it. Thank you so much for the update!!!!!

Fhdvhfcbirsgkffhrwbjtrcbgf ,

A work of art

Simple kind of game, and it came to my mind as of recently and tried to see if it was still around. Happy to see it still is! I would play this game for hours. So insanely well done, simple, and I love it for that. Highly recommended to play!

Brendan..,,,..,. ,

Absolutely Amazing

This game is fantastic, but there are a few features that I would like to see implemented. The first is more realistic physics; the physics engine is pretty good, but planets magically fall into perfectly round orbits, the only moons a planet can have are asteroids, which too magically fall into perfectly round orbits, the player's velocity slows down dramatically when away from the controls (for some reason), stars can't come from large planets, galaxies don't and can't exist, along with other weird, unrealistic phenomena found frequently in the game. Despite my criticisms, this is by far the best space-related game out there; good idea, good execution, it's near perfect. It appears however that the developer(s) working on this game have ceased to carry this game any further, which is a shame, because this game could gain a lot of recognition (good for you) and the game will have heaps of added features (good for us).

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