Science Apps | Gravity Force


Move the ball into the cup as fast as you can! Tilt and tip your iPhone or iPad! The faster you land the ball – the higher your score.  Twelve levels to each of 3 types of gravity. Earth gravity comes pretty easy to our earth kids. Moon gravity requires slowing down a bit. Jupiter gravity can sweep the ball off the page in a heartbeat so watch out for those open places! Gravity Force also comes loaded with awesome Siemens science videos – check out how much fun you can have with science!! This app is presented to us by Siemens AG. *All this fun and knowledge is free! I reviewed on iPad, the app is universal.

 Earth Gravity Challenge!

Moon Gravity Challenge!

Jupiter Gravity Challenge!

A Sampling of Several Science Videos!

Gravity Force – Siemens AG

*Parents, The video page also has link link to epcotspaceshipearth If you don’t want your kids on the internet, refer to our Parents page for a video to show you how to reset iPad settings for kids.

This app is a great addition to your kid’s toolbox for life!
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Meet The Developers!

What was the initial inspiration for Gravity Force?

We wanted to show kids how science and gaming could work together to create an original and creative learning experience.  The trick was to figure out how to translate that experience intuitively to the iPhone.  Being able to take advantage of iPhone’s accelerometer made it very easy for us to showcase gravity.

What is your favorite aspect of your app?

That’s a tough one. It would probably have to be able to play all the levels on 3 different types of gravity.  The first time you experience Jupiter’s gravity after going through twelve low-gravity Moon levels is maddening!

Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?

We are proud to partner with Siemens to bring fun to science education via Gravity Force. Taking learning out of the classroom and putting it into a device heavily used by kids, like the iPhone, was and continues to be a rewarding and educational experience. ~ Jino

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