The Verge:

Play this: ‘Super Planet Crash’ tests your god mode
Sometimes, it’s easy to forget what a serendipitous marvel our universe really is. At least, until you’ve tried building your own. Super Planet Crash is a browser-based simulation that requires players to forge a planetary system capable of surviving at least 500 years. The interface is simple: left-click to place up to 11 astronomical objects of varying sizes anywhere within the defined limits. What makes it challenging is how the gravitational field of each celestial body affects others around it. Even a single dwarf star can throw everything out of orbit.

The Verge:

Play this: ‘Super Planet Crash’ tests your god mode

Sometimes, it’s easy to forget what a serendipitous marvel our universe really is. At least, until you’ve tried building your own. Super Planet Crash is a browser-based simulation that requires players to forge a planetary system capable of surviving at least 500 years. The interface is simple: left-click to place up to 11 astronomical objects of varying sizes anywhere within the defined limits. What makes it challenging is how the gravitational field of each celestial body affects others around it. Even a single dwarf star can throw everything out of orbit.

ABC Arts:

Perth has recently emerged as an unlikely hotspot for urban art. Supported by local council initiatives and various non profit arts spaces, Perth’s street artists have commandeered parts of the central city as their own personal canvas.

This week, Form is helping to present Public, a celebration of urban art that features 45 artists from around the world, painting 30 walls over nine days from 5-13 April.