In Newton's Law, players drop black holes and disturb the path of a traveling planetoid, with the goal of pulling it into a stable orbit. Moving the black hole (or 'teleporting') allows you to fine tune the orbit from a wide ellipse to a perfectly circular orbit. Four games in one, each with their unique 'pull': 1-Containment. Use three black holes to keep a planetoid onscreen ('near space'). The longer you keep the planet safe, the higher your score. 2-Solar System. Use your black hole to keep the planetoid revolving around the sun. But you need to do it while all around you rogue black holes wink in and out of existence. 3-Perfect Orbit. It's easy enough to get the planetoid into an orbit. But can you get it into a circular orbit (at least 80%) in the time allotted? 4-Freestyle. This one doesn't have a score - just have fun dropping up to six black holes, either permanent or 'evaporating', and try to keep the planetoid onscreen. Simple but addictive, Newton's Law lets everyone enjoy controlling their own black hole. So if gravity has got you down, try Newton's Law and put gravity to work for you!