If there's one word to describe Bear Paw by Neil Balharrie, it's "elegant". Simplicity is the key to this orbit physics simulator and with its basic controls and basic gameplay Bear Paw is more about enjoying the experience than beating it.
Like other orbit simulators, the goal is to stay alive for a set period of time. Each level is played the same way with players setting up their ship with a touch and giving it a trajectory and power with a slide of the finger. After this control is placed directly into the hands of the physics engine until the ship is destroyed. Having all control removed can be frustrating, especially when the art of predicting a complex set of gravitational pulls isn't a common talent, but sometimes you're rewarded with spectacular orbits that are just enough to get you to the next level.