Solar System

by Mute Jupiter

originally from "Solar System - SAMPLE" by Magenta Gel



Solar System, a project made by Mute Jupiter using Tynker. Learn to code and make your own app or game in minutes.


simple events, direction and turning, simple motion, pen color, simple loops, delays, input/output, simple drawing, pen size, advanced costume handling, simple sound playing

  • #Lines:151
  • #Actors:10
  • #Costumes:10
  • #Scripts:41

Text Snippets

  • sun: a star at the center of the solar system. it provides light and heat.
  • mercury: the closest planet to the sun, but not the hottest.
  • venus: the hottest planet in the solar system. it's surface is riddled with volcanoes and lava.
  • earth: the only planet that is known to have life. it is inhabited by animals and humans. it holds lots of water and vegetation to suit life forms.
  • mars: mars is called the red planet because of its red sheen. it is the last rocky planet before the asteroid belt. scientists say that they have found water on mars.
  • jupiter: the largest planet and the closest gas planet to the sun. it is after the asteroid belt. you can see a red dot on it. that is an ongoing storm on the surface of jupiter.
  • saturn: famous for its many rings it is the second largest planet. it has lots of rock and gas orbiting it to so you can see its rings.
  • uranus: this planet also has rings like saturn but is not famous for them. it is the second last planet in the solar system.
  • neptune: neptune is the coldest planet in the solar system. it is also the furthest away from the sun.
  • pluto: pluto is not classified as a planet but as a dwarf planet.


  • background scene - Blue Hexagons
    background scene - Blue Hexagons
  • background scene - space
    background scene - space
  • Sun - Sun
    Sun - Sun
  • Mercury - Mercury
    Mercury - Mercury
  • Venus - Venus
    Venus - Venus
  • Earth - Earth
    Earth - Earth
  • Mars - Mars
    Mars - Mars
  • Jupiter - Jupiter
    Jupiter - Jupiter
  • Saturn - Saturn
    Saturn - Saturn
  • Uranus - Uranus
    Uranus - Uranus
  • Neptune - Neptune
    Neptune - Neptune
  • Pluto - Pluto
    Pluto - Pluto