Excellent A very smooth game. Graphics are nice and consistent, especially the little element icons. Gameplay is nice too, drag and drop style. (Much like it's cousin, Little Alchemy.) I'm only a little ways into it, but so far it's great! There's not a lot of these "alchemy" games, but this one seems like one of the better ones.
I played this game when it first came out years ago. I'm pleased to say that it's still one of the best games on Google Play as far as intellectuality and sometimes even common sense thinking goes. It definitely helps you to utilize your critical thinking skills. I was playing with my 6 year old son and was amazed at all the different things he helped me make by thinking about which elements make what. I literally have no complaints. Keep up the good work, devs! I plan to pay for the extra items as soon as I have the extra funds to support the devs so they can continue making amazing apps like this. <3
Not bad Ive always loved these games. Got a ways through before i found out you need SEVEN COMPONENTS to make one of the elements. Not a fan. At that point you might as well just be brute forcing instead of using your brain to solve puzzles... No more than 3 components should ever be used..
Addicted! Beautiful graphics, fun game. Only thing I'd suggest is a setting that once a new "element" is created that combination won't create the element again and again. Once I finish I will know for sure if this game has what other alchemy games have had - such as continents, countries, space etc.
Way too addictive! I seldom make comments on here, but I felt this game deserved one. It's simple to use, once you figure out how to make matches (instructions could be a little more detailed). I paid for the additional elements, and I'm glad I did. Only things I struggled with were the chemical matches, but that's what Google is for. And there are cheat sites available too. 😉 Part memory, part common sense, it's fun for all ages!
Just finished, kind of a let down. Had to drop it down a couple, some of the combinations you guys chose were unnecessary...for instance, carbon dioxide. Trees and oxygen. A second grader could tell you that. More combos doesn't mean good ones. And the holiday trees, plural? Quantity isn't quality, glad this game was free.