This is probably my favorite layout since it has a scroll list of all available items next to the work space. Matches can be made anywhere in the workspace, so multiple combos can be tried quickly. Some combos don't make the most sense to me, but there could be 1000s of elements if they included all possibilities. I played to depletion of everything and it is NOT as fun towards the end. If I replay I will likely stop when I discover most things but it's starting to get repetitive!
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Fun! You get to make different items and find the hidden combinations to make everything including life, the universe, and flamethrowers. Sometimes it takes a little "brute force" trial-and-error (trying every possible combination) to find something new when you get stuck, but the game rewards you with new either and items when you get certain milestones, which keeps it interesting. You can also gets hints if you need them by watching ads, or paying for them. Guess it has to make money somehow, but the ads aren't horrible either. Overall a fun and addicting game, though it can get a little tedious scrolling through all of the things you have made when you get further along (though they have a search feature and other ways around the kludginess). Check it out if you liked Doodle God and games of that ilk.
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The First Curse
Little Alchemy is just like the Flow games. Theyre amazing and fun, and they'll keep you occupied for a good while. But once you finish it, there isn't any reason to keep it installed. Like the Flow games I find that I'll 100% complete it, and then delete it. Then sometime later (months later) I'll redownload it and beat it again. This game does have amazing replayability. The only major complaint is that the sorting could be better. Overall it's a great and enjoying experience though.
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