Excellent! This game is totally worth the price if you like the falling sand vein of games. It is a very easy way to kill time! To make napalm put plastic on an active heating coil. Get the melted plastic to touch a clone emitter. Let the melted plastic rain into gasoline. Napalm is the darker orange that settles at the bottom of the gasoline.
It's ok Some of the reactions just don't make sense.. but I love to see chemical reactions simulated like steam rising and then turning back into water and dripping back down putting out the flames. I would like to see a lot more in an update.
Very cool ! For the price.. its good. The ONLY thing that anoy me is that everything is not well oganised.. so you get lost easily with a lot of option not organised AT ALL o.o
Really love it but it needs more It was definitely worth the purchase but I got a list of things that'll make this game 100 times better. 1. Make the buttons more minimalistic so I can have more room to mess around with (it's WAY too small!). 2. ADD A FAST FORWARD BUTTON! (BTW I LOVE the reverse button.) 3. Add some filters! There was this similar game I had that has a blurry filter and it was really trippy lol. 4. Throw in some tutorials somewhere 😂
I like the game, but I do wish the playing screen was bigger, it would definitely be worth five stars then. BTW what a huge selection of elements, by far more than other games like this one.
Excellent! The best Android physics sandbox app I've come across. The play area is relatively small, but that's actually an advantage over all the others as it allows for more detailed refinement of structure etc. Well worth the money...don't hesitate.
- Added 12 new elements and 21 new reactions.
- UI and animation improvements.
- Improved support for very high resolution displays.
- Performance improvements.
- Minor bug fixes.
- Added 3 new elements and 8 new reactions.
[More detailed changelog available at: http://reactionlab.hforsyth.com]