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Atomas - Logic Puzzle about fusioning Atoms

02-12-2015, 05:11 PM
Joined: Dec 2011
Posts: 63
Atomas - Logic Puzzle about fusioning Atoms

I'm currently polishing my newest puzzle game.

How it works:
You start with 6 Atoms which range from Hydrogen to Lithium.
In the middle of the field a new atom appears which you have to position in the circle. You lose when your circle is full.
From time to time a plus atom spawns, if you shoot this plus between two identical atoms they fusion into a higher atom.
But this isn't enough. You need to build up symmetry in your circle which will lead to big chain reactions, since a fusion only stops if the left and right atoms are not of the same type.
Sometimes a minus atom appears, you can use it to absorb and replace an atom or to sacrifice it for a plus.

So it's not to hard to learn and play the game, but you will need a good strategy if you want to get to the high elements like silver and gold because after a while your circle will be full of different, chaotic sorted atoms.

To adjust the game to your strategy there are lucky charms which differently effect the game.

I'm not a good explainer, take a look at this litte GIF preview:

It will be available for iPhone and iPad in about 2 weeks for FREE.
If you liked Threes this is definitely something for you.

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Have a nice Day,
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02-12-2015, 06:08 PM
Joined: Feb 2015
Location: Vancouver Island
Posts: 22
Hmm, I do happen to like Threes.

Looking good man, presentation is slick and the mechanics seem tight. I'll give this a gander once you release it. Cheers.

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