Atomix is a puzzle game. On each level, you are given a couple of atoms, and your task is to arrange them into a specific shapes.
In a top-down view, you see all the atoms available for you to move, and all the directions they can connect to. Down below on the left side is a small picture of what you must get. That picture represents some molecular structure that you must complete by moving atoms horizontally and vertically. Once you move your atom, it won't stop unless it bumps into something, so you have to use other atoms as blockades to prevent it from going into unwanted areas.
There are over 50 levels, and you have limited time for each level.
Now here is an excellent puzzle game. The idea is quite simple and very familiar. You need to slide the pieces into the right place. You can slide them up, down, left or right (you select/deselect them with enter), but they won't stop until they hit an obstacle.
So you need to position them just right and use them as obstacles to position the other pieces. But in addition, you're not just putting some random pieces together. No! You're creating molecules! The tiles you're sliding are atoms that need to fit the molecule (displayed in the bottom left corner).
Naturally every level is more difficult and to add to your troubles there is also the clock ticking away. The game also features a double player option and three different difficulty settings. What more could you ask for?
Well there are two things missing. There is no sound. Some background track and some possible effects (or at least a tune when you finish the level) would be appreciated. But even more important, there is no way to save the game! This means you'll need to replay the whole thing every time you start. If there weren't for these two negative points the game would get a pure 5!
I normally don't like puzzle games but Atomix is really one of the better puzzle games around because it really challenges your brain to think a lot. The game consists of that you have to place different objects together so it forms the same thing as you are shown on each level. Of course the game gets more and more complicated and you really have to try many different things before you can see the correct solution.
Every level have to be completed within some given time and the faster you complete a level the more bonus points you will get. Sadly you don't get a password once you have completed a level as seen in many other games and as you only have 1 life it can be a nightmare to try to play the same level again as you have to complete all the other levels again. The game offers two player mode all though I had a problem seeing how this will work. This is a recommended game if you want a good puzzle thinking game.
Do you like chemistry? Do you like puzzle games? If the answer to both questions is yes than this is the game for you. You will be given a molecule to create and the atoms will be scattered around. Make the given molecule and advance to the next level.
Atomix is a fun puzzle game with inventive education twist: your task is to combine atoms to form the required chemical molecule, e.g. 2 Hydrogen atoms and Oxygen for water. Each level also has a time limit in addition to the various obstacles you must maneuver around or avoid. Overall, it's a novel combination of puzzle and education that should satisfy both camps.
A great Puzzle-Game! Build molecules... - yep - the problem is, you can only give those atoms a push and they won't stop until they hit a wall or another atom. Sometimes it's very difficult to find a solution to put those parts together. But it's kind of addictive and even got an educational value. You start building simple molecules like water but soon things get more difficult without you even noticing. You'll find yourself muttering things like "now this can't be sooo difficult, there MUST be a way". You'll have to use other atoms as stoppers to get the others into the right position, this usually means that the easy ones have to be put into place last. Great fun and recommended for all ages.
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