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  • Daily 3rd Place September 18, 2008

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And Update 3: I was looking at the latest reviews and thinking that this little game turned out much better than we anticipated. This only proves that what makes or breaks a game is the player, we can only put the effort to convince him/her to play the game. We will surely make a Atomik Kaos 2. There are a lot of good ideas, I wonder if we'll find enough jokes to make it. Thanks for everything NG, you really helped us here.

Update 2: Second day out of bed... and now it's frontpaged and it's very early here... Thanks folks, this really means a lot us!

Update: Wow... just got out of bed, checked my email and there it is: a daily 3rd place. Thanks NG! We really appreciate your feedback and we are delighted with the 3rd place. THANKS! :)

Manipulate chaotic atoms on a chain reaction frenzy in this fun puzzle game and help to solve many of the world's biggest problems such as the panda shortage and bad breath caused by beer!

Hi everyone!

This is our newest game and as usual we want to hear your opinion about it. It was really cool to do it and we hope you find it cool to play it too! Later, "professor"! :)

Reviews


ErichoEricho

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Bumps everywhere

I love this game because it is a great puzzle game that really lets you think. If all else fails, you can simply click on any of the bubbles over and over and hopefully you will destroy your desired atoms by sheer luck. It was also cool how you could turn off the sound and music so you could just listen to something else while you played it. The graphics are good, with what they have at least. I appreciated all the little things that were just flying everywhere trying to make organization of it all. I shall recommend this for the Puzzle Collection now.



Jaxx050Jaxx050

Rated 2 / 5 stars

???

I found that there were very unclear instructions, e.g. for level 3 (maybe 4?), it says, beat it in 2 experiments, and i did exactly that,and multiple variations of it, and had just beat it previous the same way. any help?


VortixGamesStudio responds:

Hi

I believe you are speaking of level 4. The instructions are "Destroy all atoms in 2 experiments. Growth atoms (identified with the bitmap) don't count"

Unless something really weird happened, you are supposed to do what it says: destroy all the atoms although the growth ones don't count for the sum although you can destroy it anyway.

I'm sorry you had this experience but I really can't imagine what might went wrong.


Dragoon-of-deathDragoon-of-death

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

didn't like endless too much,

but the random scenarios in normal mode were fun :)


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AlphabettispaghettiAlphabettispaghetti

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

loves it but hates it

(i know if u read my bit with loves and hates u will think im a retard but im not so listen up) I love the game on normal but endless really isnt that good, sorry, great game though ^^


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VortixGamesStudio responds:

Not a problem mate, we just have to try harder with endless next time. :)


XopodsXopods

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good concept, but lacking something

I like the idea, but as other reviewers have said, it seems a little too based in luck... since it only takes a few seconds to play a level, it's easier to just keep restarting and "experimenting" almost at random instead of trying to line things up and time them well. The difficulty curve is also not smooth. Level 1 was pretty hard for a first level, while the level where smart bombs are introduced is pretty trivial. Level 7, with the shrinkers, seemed very hard to be done in only one try... why not make that one two tries?

You've also got a spelling mistake on the very first screen... you typoed "brought" as "brouhgt" or something like that.


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VortixGamesStudio responds:

Thanks. We are thinking of a way to have less luck involved in future versions.