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Use your logic and helper's hints to combine different elements into new ones. Create new elements by placing 2 items onto the transmutation circle and clicking it.
P.S.: Alxemy is inspired by the awesome DOS game: www.steinruecken.de/alche my/download.html
I think this game is really cool. It combines creation and alchemy together. I think some of the creatures are really cute puns. CAT+FISH=CATFISH. More animals should be covered in the future, especially for each continent (I would love to see a guinea pig!!). I could have done without the zombie since it felt out of place. Overall a great concept and game.
This is kinda spore, i like it :P
This game lackes it.
You don't have to actually do anything for the website items besides click the link. So just click it and close the window. Derp.
This is NOT Doodle God. Save it.
Read the description, it was inspired by another game. Doodle God wasn't the first, nor will it be the last game of this genre.
I repeat, Genre!
The interface in this game is far easier to use than Doodle God. I like the hints. Unlike Doodle God, it doesn't solve the combinations for you. Some of them are logical enough for you to get immediately and sometimes you just have to wait for the clue to give you a boost on which two elements to use. The clues usually point out which two very subtly.
I like being able to see how my world is shaping up after I've created species or elements.
The drag and drop is simple enough. It doesn't crowd out your screen. All it takes is two and after you're done, you can either toss it or try to make another creature/element.
What I don't like about this is that you've made it impossible to finish the game if you do not have a Facebook account. Visiting the site is fine, all you have to do is click the link. However not everyone has a Facebook or wants one, therefore I think this is a disadvantage and takes the wind out of an otherwise soothing game experience.
So because I've been alienated for not having a Facebook, I can't possibly give this the 10 it deserves, but a 8.
I gave you a 5 because it's well worth it. But achievement whores like me can't finish this game.
Two of your "missions" require a facebook account.
Since I don't have one, that means I'm unable to finish this game.
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