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Apr 6, 2012 | 5:46 PM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place April 8, 2012

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Trainee 10 Points Unlock the 10th element.
Adept 25 Points Unlock the 11th element.
Master 100 Points Unlock the 12th element.

Author Comments

!! UPDATE: Medals should be fixed as soon as the new version decides to go live. Thank you everyone for your comments and suggestions! We read all of the comments and they are very helpful. We desire to make this the best game possible. If you want us to for sure see your suggestions please post them here: http://bit.ly/IXztec

What wonders await those brave enough to follow the alchemical path of magic? Transmute the magical elements together in your cauldron to form great and valuable creations. Collect resources to attain a masterful level of skill.

Faerie Alchemy is a game by Subsoap.

This game is also free on iOS and Android. Search the stores! We will be updating this game with MANY features, and we will be keeping this game free forever, no third party ads, no in-app purchase, no pay to play. Just a great game for free.

Current Features:

- Easy to learn but difficult to master game mechanics.
- Can you create all of the alchemical elements?
- Collect elemental resources for future use.
- Get and surpass local and online highscores!
- Learn the practice of alchemy!

This game is still in development. If you have suggestions for how we can make it better please join us in our support community: http://bit.ly/IXztec

Your 5-star rating motivates us to release more updates and make more games.

Reviews


blurrymadnessblurrymadness

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 13, 2012

have been playing it a bit for a few days. 12th element is only really attainable by luck. I've had several 200,000-250,000 point games and just had a 447,000+ game and something like 7 of the 11th elements but getting what you need becomes so sporadic that it's a gambler's game by the time you hit the 150,000 area.


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DeadCobraDeadCobra

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 13, 2012

This is very good


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Madame-MeepersMadame-Meepers

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 13, 2012

Hmm... It's an interesting game but I can't seem to get the medals working. I've already unlocked the 10th and 11th element but the medal system won't register.


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SquirrelfurySquirrelfury

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 13, 2012

My only real complaint is that the controls aren't as smooth and intuitive as on a touch screen. It's not as easy with a mouse. Though this isn't exactly a groundbreaking concept as a game, it's otherwise well done. I like the music, sound effects and graphics.



xXCrowXxxXCrowXx

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 13, 2012

Good, fun game with (as is often the case in this genre) much more strategy than is immediately apparent.

I do have to complain about the scoring, however. While falling object puzzle games are plagued by luck dependence as a fundamental part of their design, the fact that your score can literally be tripled at any moment is out of line, and your carefully constructed, organized board can be completely wrecked by getting a (for instance) Sun+Flower at the wrong time, with substantially less you can do to repair the situation than in other block falling and clearing games. The result is that your final score in an individual game feels completely unrelated to how well you played it.

I suggest the following changes:

1. Don't allow elements of a certain value to be made unless the value on the board matches the value of the NEXT element. This will allow your score to increase by at most 66% in a single lucky pull rather than the current 200%.

2. Allow the player to veto a piece, with the player to accumulating 1 such skip per unlocked element.


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