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Jul 24, 2012 | 1:34 PM EDT

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I am the atom. Atom of hydrogen. I want to be an iron, not a hydrogen, so I need to collect atom particles. Player can help me adjusting my way and releasing buttons at the right time. There will be 26 different and interesting levels in my journey, evil atoms and really difficult cases.

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gamergod2Ogamergod2O

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars August 11, 2012

Could've been a lot better.

When I saw this game, so many ideas flooded my head with the endless potential atomic science has to offer in terms of gaming. So when I saw it amounted to a generic puzzle game, I was really disappointed.
The game looks nice, runs nicely, and seems very polished. I didn't catch one glitch while playing this game. The fact that there are multiple routes per mission in most cases is also a perk. That's about it though.
Once I got to Phosphorous, I was rather bored. There wasn't anything that dealt with physics or chemistry or anything really to do with an atom, it only served as a nice way to describe what you're doing.

This was a nicely made game but you could've made the game about anything, not just atoms. Oh well, maybe some other day.
-GG2



FisherdecFisherdec

Rated 2 / 5 stars July 25, 2012

Really was excited to see someone made a game about an atom. Was hoping it would be innovative and educational like "Cellcraft". I was disappointed to see that the only educational value the game had were its random factoids after level completion. I'm not sure what "atom parts" are supposed to be or why the atom had to follow this specific path to get to the end (a green box?). I would have enjoyed this much more if the game actually had something to do with atoms.



cody1111111cody1111111

Rated 2 / 5 stars July 25, 2012

11 is sodium an alkali metal
just so you know


flashkycom responds:

"Natrium" is a latin word for "sodium" (that's why sodium have symbol "Na" in the system). In most countries it is common to use latin words in chemistry to help scientists from different countries understand each other.


jpuroilajpuroila

Rated 0 / 5 stars July 24, 2012

Level menu doesn't work and the progress is erased when the flash is closed.


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flashkycom responds:

Thank you very much, I fixed this!