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Aug 7, 2009 | 9:22 PM EDT

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xtchsbrlxxtchsbrlx

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Periodic table?

yay! but a periodic table ingame would be nice.. i think.. also in your instructions, you didn't mention that the s orbital has to be filled first.. but ehh



NeonicalNeonical

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Eh.

Educational, but not really providing any challenge after one reading of the rules. Even then any person could probably figure it out once they test it enough.



CrobersonCroberson

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The Order isnt exactly correct, but still ok

It says it all in the above status.



AhroooogahAhroooogah

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

What?

I was so confused... i knew what the electrons were... but how do you play? It's basically guessing the order... but it was a good design, flash, and im sure it took a long time sooo... i give you 7



LadyFrenchLadyFrench

Rated 2 / 5 stars

nice to see science learning

unfortunately quite a few of the models are wrong. Carbon should be 2 high 2 low not 2 high 2 right. proper lewis progression is
1 high, 2 high for s sub-shell.
1 bottom 2 bottom, 1 right 2 right, 1 left 2 left for p sub-shell.
and as you don't get into the d,f,g sub-shells we'll leave them undiscussed


mbofarull responds:

OK........ carbon is very special atom. I just had the bad luck that it belongs to the first ten elements.