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Now here is an excellent puzzle game. The idea is quite simple and very familiar. You need to slide the pieces into the right place. You can slide them up, down, left or right (you select/deselect them with enter), but they won’t stop until they hit an obstacle. 

So you need to position them just right and use them as obstacles to position the other pieces. But in addition, you’re not just putting some random pieces together. No! You’re creating molecules! The tiles you’re sliding are atoms that need to fit the molecule (displayed in the bottom left corner). 

Naturally every level is more difficult and to add to your troubles there is also the clock ticking away. The game also features a double player option and three different difficulty settings. What more could you ask for? 

Well there are two things missing. There is no sound. Some background track and some possible effects (or at least a tune when you finish the level) would be appreciated. But even more important, there is no way to save the game! This means you’ll need to replay the whole thing every time you start. If there weren’t for these two negative points the game would get a pure 5!

 


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