A downloadable game for Android

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Discover what life and everything is made of in this educational puzzle game!

Full version features:

- Assemble chemical molecules and compounds from the 6 elements of life
- Build 35 different compounds over the course of 35 different playing fields
- Compete with other players all over the world for the best solution
- Collect up to 3 stars per level based on your performance
- Enjoy neat graphics and relaxing music
- Learn interesting facts about each compound
- Unlock 7 unique achievements
- Customize your gameplay experience
- All compounds double-checked by a D. Chem ( Doctor of Chemistry )
- No time limit
- No in-app purchases
- No ads

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
Made withAppGameKit
Tags2D, atomix, atoms, Brain Training, Casual, chemistry, Cult Classic, molecules, Retro, sliding
Average sessionA few minutes
LinksHomepage, Google Play Store


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MolecoolsDemo.apk 22 MB

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The target SDK for Molecools has been pushed to API level 31 (Android 12).

Molecools is now compliant with Google Play’s latest target API level policy chances and will work on the latest smartphones.

Looks great& the molecular puzzling experience is original enough appeared a little like a game called bots 

Thank you for your feedback :)

I don't know about bots, do you have a link?

A very old game c-bots (familiar) source code standard c, shared worldwide, there was a code people could use and supply with the robots that had a very simple logic that they went into an arena and fort it out. Haven't seen the game for a few years but the logic behind it I have tried to recreate as it's similar to the processing of logic DOS used for its instruction set, and the Atari ST had a fantastic logic using gate technology. look up C-robots :)  

Aaaah, that rings a bell. I heard about that game or a some clone years ago.

Thanks for the info!