by: Zachtronics • 979
Zachtronics' SpaceChem is super brainy, super complex, super difficult, and just plain super. You're a reactor engineer, and your goal is to set up a series of processes to transform raw elements into specific chemical products. Do it efficiently and effectively to meet quotas and outperform your peers. The puzzles are rich and complicated, including plenty that are user designed. The tutorial's enough to give you the basic idea, but you'll need to bust your brain over a couple levels before getting the hang of how to make the most out of your atom smashing. Note that the game is designed for tablets - playing on a small mobile device will likely just be frustrating, although you can feel free to try.
Tags: spacechem mobile
by Janel , Appszoom
Jun 09, 2014
NOTE: You may experience problems running SpaceChem Mobile on the Android runtime (ART). We're looking into it!
IMPORTANT: This game is designed for tablets with a resolution of 1280x800 or greater. If your tablet's resolution is smaller than this, PLEASE TRY THE DEMO FIRST!
Need help? Contact email@example.com!
SpaceChem is an obscenely addictive, design-based puzzle game about building machines and fake science!
Take on the role of a Reactor Engineer working for SpaceChem, the leading chemical synthesizer for frontier colonies. Construct elaborate factories to transform raw materials into valuable chemical products! Streamline your designs to meet production quotas and outperform other engineers!
SpaceChem Mobile is a faithful adaptation of the award winning PC game SpaceChem, and includes the full selection of player-created “ResearchNet” puzzles and a modified campaign tailored for Android tablets.
Awards and recognition for SpaceChem:
* Indie Game of the Year at EDGE Magazine and Gamasutra/IndieGames.com
* "I think we might have just received one of the year's best indie games in the first week of 2011." (Rock Paper Shotgun)
* Winner, Extra Credits "Genre Buster" award
* 7/8 at Out of Eight
* 89/100 at PCGamer
* 9/10 at Eurogamer
* 9.5/10 at Igromania