Aquatomic
Aquatomic
1.0.1

4.6

Aquatomic free download for Mac

Aquatomic1.0.1

10 May 2004

Arrange atoms into logical structures.

Overview

Aquatomic is a logic game. The goal is to arrange atoms into structures on a game board in order to advance to the next level. It is similar to the Sokoban game, but the player isn't represented by a piece in the game.

The objective is to solve puzzles by moving molecules around. Solving the increasingly difficult levers in as few moves as possible is quite a challenge. Aquatomic is based on the KDE game KAtomic, but sports a nice Aqua UI.

What's new in Aquatomic

Version 1.0.1 fixes some bugs in the puzzle game.

New in this update, the miniature view of the level updates properly on Panther systems, and the Hall of Fame score submission is once more operational.

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How would you rate Aquatomic app?

4 Reviews of Aquatomic

4.5
Anonymous
14 November 2003
Version: 1.0

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After playing Pocoman for Windows, I was looking for a good Sokoban-like game for Mac. Aquatomic has a great nerdy twist on Sokoban-style games. Very challenging and great game play. It's nerdy appeal would be evident to anyone who's taken organic chemistry.
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5
Alex-B
11 November 2007
Version: 1.0.1
I wish there was a new version for Intel Leopard. It runs fine, but I'd love the source so that I could port this to the iPhone.
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5
Anonymous
20 March 2005
Version: 1.0.1
Awesome! Great work! Thanks! :-D
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3.75
Anonymous
28 January 2004
Version: 1.0
I never liked chemistry in high school but luckily the game requires no working knowledge of molecule shapes. I put it on my lap top and it was a great way to fail classes last semester. Entertaining and challenging.
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4.5
Anonymous
14 November 2003
Version: 1.0
After playing Pocoman for Windows, I was looking for a good Sokoban-like game for Mac. Aquatomic has a great nerdy twist on Sokoban-style games. Very challenging and great game play. It's nerdy appeal would be evident to anyone who's taken organic chemistry.
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