Atomas is a game by the developer Max Gittel latest puzzle casual games. The game uses a similar play and 2048, starting from the minimum mass of the hydrogen atoms, two lithium helium synthesis, and so on to get progressively more massive atoms.
Your little universe starts with hydrogen atoms only but with the help of the energy rich plus atoms you are able to fusion two hydrogen atoms into one helium atom, 2 helium atoms into one lithium atom and so on. Your primary goal is to create the valuable elements like Gold, Platinum and Silver.
But watch out, if your universe is overfilled with to many atoms it will cause a big crunch and the game is over.
One way to prevent this is to build up long symmetries in your atoms and start big chain reactions.
From time to time minus atoms appear, use them for absorbing and replacing atoms within your universe or sacrifice them for a plus atom.
You see Atomas is not hard to play, but if you want to get to the top you’ll need a good strategy, which keeps your atoms organized.
By creating new elements like oxygen or copper you unlock lucky charms, which effect the game in various ways and adjust it to your strategy.
It may be simpler than it at first seems, but the chemistry element adds a nice bit of educational value to the fun. Chain reactions are needed for high scores, but simply fusing a couple of elements together is fun enough thanks to crisp presentation.
Anyone can pick this up in a flash--no science degree needed. Unlocking elements brings new effects or 'charms' that mix up the game. The numbers correspond to atomic numbers, which is ideal for someone needing a bit of a revision break.