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Sokobond A Puzzle Game About Chemistry

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Sokobond is an elegantly designed puzzle game about chemistry. It's logical, minimalist, and crafted with love and science.

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The game itself looks like one of those "oh this looks easy...wait what?!" types of games. Looks nice. I love science so this appeals to me but then it could get pretty confusing, I was never very good at it.

The game will be released on the 27th of August and is 15% off until the 3rd of September so grab it now for a cheap deal!

They are also looking for help on Steam's greenlight, so spare them a vote.
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q4a 22 Aug, 2013
Looks like katomic (KDE game)
Anonymous 23 Aug, 2013
Quoting: q4aLooks like katomic (KDE game)

Also reminded me on that one.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atomix_(video_game))
Looks like katomic is just a clone of Atomix.

Sokobond is slightly different though.
But no doubt where they got their inspiration from.
Alan Hazelden 23 Aug, 2013
Hi there, I'm one of the developers of Sokobond. :)

Actually we hadn't heard of Atomix before starting the project. It's not terribly surprising that we're not the first to think "what if we turn these arbitrary blocks into atoms?", but fortunately Sokobond plays very differently to Atomix! Our main inspiration was Sokoban and similar games.
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