Posts Tagged ‘SpaceChem’

Wot I Think: SpaceChem

By Quintin Smith on January 10th, 2011.

Don't worry! It is, on occassion, not quite as complicated as it looks.

When I posted about indie puzzler SpaceChem last week, I wondered if we already had one of the year’s best indie games on out hands. Since then I’ve lost many hours to its incredible chemical conundrums, and I’m very excited to tell you Wot I Think.
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Better Living Through Chemistry: SpaceChem

By Quintin Smith on January 6th, 2011.

Behold! I have made my pipe dream a reality.

Indie puzzler SpaceChem saw a quiet release on the 1st of this month, and in the two hours this morning that I spent playing it I’m not sure I stopped smiling. I’ll be getting Wot I Think up asap, so for now I’ll be brief: this game is incredible. I think we might have just received one of the year’s best indie games in the first week of 2011.
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Chemically Altered: SpaceChem

By John Walker on October 25th, 2010.

Ah, so the red and the blue lines represent... oh wait no I've no clue.

Putting the puzzling into puzzle games is SpaceChem. I’ve just watched the indie game’s trailer, and I’ve absolutely no idea what on Earth it’s all about. However, KB who kindly emailed me about it says it does make sense to him. So much so he’s able to conclude: “It looks like you actually design circuits or something to accomplish a task, such as combining molecules, I think.” Crystal clarity! You can watch the trailer below, for what looks like a genuinely intriguing game, by a developer with the best name I’ve seen in ages: Zachtronics Industries.

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