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Alxemy

Playing God has a bit of a poor reputation: the kind of reputation that leads to torch and pitchfork wielding villagers smoking you out of a burning windmill. However, Alxemy, the new Doodle God-esque puzzler by Hyptod, reminds us that sometimes combining elements to make new life feels more like toying with a new Lego set, rather than a crime against nature.

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Alxemy Walkthrough

General Information

  • There are 8 categories of elements.

    1. Natural Elements

    2. Plants

    3. Sea Creatures

    4. Reptiles and Amphibians

    5. Insects

    6. Birds

    7. Mammals

    8. Miscellaneous

  • Click on a category to open the sub-menu located on the left of the screen.

  • Click on the up and down arrows to scroll through the sub-menus.

  • The sub-menus are ordered alphabetically.

  • Click and drag elements from the sub-menu to the mandala in the centre of the screen, then click on the edge of the mandala [circle] to confirm each combination.

  • Only 2 elements can be combined at a time.

  • When 2 elements have been successfully combined, drag the result to the small circle to the right of the screen. This can also be used to discard elements.

  • When a combination is successful, the screen will display the category in which the item fits. Click the back arrow at the top left of the screen to return to the game.

  • Clicking on the globe at the top of the screen will display the various ecosystems with the animals and plants so far created.

  • Clicking on the House icon displays the realm of Humans.

  • Clicking on the Cupboard icon located under the House icon, displays the Miscellaneous [Man-made] items.

  • Game options are at the top right of the screen, including Achievements, Sounds, Music and Game Settings.

  • The test-tube at the top right of the screen indicates how far you've progressed through the game.

  • The note directly beneath the test-tube provides 3 links to be clicked to gain 3 elements needed to complete the game.

  • You don't need a Facebook account to be able to progress. Simply clicking on the links will provide you with the elements.

  • The Handbook button links to a walkthrough.

  • Items that are yet to be created are listed at the bottom right of the screen.

  • The red-headed scientist at the bottom gives you hints as to which elements can be combined.

Walkthrough

Primary Elements

You start with the 4 basic elements:

  • Air

  • Earth

  • Fire

  • Water

Clay

Mud + Sand

Cloud

Air + Fog

Coal

Fire + Tree

DNA

Mud + Lightning

Darkness

Earth + Sunlight

Fog

Air + Water

Ice

Fog + Water

Lightning

Fire + Air

Moon

Sunlight + Rock

Mud

Water + Earth

Sand

Rock + Air

Snow

Ice + Cloud

Steam

Fire + Water

Sunlight

Fire + Lightning

Rock

Earth + Fire

Plants

Cactus

Sand + Flower

Fern

Air + Seaweed

Fir

Snow + Tree

Flower

Sunlight + Grass

Grass

Earth + Moss

Moss

Rock + Seaweed

Mushroom

Earth + DNA

Palm Tree

Sand + Fern

Reed

Water + Grass

Rose

Flower + Thorn

Seaweed

Sunlight + DNA

Sunflower

Sunlight + Flower

Thorn

Sand + Grass

Toadstool

Toad + Mushroom

Tree

Earth + Fern

Waterlily

Water + Flower

Sea Creatures

Catfish

Cat + Fish

Crab

Sand + Trilobyte

Eel

Lightning + Fish

Fish

Water + Plankton

Orca - Killer Whale

Paint + Whale

Plankton

Water + DNA

Sea Lion

Lion + Water

Shrimp

Water + Trilobyte

Stingray

Fish + Thorn

Trilobite

Rock + Plankton

Whale

Water + Mammal

Reptiles and Amphibians

Frog

Mud + Salamander

Lizard

Sand + Salamander

Salamander

Air + Fish

Snake

Eel + Lizard

Toad

Earth + Frog

Turtle

Rock + Salamander

Insects

Bee

Bug + Flower

Bug

Trilobite + Tree

Dragonfly

Bug + Reed

Scorpion

Sand + Bug

Birds

Bird

Air + Lizard

Catbird

Cat + Bird

Crow

Coal + Bird

Duck

Bird + Water

Loon

Duck + Paint

Magpie

Crow + Paint

Owl

Bird + Darkness

Penguin

Bird + Paint

Mammals

Arctic Fox

Fox + Snow

Badger

Earth + Weasel

Bat

Air + Shrew

Bear

Mammal + Honey

Beaver

Water + Shrew

Camel

Sand + Horse

Cat

Man + Panther

Chimp

Mammal + Tree

Dog

Man + Wolf

Fox

Earth + Wolf

Hedgehog

Thorn + Shrew

Horse

Grass + Mammal

Human

Flute + Chimp

Jerboa

Sand + Shrew

Kangaroo

Jerboa + Pouch

Koala

Bear + Pouch

Lion

Sand + Panther

Mammal

Earth + Lizard

Muskrat

Reed + Shrew

Otter

Weasel + Water

Possum

Shrew + Pouch

Panda

Bear + Paint

Panther

Mammal + Darkness

Pig

Mammal + Mud

Platypus

Duck + Beaver

Polar Bear

Snow + Bear

Raccoon

Tree + Weasel

Rat

Muskrat + Earth

Red Panda

Fire + Fox

Sheep

Mammal + Cloud

Shrew

Earth + Mammal

Skunk

Weasel + Paint

Squirrel

Tree + Shrew

Tasmanian Devil

Rat + Pouch

Weasel

Lightning + Mammal

Wolf

Moon + Mammal

Wombat

Muskrat + Pouch

Zebra

Horse + Paint

Miscellaneous

Bagpipes

Pouch + Flute

Brick

Fire + Clay

Cart

Wheel + Tree

Clock

Cog + Hourglass

Flute

Air + Tree

Cog

Wheel + Thorn

Glass

Fire + Sand

Honey

Bee + Flower

House

Brick + Tree

Paint

Click on Facebook link on page under test-tube

Pot

Wheel + Clay

Pouch

Click on bottom link on page under test-tube

Hourglass

Glass + Sand

Snowman

Snow + Man

Virus

DNA + DNA

Wheel

Click on Gamesgames link on page under test-tube

Zombie

Human + Virus

Thanks to chiktionary for the walkthrough!

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Alxemy Walkthrough

General Information

  • There are 8 categories of elements.

    1. Natural Elements

    2. Plants

    3. Sea Creatures

    4. Reptiles and Amphibians

    5. Insects

    6. Birds

    7. Mammals

    8. Miscellaneous

  • Click on a category to open the sub-menu located on the left of the screen.

  • Click on the up and down arrows to scroll through the sub-menus.

  • The sub-menus are ordered alphabetically.

  • Click and drag elements from the sub-menu to the mandala in the centre of the screen, then click on the edge of the mandala [circle] to confirm each combination.

  • Only 2 elements can be combined at a time.

  • When 2 elements have been successfully combined, drag the result to the small circle to the right of the screen. This can also be used to discard elements.

  • When a combination is successful, the screen will display the category in which the item fits. Click the back arrow at the top left of the screen to return to the game.

  • Clicking on the globe at the top of the screen will display the various ecosystems with the animals and plants so far created.

  • Clicking on the House icon displays the realm of Humans.

  • Clicking on the Cupboard icon located under the House icon, displays the Miscellaneous [Man-made] items.

  • Game options are at the top right of the screen, including Achievements, Sounds, Music and Game Settings.

  • The test-tube at the top right of the screen indicates how far you've progressed through the game.

  • The note directly beneath the test-tube provides 3 links to be clicked to gain 3 elements needed to complete the game.

  • You don't need a Facebook account to be able to progress. Simply clicking on the links will provide you with the elements.

  • The Handbook button links to a walkthrough.

  • Items that are yet to be created are listed at the bottom right of the screen.

  • The red-headed scientist at the bottom gives you hints as to which elements can be combined.

Walkthrough

Primary Elements

You start with the 4 basic elements:

  • Air

  • Earth

  • Fire

  • Water

Clay

Mud + Sand

Cloud

Air + Fog

Coal

Fire + Tree

DNA

Mud + Lightning

Darkness

Earth + Sunlight

Fog

Air + Water

Ice

Fog + Water

Lightning

Fire + Air

Moon

Sunlight + Rock

Mud

Water + Earth

Sand

Rock + Air

Snow

Ice + Cloud

Steam

Fire + Water

Sunlight

Fire + Lightning

Rock

Earth + Fire

Plants

Cactus

Sand + Flower

Fern

Air + Seaweed

Fir

Snow + Tree

Flower

Sunlight + Grass

Grass

Earth + Moss

Moss

Rock + Seaweed

Mushroom

Earth + DNA

Palm Tree

Sand + Fern

Reed

Water + Grass

Rose

Flower + Thorn

Seaweed

Sunlight + DNA

Sunflower

Sunlight + Flower

Thorn

Sand + Grass

Toadstool

Toad + Mushroom

Tree

Earth + Fern

Waterlily

Water + Flower

Sea Creatures

Catfish

Cat + Fish

Crab

Sand + Trilobyte

Eel

Lightning + Fish

Fish

Water + Plankton

Orca - Killer Whale

Paint + Whale

Plankton

Water + DNA

Sea Lion

Lion + Water

Shrimp

Water + Trilobyte

Stingray

Fish + Thorn

Trilobite

Rock + Plankton

Whale

Water + Mammal

Reptiles and Amphibians

Frog

Mud + Salamander

Lizard

Sand + Salamander

Salamander

Air + Fish

Snake

Eel + Lizard

Toad

Earth + Frog

Turtle

Rock + Salamander

Insects

Bee

Bug + Flower

Bug

Trilobite + Tree

Dragonfly

Bug + Reed

Scorpion

Sand + Bug

Birds

Bird

Air + Lizard

Catbird

Cat + Bird

Crow

Coal + Bird

Duck

Bird + Water

Loon

Duck + Paint

Magpie

Crow + Paint

Owl

Bird + Darkness

Penguin

Bird + Paint

Mammals

Arctic Fox

Fox + Snow

Badger

Earth + Weasel

Bat

Air + Shrew

Bear

Mammal + Honey

Beaver

Water + Shrew

Camel

Sand + Horse

Cat

Man + Panther

Chimp

Mammal + Tree

Dog

Man + Wolf

Fox

Earth + Wolf

Hedgehog

Thorn + Shrew

Horse

Grass + Mammal

Human

Flute + Chimp

Jerboa

Sand + Shrew

Kangaroo

Jerboa + Pouch

Koala

Bear + Pouch

Lion

Sand + Panther

Mammal

Earth + Lizard

Muskrat

Reed + Shrew

Otter

Weasel + Water

Possum

Shrew + Pouch

Panda

Bear + Paint

Panther

Mammal + Darkness

Pig

Mammal + Mud

Platypus

Duck + Beaver

Polar Bear

Snow + Bear

Raccoon

Tree + Weasel

Rat

Muskrat + Earth

Red Panda

Fire + Fox

Sheep

Mammal + Cloud

Shrew

Earth + Mammal

Skunk

Weasel + Paint

Squirrel

Tree + Shrew

Tasmanian Devil

Rat + Pouch

Weasel

Lightning + Mammal

Wolf

Moon + Mammal

Wombat

Muskrat + Pouch

Zebra

Horse + Paint

Miscellaneous

Bagpipes

Pouch + Flute

Brick

Fire + Clay

Cart

Wheel + Tree

Clock

Cog + Hourglass

Flute

Air + Tree

Cog

Wheel + Thorn

Glass

Fire + Sand

Honey

Bee + Flower

House

Brick + Tree

Paint

Click on Facebook link on page under test-tube

Pot

Wheel + Clay

Pouch

Click on bottom link on page under test-tube

Hourglass

Glass + Sand

Snowman

Snow + Man

Virus

DNA + DNA

Wheel

Click on Gamesgames link on page under test-tube

Zombie

Human + Virus

Thanks to chiktionary for the walkthrough!

@Mike: I Think you're missing Sunlight in the Walkthrough.

@ The Shades

sun = fire+lightning

Good call, fixing it now. Thanks!

It is definetly better than Doodle God in some ways, and the hint lady pratically gives away the answers with the hints for most of them.

Also, TBH, the whales really should be in the mammals category.....

Eh, mammals are in the "sea creatures" category. I'm okay with that.

Good news for the "missions":

Even if you don't have Facebook, clicking the links unlocks the relevant objects.

Minor gripes about scientific realism aside, they actually had some clever combinations and ways of linking them together. For the most part, the combinations are actually more logical than some of the ones in Doodle God.

I have a bad feeling you should support there activity to win 100%

PS: The fact that the comment section vanishes while I'm writing is annoying

[Please wait for the page to load completely before commenting. The comment section disappears if you are not logged in, and is replaced with the "sign in" and "comment anonymously" links. I apologize if this is confusing or annoying to you. -Jay]

it's a nice game, but it does feel like it's ripping off Doodle God... however, the combinations aren't exactly the same, which I like. i.e. fire+water=alcohol in Doodle God, but in Alxemy, fire+water=steam (which makes a bit more sense to me.) it also has more charm, and seems geared for younger kids. I enjoy it, but I think Doodle God is more fun (and it's organized better.)

I got down to my last item, the Red Panda, and I can't figure it out. I have no more hints and all the combinations I've tried, mainly with the Weasel, don't work. Please Help!

Did this game just require me to post about it in facebook to advance in the game?

Seriously.... Get a grip dear game designers. Social Media is all cool, but having to do as intergral of a game (that is not 4square or so) ...

Okay I know, you just have to follow the link, as yet they cannot check if you really followed em or posted about em, but I still see it as quite unethical business practice.

Otherwise yes, this game is better than doodle god.

Personally I keep imagening a game called "Open Alchemy" or so, that allows players to add new combos and elements. Too bad I dont find the time/energy to code it. When I'm retired I'll do it =)

Err, so I got 119 out of 119, and now what? Some little fireworks in the build screen that I almost missed? No animations? No congratulations? What gives?

[CONGRATULATIONS! \o/ ...feel better now? ;) -Jay]

@Username, I herby grant you the Medium Master Alxemist Badge for completing the game which allows you to add 30 worthless points that dont make fun of kongregate.

Duh, I went back up and read all the way through, not skipping anything, and there it was...fire + fox = red panda. Totally not genetically correct, but I guess it works for this game. Thanks Tricky!!!

Jay and fuzzyface have made the game totally worthwhile now, thanks friends.

LOL

Loved the game. Even if it is largely influenced by Doodle God, and it is a bit better, Alxemy stands out as individual work.

Now, if those two could be... well... combined into something new; if doodle god had simillar quick hint feature (although not so blatantly easy) and great epic scene of all things discovered, there would be truly a fantastic game. Hope there would be more of this kind of games!

When I saw the words "red panda" I stopped reading and started playing (my favorite animal, borderline obsession.) Glad I did. This is a great game.

Effectively blackmailing me to advertise the game so I can play it properly... inexcusable.

One reason I avoid Facebook games is the fact they often make drafting additional players mandatory, and it always feels dirty to me, like I am unwillingly participating in a pyramid scheme scam. If I choose to get involved in a social activity with other people, than that choice should be mine, not forced upon me by a game. If the game wants me to get my friends to play it, then it should offer some ways so we can play it together, not bully me just so I can keep playing.

So yes.. 1 mushroom for this game. So, so BM.

i clicked on link,and shared it on facebook,but the answer is still locked o.O what should i do??

Sadly...trying to combine "bat" and "human" as well as trying to combine "hedgehog" and "fox" did not work. Potential for Easter Eggs in game = fail.

I really liked it until I lost all progress when I quit for a meeting. Would have been nice to know that up front.

You do not have to play this game on Facebook if you do not want to. I didn't even know it was on Facebook until I started reading this blog for help with one item (the red panda).

Heh--the only one I really got stuck on was, amusingly enough, humans...apparently only one kind of art suffices for the clue, which is a little annoying.

You don't need to go on facebook to play the game, but as far as I can tell you DO need to go on facebook--and even make a post about the game--in order to COMPLETE it by getting

the paint and the pouch, for instance.

I hate it when games do that, and agree with baba44713 and fuzzyface. In order to have the satisfaction of completing the game, you are manipulated into doing viral marketing for them. Naturally companies want to spread the word about their game, but the downside is that many players will be annoyed and alienated. Do they consider that a worthwhile tradeoff? It makes me feel like they care more about getting as many hits as possible than they do about making an enjoyable game. (What, the icons and links for facebook, digg, etc. both in and outside of the game aren't enough?)

Once I realized I could not go further in the game, I quit, as I do when other games prompt me to make inane posts on my personal facebook page in order to continue.

Enjoyed the game otherwise, too bad.You don't need to go on facebook to play the game, but as far as I can tell you DO need to go on facebook--and even make a post about the game--in order to COMPLETE it by getting

the paint and the pouch, for instance.

I hate it when games do that, and agree with baba44713 and fuzzyface. In order to have the satisfaction of completing the game, you are manipulated into doing viral marketing for them. Naturally companies want to spread the word about their game, but the downside is that many players will be annoyed and alienated. Do they consider that a worthwhile tradeoff? It makes me feel like they care more about getting as many hits as possible than they do about making an enjoyable game. (What, the icons and links for facebook, digg, etc. both in and outside of the game aren't enough?)

Once I realized I could not go further in the game, I quit, as I do when other games prompt me to make inane posts on my personal facebook page in order to continue.

Enjoyed the game otherwise, too bad.

[Incorrect. You only have to click the link it provides for Facebook to complete the task. We confirmed this during our evaluation phase and prior to publishing the review. -Jay]

The red panda makes sense when,

You think of alternate names for that specific animal.

The fire fox.

If you look at where it sits in the mammal list (which is otherwise alphabetically sorted), you'll see that the name was changed after much of the game had already been implemented.

We're sorry for forcing you to click links and do stuff. Our next games will not use such aggressive promotion that affects gameplay.

JiGuest/Jay Indeed, clicking the link sufficides. But the ingame text is still trickery into making the player believe that s/he must do that.

@hytpod good to hear, I've nothing against a not too obstructing "had fun? tell your friends about it" suggestion somewhere.

Now to completely ignore the law of equivalent exchange and commit that which is a taboo in alchemy (fma: look it up!)

I wish there was a button that would make the girl say the next hint, I probably wouldn't have needed the walkthrough if I didn't get tired of waiting for her to finish congratulating me. That, and I never got virus because it never occurred to me that I could combine two of the same thing, as I don't think I ever had to do that for the rest of the game.

I agree that alternate solutions would be delightful, and that it was somewhat of an inconvenience scrolling up and down the lists when they became lengthy. However, I didn't have any problem putting away elements. This was a nice little game, though I found the world's contrasting art styles (vectors vs paintings) slightly off-putting.

Why did

the zombie have clothes while the poor human was naked the whole time?

So sad... ;)

I was hoping that

fire+fox = firefox

so disappointed : D

how do you get that bucket thing? or the wooden wheel thing?

Its missing how to make the wheel

How do you make a rat!! Please tell me!

How do you make paint? (please help)

how do you make wheels

How to create the RAT
1. REED + SHREW = MUSKRAT
2. EARTH + MUSKRAT = RAT

how do you make a magpie?

i need to know how do I can make wheels? :)

Hi,
Thanks a lot for the walktrough, it really helped me on the red fox and the kangaroo.
I played the game on a dutch site. You didn't have to go on face book in order to complete the game there (you get the wheel after you discovered 25 elements, the paint after 50, and the poutch after 75). I really liked it.

so..you can create darkness with sunlight?

Alxemy can't be ripping off Doodle God, because Alxemy came first.

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