Bond Breaker

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An educational puzzle game that has you guiding your little proton with the mouse, avoiding obstacles and combining with particles and lasers for a variety of scientifically-accurate effects.

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Sadly it's not actually 48 levels. Only the first few topics have a full 6 levels, with the later ones only having 3 or four. Which is pretty disappointing because things start getting interestingly complex later on, but not enough is done with it. I would have liked this to just be the tutorial before the main level set incorporating all the concepts because there's a really great concept for a puzzle game here. It just isn't fleshed out as much as it could be.

I do like that all the physical interactions are present the whole time, even if a puzzle doesn't call for it. I solved a puzzle using the Van der Waals force before I'd been formally introduced to it.

-=MarkR=- October 23, 2014 1:04 PM replied to Regy Rusty

True, true.. Nevertheless I gave the full 5 stars, simply because difficult to understand fysics principles are made understandable in a nice and playfull way.
I will let my 7 and 12 year old daughters play around, let's see if they can understand it.

blastdragon October 24, 2014 1:43 PM

I can almost envision this happening in a real lab environment. "Hey John, look at this."
-"That proton is moving so what?"
"No John, look better. Look at the patterns. It even pushes the nano-spheres."
-"But that's not normal. Who does is move so unpredictable? And always on a 2D plane?"
"Don't know John...."


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