Atoms is a Flash puzzle game of elegant design that loosely borrows elements from Chemistry for the basis of its gameplay. Created by Florian Bliesch of Hamburg, Germany, the object of the game is simply to connect all of the separate atoms together to form a single molecule.
The interface is straightforward and intuitive: just drag and drop the various atoms near one another to fit them together. If the two pieces fit, they will attach themselves automatically. If they do not fit, they will not attach. It's just that easy. Continue fitting the pieces together until there are no unused bonds (stick-like parts) and no unused holes. A rule of play that may help you along the way: atoms of the same color do not attach together.
For each level you complete, the game will reveal a password that you can use to start again from where you left off. Therefore, your progress is not automatically saved.
Atoms is a quality casual Web game that will seem immediately familiar to most people with its elegantly simple gameplay. Click.