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Game – Alchemic Phone 7 for Windows Phone 7
If you are an old timer, you may remember the old DOS game Alchemy. If so, you will find this one interesting. The idea behind Alchemic Phone 7 is to find all the 395 elements. You start out with 5 categories or Realms and you have 6 elements available that are part of any one of these realms, then your objective is to mix and match these elements with new the ones attempting to unlock a new realm. Graphics are quite simple but effective enough. Please leave feedback to XDA member andycted.
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This is a brand new Alchemy game for Windows Phone, taking its concept from the old DOS game ‘Alchemy’.
You start with 6 elements (no, not just 4) and proceed combining them to form new ones, in order to recreate the entire known world/universe of hundreds of elements.
The game already includes almost 400 discoverable Elements, divided in 14 Realms, but will grow substantially with future updates and your suggestions. In fact if you have an idea for a combination or feel that two elements should react, the game provides a direct link for the suggestion.
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