Atomas is one of the most original and interesting games that we have seen on Google Play. As the name of the app suggests, here you will be dealing with atoms and the chemical elements that they create.

The game starts with a simple tutorial that shows you how to play it and after exactly seven steps you are on your own. The main goal in the app is to combine atoms, create new elements and then eliminate them by using special “atoms”, so to say, that will allow you to combine existing atoms or eliminate certain ones that do not fit – an activity that brings you points. When the number of the atoms exceeds a certain threshold, then you fail and you can start a new game. The ultimate goal is to get as many points as possible but this will not be an easy task.

Atomas features simple but colorful 2D graphics and virtually no sound – or we didn’t hear any, by the way. This is not a drawback as the absence of this feature will make you think better. Despite the 2D graphics we can say that this free game looks great and we believe that you will like the visuals of this Android game.

To wrap it up we can say that Atomas is a great free game for your Android device. It brings some more knowledge about chemistry to children that do not have it and it makes your brain think harder. In addition the app brings innovative gameplay that you will likely not see anywhere else so just go ahead and give this game a try!

Atomas is here on Google Play.

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