Molecularia is an addicting and educational chemistry-based puzzle game for kids and teens, where you have to connect up all of the available atoms in a maze in order to create stable molecules (making the least amount of moves possible). It’s a tricky and highly enjoyable brain-teaser that takes a bit of practice to get used to. Your goal is to create a molecule by moving and bonding the atoms (tiny, dense, positively-charged nuclei made of protons and neutrons, surrounded (orbited) by clouds of negatively-charged electrons). What? OK, don’t worry about that! You can see the solution in the game screen.
However, you are not shown how to arrive at this solution! Remember, you need to look at where the connecting anchors are on each atom, as connections between two parts are only available one way. There are 14 positively-charged levels to get through! Happy chemistry problem solving!
How to Play: Use the WASD letters or the Arrow Keys on your computer keyboard to move the atoms around the maze. Press the Spacebar to select another atom or Left Click on it with your computer mouse. Place all atoms in a way that they link to each other via the connecting anchors to build the molecule. You can see the Solution and the number of Moves you have made on the right hand side of the game screen. Have fun Master Chemist!