We're looking for a challenging but fascinating game of logic Atomic chaos.
History does not have a clear story, but there are a few sketches. A certain scientist has built a laboratory in the desert, and is engaged in secret and dangerous experiments. For 32 experiments, he needs to find that compound of atoms, which will lead to the desired reaction. While he was unable to find the desired component, he continues to search. With each series of the game Atomic chaos the professor plunges into the work, and we see how his schemes become more complicated.
Walking levels, solve problems on the destruction of atoms. You see how several colored atoms with arrows inside fly around the field. The more such arrows, the more parts will be produced by the explosion of an atom, and they will hit neighboring elements. Soon, too, will appear elements that, in the explosion, will scatter particles around the circumference. The scientific world counts on the success of your research. As you discover the new parts of the game Atomic chaos, you will encounter additional conditions in the work. There will appear atoms possessing enormous power and different possibilities. They are filled with energy, powerful radiation, a force field, a magnetic property. If one attracts neighboring elements, the other is pushed away. These are empty shells filled with gas.
Some atoms on contact with others are doubled, others are narrowing even more, and getting into them becomes more difficult. Some move in a chaotic order, others have their own distinct, indestructible trajectory. For each level you need your own tactic, which will lead to an amazing result. Going through all the series, you can easily cope with any other intellectual game.