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Thursday, August 18, 2005
Atomix 2004 is basically a remake of it's namesake. The object of the game is to assemble molecules from compound atoms. This is achieved by sliding the atoms around until you get a molecule that matches the one shown on the lower left of the screen. There's a catch though. An atom will continue to slide until it hits another object.

You can expect additional stages, new music, level editor, plus all the bells and whistles that the author could cram into it. Choose classic gamemode from the options menu to play levels from the original.

If you've enjoyed Paradoxion, this puzzler is for you. Everyone else can expect a headache out of it.

Name: Atomix 2004
Developer: Testaware
Category: Puzzle
Type: Freeware
Size: 5MB