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KAtomic

KAtomic

KAtomic version 3 using KDE 4.0.63 running on Windows XP


Developer(s) Andreas Wuest, Stephan Kulow, Cristian Tibirna, Dmitry Suzdalev
Publisher(s) KDE
Platform(s) Cross-platform
Genre(s) Personal computer game, Video puzzle game
Mode(s) Single-player

KAtomic is a simple educational puzzle game that is part of the game package which ships with the KDE desktop environment. It is a clone of the early 1990s commercial game Atomix. It employs simplistic two-dimensional view of a molecule. The Elements that make up the molecule are disassembled into separate atoms and scattered around the play field. The player is expected to reassemble the molecule, thus completing current level and moving up to the next one.

Game Rules

  • Game pieces can only move in one direction at a time.
  • Once an atom begins moving it will not stop until it meets either a wall or another piece.

External links

  • KAtomic Handbook
  • KAtomic at KDE games
  • kp-atomix A javascript / html version using katomic graphics and game levels.
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