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Breaking Good

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As many of you are wondering how the game works, here's a brief explanation. You have four views of the puzzle so that you can see the totality of available blocks to match. You can swap one block vertically or rotate an entire horizontal row of blocks so that you can make several matches at once if available. You can also shuffle blocks which may result in several matches at once and help you to reach the goal faster. The smallest number of blocks you can match is 3 which will give you 1 atom and for each additional matched block you get twice more atoms (e.g. 4 block matches gives you 2 atoms, 5 block matches gives you 4 atoms and so on). You can see those atoms in the counter on your screen. You can match any number of blocks in any shape (with a minimum of 3 blocks, as stated previously). To advance in the game you must reach the goal indicated on your screen. For example to make water (H₂O), you need either two 3 block matches or one 4 block match of H (hydrogen) to get 2 atoms of H (hydrogen) and also one 3 block match of O (oxygen) to get 1 atom of O (oxygen). On the top of the screen you have total score, last match/combo score and the best match/combo score. It's more advantageous to make combos as the total score is the sum of all atoms multiplied by the match count. Let's say you've got 5 matches at once with the score of 1, 1, 2, 4, 4, then the total score would translate like this: (1 + 1 + 2 + 4 + 4) × 5 = 60. When the goal is achieved, a new goal will be set and the elements will be replaced accordingly. For example, all carbon blocks will be replaced with uranium, all sulfur blocks replaced with potassium and so on, so that you don't lose any previously available match/combo.
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Release date
Aug 1, 2017
Developer
SeekSick6
Publisher
SeekSick6
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP SP2+
  • Processor: SSE2 instruction set support
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DX9 (shader model 3.0) or DX11 with feature level 9.3 capabilities
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
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Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
Game-Meditation on the theme of chemical elements-the original concept of the idea of "three in a row." An Unusual look at "Three in a row": The concept is far from new, but the developer was able to create a small cozy space giving a fresh breath of air in this game concept. Game Space: We have a cylinder with chemical elements in Front of us. We see it from four different sides-in order to be as convenient as possible to find the cherished combinations of chains. The Main task: We are shown a combination of chemical elements, and our task is to find them on the playing field. After collecting our cherished combination-the field is updated and a new task appears-to find a new combination of chemical elements. Is knowledge of chemistry Required? Since The main idea of Breaking Good is built around chemistry-this question arises. No-Knowledge of chemistry, valence and table Mendeleev we will not need. What did you like? -Very cool, pleasant and relaxing music; -You can continue the game after exiting it; -The Development is handled by a simple and very responsible person, together we were able to make the game work correctly on my gland. My First run of the game looked like this: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1650131183 Multiplatform: A Separate thanks to the developer for supporting platforms such as Linux and macOS. Always a pleasure when you do not forget about your game platform. Recommend? Lovers relax and meditate-yes! You can advise those who want to distract from serious projects, those who want to "kill time" and "Pump Up" their attentiveness. ► Curator for Steam macOS users. And games for macOS always work in Windows! ;)
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"Breaking Good" Logic puzzle "three in a row" with the elements of learning. Gameplay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QInWQL13Fg0 On The screen One 3d puzzle, shown from four angles (sides). We can move the whole series of cubes with chemical elements horizontally, and vertically only one cube one position up or down (swap two neighboring cubes). Our goal is to make chemical compounds by formulas. At the Bottom of the screen we write the name of the chemical compound, just above-its formula (it indicates the name of the elements and the number of atoms), and above it is the formula of what we have already managed to collect. To make any connection, it is necessary to make chains with three or more cubes of chemical elements from a formula. Each chain of three cubes gives us one atom of the chemical element drawn on the cubes. If in a chain of more than three cubes, each additional serves as a multiplier and increases the amount of the chain of atoms received for the connection. For example, having collected 3 identical cubes you will get 1 atom of a substance, a chain of 4 cubes will give you 2 atoms, out of 5 you will get 4 atoms. And you can collect atoms from the formula in any order! The Main thing is to collect enough atoms of each element from the formula. Look at the formula of what you have already collected, compare with the formula of the job and collect the chains of cubes with those chemical elements that are missing in your formula. Do not forget to stir the cubes sometimes! This makes it possible not only to avoid the hopeless situation, when there is no possibility to make the necessary chain, but also to get new chains randomly. Addictive puzzle game that can be hung for a long time. Gameplay is much easier to describe. The Game is not only exciting, but also useful! It helps to memorize chemical elements and formulas! You can read other reviews and subscribe to our curators. Welcome! 5 minutes of game
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