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Sokobond is an elegantly designed puzzle game about chemistry. It's logical, minimalist, and beautiful - crafted with love and science.

  • Over 100 levels of molecule making mind-benders
  • Featuring a gorgeous original soundtrack by Ryan Roth
  • No chemistry knowledge required


  • IndieCade 2013 - Finalist
  • PAX10 2013 - Finalist
  • IGF 2014 - Honourable Mention
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Alan Hazelden
Harry Lee
Harry Lee and Ryan Roth
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Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: XP
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Storage: 100 MB available space

System requirements for Linux

  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Will attempt to install Adobe AIR, on less common distros this may need to be done manually.

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: Mac OS X v10.6
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
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Sokobond reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Sokobond is a Game in which you have to Connect chemical Elements to create a new Element. It belongs to the Game genre of slider puzzles in which the Game elements are to move in a certain Order in order to get the desired Connection of all Elements at the End. In some cases, the Elements are Positioned in such a way that there is sometimes only one Way to connect them together. In addition to positioning the chemical Elements, Blocks and Elements are also distributed in the Worlds to Separate the Compounds. The Blocks make it difficult for the Player to Move in the World in parts that are already connected. If the Player Gets to a Point where he can no longer continue with the desired Connection, he can Undo the previous Steps Or completely restart the Level. At the End of each Level, the Player is shown a Piece of information about the created Element. What is Ammonia And what is it needed for in Our Environment. In this Way, in addition to the fun Of the Game, you also have the Opportunity to learn something. The Design of the Game is simple and is a lot of Fun due to the Choice Of colour. Thanks to the Animations, the Info after each Game with additional Illustrations and the beautifully designed Puzzles, the Game is highly recommended!
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
As the Name suggests, Sokobond is as similar in principle as Sokoban. However, instead of Boxes, Atoms or Radicals Are pushed around here. The Goal is to create a Molecule in the End that no longer has unpaired valence Electrons. This may sound complicated at first, but it is not (at least in principle). In each Level, you take Control of an Atom and form Bonds with other Atoms by touching them (or in the Case of Helium by pushing them near other Atoms) until each Electron of each Atom (represented by a small Circle on the Edge of the Atom) has entered into a Bond. In the first Levels, this is still done quite directly, but later there are other Game mechanics, such as double And Multiple Bindings, or the Possibility to change the Orientation of the Atoms. Each of these Game Mechanics is explained in the first Puzzle in which it occurs. Thus, even someone who has no Pretending to Chemistry will quickly understand what to do. The User Interface is Also strongly oriented towards the Topic of Chemistry. The Levels are selected, for Example, via a Kind Of Periodic table, which itself is also divided into Subgroups. These color-labeled Subgroups summarize the Levels that include similar Game Mechanics (such as creating and Splitting multiple bonds). Thanks to This Design element, solving one level unlocks several new Levels. So, if one is a Puzzle too difficult (which will be the Case several times), you can try another one first. The Game presents itself in minimalist Look (look at the Screenshots on the Shop Page), which sums up the Essentials, not distracts from the Game itself. The Whole thing is Accompanied by relaxing ambient Sounds. So you can concentrate fully on the Puzzles and break your Head nicely. Conclusion ideal for Relaxing. Those who like to play Puzzle games and are not completely averse to chemistry will have fun with Sokobond for a few Hours.
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