Chemical Allie

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A robot gone haywire.  Only one person can stop it!

The automated robot has started destroying everything.  Chemical Allie must return to stop it.

 

Brush up on your Chemistry and Periodic Table knowledge with this exciting new chemistry game from the makers of Agent X.

You are Allison, a chemist. You are so good at chemistry that they used to call you “Chemical Allie”. But you were recently fired from your job at Overpass Chemicals and replaced with an automated robot.

Now the robot has malfunctioned and is destroying everything in its path. If it is not stopped, it will cause mayhem. If humans cannot answer its questions fast enough, it can destroy the entire city.

You must complete the challenges to stop the robot.

The challenges are divided into six categories:

Atomic Numbers

Each element has an Atomic Number. The robot will show you the chemical name, you have to answer with the atomic number.

Chemical Names

Now, you are given the atomic number, but must answer with the Chemical Name.

Symbols

Each element has a Symbol. The robot will show you the chemical name and you must answer with the symbol.

Formulas

Combine the elements and they make new molecules. The robot will give you a formula, you must tell him the resulting molecule.

Molecular Weight

Each element has a molecular weight. The robot will give you an element name. You must answer with the molecular weight of the element.

Equations

Find the variable “?” to balance the chemical equation.

Stop the robot. Save the city. Show them what you know about Chemistry.

Chemical Allie Feature

Just some of our reviews

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A Google User on Google Play (16th March 2016)

Help please!
I was unable to view the entire periodic table on the S6 edge even after purchasing the $.99 separate periodic table within the (lite) trial version. In an effort to remedy the situation, I purchased the full version. I hoped that I wouldn’t encounter the same problem; however, I am still unable to see the periodic table. I really like the teaching approach of this game. I hope that this issue is quickly resolved so that I can fully enjoy the experience of this app.

Candace Jordan on Google Play (18th February 2016)


Nice game

Cris Capilayan on Google Play (17th September 2015)


I love it.it was a very nice applications

ABBA ALI on Google Play (10th December 2014)

Great

zankruti bhatt on Google Play (8th March 2014)

Cool way to memorize the symbols!
It definitely made it a lot more interesting than flash cards.

on Google Play (22nd February 2014)

Cool way to memorize the symbols!
It definitely made it a lot more interesting than flash cards.

Beth Dodd on Google Play (22nd February 2014)


Time saver

Cali Aldama on Google Play (2nd January 2014)

Time saver

Cali Aldama on Google Play (2nd January 2014)

Here’s how Chemical Allie is Doing

We love transparency, so we’ll show you how well Chemical Allie is doing in the app store (even when it’s not that impressive yet). Here’s some recent download stats from Google Play, the Apple App Store and the Amazon App Store

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