Alchemy mod: 4 elements to rule them all

  • Lord_Bowserinator
    July 2016 Member 0 Permalink

    Epic :D

  • wolfy1339
    July 2016 Member 0 Permalink

    Here's my progres:


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  • cxi
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  • tptquantum
    July 2016 Member 2 Permalink

    jacob2:

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    You should have THDR, if not just enclose it and use AIR tool

    I also got stuck after that point (with a bit more elements), I wasn't involved in coming up with the reactions. Maybe I'll have to look at the map savask/sopa made. If it is too hard to progress we could always add more reactions.

     

    Map?

  • tmo97
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  • cxi
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  • jacob2
    July 2016 Member 0 Permalink
    Well it would ruin the point of the game if I posted it. Also, it is old and might be inaccurate (sopa made it ...)

    NO MAP FOR U
  • savask
    July 2016 Developer 0 Permalink

    tmo97:

    @tptquantum (View Post)

     I was thinking the same, kinda lame of them not to share it with us.

     Well, it would be weird if we spoiled the solution to the game right from the start.

     

    There was a spreadsheet we used to plan reactions in and a visual map which showed elements and relationships between them as a big tree (it's more of a visual aid, actually, it omits some details). Sure those are kinda "secret", so I don't think we are going to reveal them in the near future. But as some people are already reading mod sources in order to find reactions, I'm not afraid that the process will get stuck.

     

    By the way, I think you all could collaborate on your own spreadsheet and solve the game together.

  • SopaXorzTaker
    July 2016 Member 0 Permalink

    For those asking: there must be more than 10 instances of a particle for it to be registered. There are some exceptions though.

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  • Lord_Bowserinator
    July 2016 Member 0 Permalink

    Progress so far: http://imgur.com/fKPP7zs