Solve puzzles by building machines and fighting monsters, all in the name of science!
SpaceChem is an obscenely addictive, design-based puzzle game about building machines and fighting monsters in the name of science! Take on the role of a Reactor Engineer working for SpaceChem, the leading chemical synthesizer for frontier colonies. Construct elaborate factories to transform raw materials into valuable chemical products! Streamline your designs to meet production quotas and survive encounters with the sinister threats that plague SpaceChem.
All you Humble Bundle purchasers know the drill. Check out your Humble Bundle download page for links to Windows, Mac, and Linux versions of SpaceChem, the mind-bending, molecular machine-building puzzle game by Zachtronics Industries!
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In SpaceChem, you take on the role of a Reactor Engineer, designing complex reactors that transform raw atoms into the complex chemicals needed to survive sinister threats on the frontier colonies of space. It’s a maddeningly addictive puzzle game, and the recent addition of a level editor in the included “ResearchNet” update ensures that you’ll have plenty of challenging atomic manipulation at your fingertips.
More than 150,000 Humble Frozen Synapse Bundles have been purchased with 8 days left in the promotion. Enjoy SpaceChem, and remind your un-bundled friends and family to visit humblebundle.com to score a deal on great indie games!
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Highest Rated (3 agree) 9/10
I'm at a point in this game where I can play this for very long amounts of time. This is a good thing. I get my next puzzle, close the game in disgust ("HTF am I supposed to do that!?!") then proceed to spend the next few hours or days thinking about how to solve the puzzle. It's a game you keep playing, even when you're not playing. Then it gets worse, you finally find a solution, but it seem inelegant. You are using too many components, it's taking way too many cycles. And the process begins again…
Oct 26 2011 by hackenstaben