A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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Atomic Reconstruction is a atmospheric Puzzle game, where you have to use the power of fusion and fission to create and modify specific atoms or groups of atoms.

Experience 33 unique challenges in the atmospheric world of chemistry.

The game features a online highscore.

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rated 2.0 out of 5 stars
(8 total ratings)
Tags2D, Atmospheric, atom, challenging, Isometric
Average sessionA few minutes


Buy Now$1.99 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $1.99 USD. Your purchase comes with a Steam key. You will get access to the following files:

Atomic Reconstruction version 1.3 [Windows] 83 MB
Atomic Reconstruction version 1.3 [Linux & Mac] 89 MB


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I'm really digging this game so far, but I'm a little confused by #22: I've got my Hg, i've got an H, but, uh....now what? How do I complete the puzzle?


Tthe mechanic for this is to get them both into one cell as a compound.

There is not really a tutorial for that mechanic (sorry about that) so here is a short explanation on how to get that:

You need a total mass of 202 (201 for Hg, 1 for H) in a single cell. You can get that by stacking a certain number of lighter materials on top of each other, these all need to be the same element. When you have that you can fuse them together and get the HG-H compound.

A example would be to use 202 H, stack them all together and then fuse once. This is obviously not a good solution since it requires tons of steps but I dont want to give away the optimal way ;)


Aaah, I understand.  Neat.  Guess I'll see if I can figure out that optimal solution :D


Is there a logic to how I can combine cells together, or do I just need to learn them?


If the mass of the 2 is equal to the mass of another element it is possible to combine them.

If the 2 cells are equal you can stack them ontop of each other.

Thank you very much

Is there a level editor or random-generated mode?


No but I am considdering a map editor for quite some time now.

Yeah, that would be awesome!