Webster defines Chiral as "a kind of symmetry found in atomic particles that is not superimposable on its mirror image." Ambrosia redefines this dry scientific definition with a mind-melter puzzle game.
Chiral is a fusion between the scientific concept of atomic bonding and the addictive game play of Tetris. Players are challenged to form bonds between atoms to create inert molecules before the atoms overflow from a vial. Points are scored by the complexity of the molecular pattern and the speed with which it is assembled.
But don't worry - a doctorate in atomic chemistry is not needed. An interactive tutorial, Chiral Basics, is included with the package. Chiral also has six separate difficulty settings and twenty-four levels of puzzling play, for a grand total of 144 screens of mind-boggling fun and excitement.
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