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by Ailys - 48 Hour Compo Entry

Phi-projekt is a musical/puzzle/experience.
Since I haven't had time to explain this in the game, here's the story.

You are Viktor, a (mad) scientist who cast apart from the scientitific elite because he has a lot of ideas well... quite dangerous.
Since then, his only purpose is to find the ultimate weapon to enslave and/or kill the other scientist if no one gives him some respect and a Nobel prize.
His working in both the physical and chemical field and swear only by the power of the tiniest elements : atoms, nucleos, quarks...

You'll be his hands while he experiments things in experimental chamber : he tries to split apart atomic elements to produce the most powerful weapon.
You'll have to move things in the experiment chamber to keep the elements moving and splitting.

To move things around, drag&drop the things you can. Depending on the material, the bounciness isn't the same.

If you press number pad "5" key, you'll gain access to the initial gameplay : using the UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT to control the right hand and the A(or Q)/Z (or W)/S/D to control the left hand. You can only move things by moving both hands onto the material. While both the hands are overlapping the material, you can move it. Beak apart the double overlapping and the material will fall.

Sometimes, when there are too much sprites on the screen, the game can freeze.
There's no game over (neither by winning or losing)
Some strange collisions with the Drag&Drop control
Not a lot of variety with the sounds (no time)

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soy_yuma says ...
Apr 24, 2012 @ 3:40pm

I didn't understand what to do, sorry :-( I mixed the molecules until they were not mixed anymore.

I think it's a big fault not to have a win/lose condition. However, the idea is good in general!

vilya says ...
Apr 25, 2012 @ 1:56pm

Looks cool from the screenshots, but applets don't seem to want to run in my browser so I couldn't play it. Sorry!

whitetigle says ...
Apr 25, 2012 @ 2:16pm

I found it difficult to play (and slow on my netbook). But the gfx were cool as well as the sfx :)

FredericRP says ...
May 4, 2012 @ 10:45am

Well, the audio and the chain reactions were nice.. but I never succeed to do anything with the hands ? :(

May 5, 2012 @ 1:31am

There was not much room for interactivity, but looks good.

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