An addicting puzzle game about atoms, fusions and alchemy.

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Akshay Bharwani
Akshay BharwaniHunter@akshaybharwani · Just a Student, for now.
Just give it a try. You'll definitely love it.
Abhiram@maribha · Cool Tools Hunter
@mrsirnik I discovered this on product hunt 3 weeks and have been hooked since. I have got to Radon (41) so far. It jogged my memory of the periodic table. Though, I noticed that some elements after Calcium (20) do not have their actual atomic number. For instance, Titanium is 21 and Chromium is 22. Any reason for this?