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Key Features
- An enormous quantum playground: 118 elements to fuse
- Become a legend: Each Physicist that discovers Elements 119 and beyond gets to name it!
- Built for competitive Physicists: Place your name in the global leaderboards and earn some bragging rights
- Controls to fit every play style: 3 control schemes to suit right-handed and left-handed players – including the (lucky) ambidextrous
- Achievements Galore: Unlock all the secrets of the (in-game) universe!
- Everlasting challenge: Exponential difficulty equals infinite replayability
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