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What is Alchemy?

Alchemy is a computer puzzle game from PopCap Games. This game can be played online and various websites, minus some components, or a full version can be downloaded and unlocked for a fee. On mobile devices, the game can only be played if downloaded for a fee. The objective of the game is to turn a board of squares from lead into gold, by placing randomly generated symbols called runes on every square. The symbols used as runes at the lower levels are astrological glyphs, or symbols. As higher levels are reached, additional symbols such as droplets, lightning, cup, and om appear as additional colors.

This game can be started at three difficulty levels. Easy starts at level 1, Average starts at level 6, therefore the user’s 2nd board in average difficulty is level 7, with twice the score. Hard starts at level 11, with four times the scores. Each play also consists of a rune of a random color and shape being generated by the computer. The rune must be placed directly adjacent to at least one other rune, either above, below, or to the right or left. Runes located on a diagonal to the square have no meaning.

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Last updated: : April 4, 2014