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Good game!

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What a unique and awesome concept! I loved it! 5 stars!


Nice game, really fun to play for me

Is this available for x86 linux systems?

Sorry, I'm afraid there is no x86 Linux build of the game. .. 😔

Thanks for the reply!

very great game I had alot of fun playing it 

Super fun game. Puts the pressure on you that's for sure!

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We dont plan to develop this game further in the near future.

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I really enjoyed this one! The design was clever and the minimalist look made me feel like a real scientist lol

How do I actually play the game with my windows 7 computer

Mhh, as far as I know, the game should be compatible with Windows 7 – have you tried both, the 64bit and the 32bit version?



If you guys develop this further, a vr version would be very good and immersive 

As much 'fun' as VR would be with this, the distance to go from one side to the other gets very long.  The jumping and running that takes place would become likely vomit inducing.  Another version of this game would be very interesting (based around standing in a more confined area).  However I'm not sure how well a VR adaption of this would do in terms of just not making people sick as it is set up now.


Love the sounds in this game :)

I LOVE this game. I like the aesthetics and the challenge. I'm okay with there only being one map, but maybe randomize the objects along with the other things? That's all I got .

Really cool concept and I love that the sandbox mode allows for manipulation of that concept in so many ways! The minimalistic style is cool but I think a more vibrant, colourful style would be more emersive.  But other than small things like that, I have nothing to complain about and the game made for a really fun video as well!

Interesting idea!

AWESOME GAME DUDE !!  really loved it i enjoyed making the video  and playing the game wasnt the best gameplay but i hope you like it 

why is it under the "free" tab when I have to "name my price"?

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Because there's the option to pay nothing. Above the prize input field there should be a link: "No thanks, just take me to the downloads"

One of the most original games I've played in a while :) 

Love how this game tests both my brain and my adrenaline  at the same time. If the lab was bigger, that would make it WAYYY more challenging! :D


so thanks to jacksepticeye's video I found this game a few days ago and loved it and I came back just to make a profile so I could comment with some ideas it gave me: 

1- if the lab setting were bigger and more ingredients were available, it would be kind of cool if certain containers were breakable or spillable, just to add some "be careful" challenge as you moved. And maybe they have different effects to help or hinder if they splash you or if you drank some. and oh no you just dropped the beaker with your last sample of Exotium, now you're definitely going to shrink all the way... 

And if the different chemicals have different effects, you could take a gamble and sip on one of them to see if it's going to maybe give you back a few more inches, or instantly shrink you by a foot... 

2- the whole "racing against a physical change that's making your life more difficult" concept is excellent and I think it would work with some other changes as well. Growing too big and breaking beakers or equipment. Gaining weight and moving slower and having a hard time squeezing through smaller gaps. Inflating and starting to float off the ground, better get that stuff mixed before you get stuck on the ceiling! Maybe your character starts turning into a monster, slowly, and loses their mental faculties so ingredients become hard to identify and recipes can't be read properly. Maybe they start getting thinner and thinner until they're intangible and can't pick up objects or use any equipment. 

The changes could all be randomized so you don't know what you're going to get at the start of the game until it starts happening. Or maybe you made a mistake with the antidote and fixed your first problem, only to develop a second. 

3- Imagine a 2-player co-op mode. One person is the scientist who can properly identify ingredients and understand how to mix them and operate the equipment. The other is the lab assistant/intern who's not great with figuring stuff out yet but they're more nimble and strong at moving objects around. They have to work together to fix the changes happening to one of them, or for extra hardness, BOTH of them. Scientist gets too fat and traps intern in a corner. Intern shrinks down and has to be carried by the scientist, someone blows up and floats by the ceiling and has to be pulled by the other player... and both players could choose to be scientists or lab interns for that extra challenge. 

sorry for the wall of text but like there's just so much potential here, if it were a much bigger game with more content I could easily see you guys launching this on Steam or something for $10-15. And I'd buy that shit right away heheh. Had me some fun playing with the different shrinking and speed settings on this. ifyouknowwhatimean.jpeg

It turns out that I suck at video games. 

Damn, failed right away, this concept is really interesting though, i wonder if you could make a full game around this!

Loved this game! & it made me actually use my brain! Not something i do often haha! :D

Excellent game. The concept is just amazing and I never got bored of it! 10/10


Your game has a pretty unique concept!!
The fact that you're a scientist that makes coffee using all these compounds and machines is super awesome. :P
Visually I really enjoyed the minimalistic design. Not using textures makes the purpose of the game much more apparent. You're able to spot the beakers and vials easily, without losing them in the environment. Also the lighting and shading of the game is looking pretty. Generally a totally fitting look to the game.
Gameplay wise you made a really enjoyable experience. Only a few games have used a science theme, and even fewer have used that succesfully like you! The whole shrinking concept is fascinating and the game actually makes you feel what happens to the character. Not being able to move heavy objects around and losing speed are elements that create an immersive experience. Also the idea about the made up compounds is brilliant! It gives you a feeling that you're indeed in a lab. On top of all of these you've added a lot of parameters to play around and that gives extra replay value.
Audio wise the game is on point. Not too much, just everything you need to feel the intensity of the moment.
Overall I enjoyed your game a lot! It is rare to see games using concepts like science in such a creative way!
I wish you the best for your next projects!!

whenever i press download it takes me back to the same page does anyone know how to fix this issue


This is one of the BEST games I have ever played and it's FREE!!! I spent well over 2 hours just trying different modes and having a blast! 10/10 I would definitely recommend this game to anyone!!


This is SO MUCH FUN! Mess around with the custom settings to make it crazy! Really great to play with a friend and see who can win first!


I have afew problems:

Inside the sandbox on custom difficulty i crank the prccesing steps to 8 but it then dosnt spawen in a notebook making the game impossible to beat. Ive only beaten this once andt hat was beacuse i hadnt used the microwave yet so i used that on my chemical. Either way great game, just fix that plz


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Hi I watched Alex play it can someone tell me if it's fun to play yourself because I'm not going to download it unless it's fun


There Is A Sandbox Mode (free)

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Uhm I got a weird "bug", i guess?

The camera is constantly rotating to the top left, making the game prety much impossible to control.

Does anyone here know how to fix this issue?

[EDIT] The problem fixed itself, Unity had a problem with my Gamecube Controller adapter...

That issue has been reported before, but we haven't found anything yet, I'm afraid!

What are your system specs? Do you have a game controller attached?

CPU: Intel i5-4690

GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 960

No Controller attatched

Had an issue with the game not initiating the ending dialogue and therefore not finishing, but ignoring that it was a pretty fun little game. 

Did you have sandbox mode on? It doesn't play the end dialogue in sandbox mode.


Great original game i enjoyed playing it. really repayable as every round is different. ive never seen a game like this and i love the idea


Hey! Thanks for making such a cool game! I really enjoyed playing and recording it and the pressure to get all the keys in limited time was also challenging!

I would love some more scenarios using this game mechanic in the future.

Here is the video of me playing it... There were some technical difficulties on my end so apologies for the audio :P

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You guys made an AWESOME game here! I like the Custom settings- you can change your character's starting height. This opens up a lot of role-playing 3' 3" tall Vaporeon. DON'T JUDGE ME, OKAY!?

I loved the gameplay, however, when i put all the keys into the antidote processor, i could never move past that stage. Very frustrating as i repeated the game in order to complete it over 15 times. Otherwise great game.


When you're desperate for some coffee.

Got stuck in a continuous left spin and upward angle. Thought it was part of the game but guess not. Still fun! 9/10

Played a bit of this on my channel! Was not successful in unshrinking myself, but still had a lotta fun. :P 

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