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By Chemical Heritage Foundation

This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.


Chemical reactions don’t just happen—you have to make them happen. ChemCrafter lets you build your own lab to run fun and creative experiments. Use the Chem-o-convertor to measure energy released and gain points that unlock new experiments, equipment, and chemicals. Use your new supplies to craft more gases, liquids, and solids.

As your strategy guides you through experiments with water, acids, and salts, you’ll create surprising color changes, encounter fire and smoke, release various gases, and shatter equipment as your achievements earn you an impressive set of trophy-room badges.

What's New in Version 1.0.5

- Updated formulas

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Customer Reviews

Leaves much to complain about

I rate it with 2 stars because I think you have a fruitful concept but the state of this app at the moment is frustrating. First of all, make it more realistic and educative. I think this should be more like a virtual lab than just another silly game. Second, stop forcing people to pay for the app - I think that at least one third of the apps content and features should be for free. Wish you luck with the app.


I think that you guys have a great concept, but it crashes when you try to pour the test tube sometimes and the reactions have to be more realistic. I wanted to use this for chem to see the different reactions and how they react without actually having to do them. Also the costs and time are wasteful for people who really want to use this educationally.

Ruined by inexplicable timers and "currencies".

This could have been good. But it seems like it was meant to be a freemium game that then decided not to be. The experiments aren't especially educational (mix this with water, seriously?). And the timers to acquire reagents along with the currency to acquire reagents plus the need to grind experiments that use free reagents in order to buy reagents for later (hopefully more interesting) experiments just drains what little fun there is to be had. Way to make chemistry seem boring, guys. Sheesh

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  • Free
  • Category: Games
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.0.5
  • Size: 156 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.

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