The "Isotopic 256" has the same idea as the original, but with some differences. The principle of equal numbers join to form the sum is the same, but this time, you must add the same elements to form an isotope. However, here the goal is to reach the isotope of mass 256 - since there is no element with mass as high as 2048.
The novelty is that the game elements such as beryllium and phosphorus appear as unstable isotopes, and if you take too long to join it with its equivalent, it disappears from the screen.

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TopNewestThis is awesome :D

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Its like 2048

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Cool. I couldn't figure out if this was available as an app. I assume it is....

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