Reaction : chemistry 101

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    Reaction: Chemistry 101 is created exclusively for Aldrich by Madpea Productions in association with Orange Island.

   Sigma-Aldrich is a leading Life Science and High Technology company. Their biochemical and organic chemical products and kits are used in scientific and genomic research, biotechnology, pharmaceutical development, the diagnosis of disease and as key components in pharmaceutical and other high technology manufacturing.

    For more info on events at Sigma-Aldrich in SL, visit http://sialisland.wordpress.com

It is a serious game, an ‘interactive mad science game’ where players travel to lab stations at various locations around Aldrich’s sims, and perform unique experiments.    

To help you perform these experiments, you should have received a HUD, a Chemistry Book.Use this book to collect the materials needed for the experiments, as well as for instruction on the experiments themselves.

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     You will have to find the 9 hidden stations and materials yourselves. A notecard provide the 9 SLURL : stations and materials are very close to them.

 

Go The goal of the game is to create a firework.

    About MadPea Productions:
    MadPea Productions is devoted to interactive games in Second Life. Their website at http://www.madpea.com to learn more. All players are registered online  and the statistics on Reaction are included in a  Statistics page on the website. http://www.madpea.com/stats_Reaction.php

Go there , to play this game : SLURL

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