Chiral is a fusion between the scientific concept of atomic bonding and the addictive game play of Tetris. Players are challenged to form bonds between atoms to create inert molecules before the atoms overflow from a vial. Points are scored by the complexity of the molecular pattern and the speed with which it is assembled. Not to worry, a doctorate in atomic chemistry is not needed.
MacUser awarded this new definition of fun with their Shareware of the Year Award for 1994. MacWeek says "With the release of Chiral, Ambrosia is breaking its creative bonds...With repeated play comes an appreciation of the subtle beauty and elegant sophistication of its design." Inside Mac Games calls Chiral "a uniquely creative action-strategy game that is just as much fun to watch as it is to play."

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