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ChemCaper: Act I - Petticles in Peril
Genre: Adventure, RPG
Platforms: PC, Mac
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Tags: Education
Jan 11, 2016 @ 1:48am
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It's time to get curious (again)
The World’s First Chemistry RPG


ChemCaper is the world’s first Chemistry RPG where fun and facts bond to form a new game-education compound. (The EXACT equation is far too complicated to comtemplate.) Bringing one of the hardest subjects to life the way kids want to learn, on a medium they love!. Merging awesome gameplay with educational value, ChemCaper is set to introduce kids aged 10-14 to Chemistry on their own terms, way before it is introduced in school as “Chemisery”.

Petticles in Peril is the first Act in a series, transforming content from the IGCSE Chemistry Syllabus into leveling up and having fun.


What if your world came crashing down, and You. Weren’t. There.

Roub, a young Moon Being, is charged with searching for his people’s lost deity. He gets thrown into the lush world of Camp Ungku upon rumors that a glowing, mysterious being was there.

Having crash landed on the banks of sunny Camp Ungku, he is polarised into a cloudy search for answers, bearing the unnerving uncertainty of his parents’ fate as news of waves of attacks on his homeland, Reac Ta, crash upon his conscience.

Something sinister has turned the friendly petticles into vicious scheming creatures, aiding its motivation attacking the Moon Beings indiscriminately.

Young, pampered Roub now bears the weight of his world on his shoulders to demystify the conundrum that riddles it and its beings, whether he knows it or not.


  • ChemCaper brings together the best of both education and gaming. Kids get to engage the subject on a medium far cooler than any textbook ever could.

  • Real Time Battle system.

  • Mini-games bring Chemistry topics, minus the bore, in-game with passive learning.

  • Petticle bonding and battle mechanics introduce Chemistry concepts through play!

  • Great music concocted by Norihiko Hibino!

Music by 'Norihiko Hibino'

Japanese composer and saxophonist best known for composing soundtracks for the Metal Gear Solid series and Bayonetta is on board to bring ChemCaper’s score to life! We’re letting you touch base (no, it’s not corrosive, but we sure hope it’ll melt your ears off anyway) with a few tracks from ChemCaper from the legend himself!

ChemCaper - Camp Ungku Town Theme []

ChemCaper - Cinematic Track 3 []


ChemCaper was featured at Google I/O 15 as one of the games to look out for in the near future! Highlighted on their Android TV platform, ChemCaper has made waves across the globe before its official launch on mobile March 2016.

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hoo lee fook Apr 25, 2016 @ 7:55am 
nice game
Gerbil87 Apr 20, 2016 @ 9:16am 
I wish I had this way of learning Chemistry when I was younger... It beats sloogging through info in the textbooks for sure.
Potentiality12 Feb 11, 2016 @ 12:41pm 
Definition of "Caper":
n. A playful leap or hop; to jump around in a lively way.
n. A frivolous escapade or prank.
n. Slang An illegal plot or enterprise, especially one involving theft.
n. a culinary condiment made from the immature buds of the caper bush

Potentiality12 Feb 11, 2016 @ 12:19pm 
coneholes predate predisposition for preferring conic sections to alternate explanations
javierucu Feb 9, 2016 @ 1:26am 
hi, I think this project looks fantastic.Nice cover. This kind of games are exciting. Now i´m finishing the soundtrack in other game and it would be great to work beside such a promising team. I think my music could fit well in your project. You could listen some of it here: What do you think? my email is: Thank you. Good Job.
Philinarium Feb 5, 2016 @ 1:04pm 
Looks great. And a unique idea!
flesk Feb 3, 2016 @ 12:45am 
The game looks interesting, by the way, but I have no interest in Windows or Mac games.
flesk Feb 3, 2016 @ 12:44am 
I'll explain it for you: To get funding on Kickstarter they need to reach to as many people as possible. Most news sites only cover the huge projects these days since crowdfunding isn't newsworthy anymore, so the developers need to spread the word themselves. Steam Greenlight is one of the bigger platforms where they can do that and where it's relatively easy to get noticed, so it makes sense to start a project here.
tzubidu Jan 24, 2016 @ 4:45am 
:llama: and once again I'm confused why games that apparently not secured the money necesary to get made get greenlight. Anyway gratulation for Greenlight,
If you invite me to a scam Jan 22, 2016 @ 5:22pm