How to Make Heat in Little Alchemy 2


Surely many would like to have divine powers to create various elements, such as fire, water, or even animals. In Little Alchemy 2, you can make those wishes come true. Combining various elements, players create everything they have enough imagination for. However, it is not always possible to combine what needs to be. So, in this guide, we will tell you how to create a Heat.

How to Make Heat

Heat is a simple element that can be created in several ways. It is necessary to create such elements as Warmth, Mercury, Explosion, and Cookie. Here are instructions on how to create Heat, step by step.

  • Earth + Earth – Land
  • Land + Land – Continent
  • Continent + Continent – Planet
  • Planet + Fire – Sun
  • Fire + Fire – Energy
  • Sun + Energy – Solar Cell
  • Solar Cell + Sun – Electricity
  • Air + Air – Pressure
  • Pressure + Earth – Stone
  • Stone + Air – Sand
  • Sand + Fire – Glass
  • Electricity + Glass – Light Bulb
  • Earth + Water – Mud
  • Stone + Mud – Clay
  • Water + Water – Puddle
  • Puddle + Water – Pond
  • Pond + Water – Lake
  • Lake + Water – Sea
  • Earth + Fire – Lava
  • Sea ​​+ Lava – Primordial Soup
  • Lava + Earth – Volcano
  • Primordial Soup + Volcano – Life
  • Clay + Life – Human
  • Light Bulb + Human – Idea
  • Idea + Fire – Heat

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Another way to create Heat is a combination of Energy and Air. You can see how to create Energy in the instructions above. We hope this guide helped you make a useful new item in Little Alchemy 2.

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