Little Alchemy 2: How to Make Motion | Tips and Cheats

Welcome back to the science show little alchemists! Touch Tap Play is back again with another guide on Little Alchemy 2. Today we will be talking about motion, the physical action of something moving or moved. Motion moves the world around, and without it we would all be sitting ducks!

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Motion is one of the more complex scientific items in Little Alchemy 2, as it has plenty of possible combinations and it is the crucial ingredient in many different geographic-related items. We will show you how to make it in our Little Alchemy 2 guide on how to make motion!

Motion’s Possible Combinations

Motion has a total of nine different combinations, and we will list them all here in case you already have the materials already discovered.

  • Wind + science
  • Wind + idea
  • Wind + philosophy
  • Tornado + science
  • Tornado + philosophy
  • Stream + science
  • Stream + philosophy
  • River + philosophy
  • River + science

Don’t have the required materials, or you have no idea how to make them? Don’t worry, we have you covered! Read on to find out how to make all of the materials necessary to make motion.

We will focus on what we think is the fastest and easier combination, which is wind plus science. Here is how to make both.

(This Little Alchemy 2 guide was first published on Touch Tap Play)

How to Make Wind

Wind is required in three of the nine combos, so there is a good chance you will use wind. The easiest way to create wind is to mix air and pressure. Air is a starting element, so you don’t have to worry about that.

To create pressure simply combine two airs together. Combine the air and pressure and voila – you have wind.

How to Make Science

To create science, you need to mix human with three other materials. To create humans, you can refer to our other Little Alchemy 2 guide on how to create wood. Basically, the easiest way is to combine clay and life.

Life can be created by combining electricity with ocean or the sea. Next, stone and air will create sand. Earth and water will create mud, and mud and sand will create clay. Combine clay with life to get human.

Next we will need either telescope, microscope, or universe. The easiest one to create out of these three is the telescope, which requires sky and glass.

To create sky, you need to combine sun and atmosphere. Sun requires multiple steps, so first off planet is created by combining two earth to get continent. Combine two continents to get planet. Combine planet with fire and you get the sun.

To create atmosphere, create another planet, but this time combine it with air and you will end up with the atmosphere. Combine sun and atmosphere and you have sky!

Next up is glass, which is simple: combine fire and sand (stone + air). Finally, combine the glass with sky to create a telescope. Combine human with telescope and you have science, the final building block to motion.

And there you go! You now have access to motion, which is the material needed for fourteen different combinations.

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Jeremy Kanjanapangka
Jeremy is a Content Writer for Touch, Tap, Play, and has been writing in the games journalism industry for almost a decade now. With a degree in English and a passion for games, he loves to talk and write about all kinds of games. While you can find him covering the latest and greatest games, there is a special place in his heart for RPGs, action-adventure games, fighting games, and anything Nintendo related.

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