Outer Space is packed with some of the most mysterious natural wonders within our known universe, having a massive influence on countless structures, life forms, and the entire planet itself. Little Alchemy 2 enables curious enthusiasts and gamers to craft some iconic items in various ways, but plenty of players wonder how they can make Space in the game.
Players can create Space using 5 different combinations in Little Alchemy 2, but the fastest and most common way is to combine the Sky with a Solar System. Players can create Space with only a few drags and drops with this combination, while other methods will require more steps and discoveries.
While the idea of creating Space from scratch in Little Alchemy 2 can feel perplexing at first, the whole creation process can be pretty easy with the right approaches and steps. Stick around to find out exactly how to create the Space element using somewhat realistic methods in Little Alchemy 2, including the required base items as well as the step-by-step guidelines.
Little Alchemy 2
The original installation of Little Alchemy was designed by Jakub Koziol and developed by Recloak Games back in 2010. This game allows just about any player to fashion a ton of awesome items from our world as we know it, as well as various iconic fiction aspects using the most vital building blocks that can be found in the universe.
Little Alchemy 2 is the sequel to the original Little Alchemy and was released back in 2017 with the addition of enhanced graphics, audio, and loads of new items, offering a super interesting and unique gameplay experience for anyone with a curious mind or creative streak. Similar to the original version of Little Alchemy, this drag-and-drop style game allows its players to create tons of items from a hefty list of objects and much more by mixing and matching materials, all of which are referred to as elements in the game.
When it comes to Little Alchemy 2, everything in the game boils down to experimenting with various base components and elements using some classic ingenuity and creative thinking skills – or, known recipes and combinations. The 4 natural elements in our universe make up the foundation of all craftable items and characters in the game, but players will continue gaining access to more and more complex elements through discovery.
“The game is based on an extremely old tradition of Alchemy. In the game, you start with 4 elements, Water, Fire, Earth, and Air. The first game had around 100 elements to create, but since it has received multiple updates, it resulted in 589 elements so far.”
This figure was the average total just a few years ago, but the list of craftables keeps on expanding with updates – there are now approximately 700 elements that players can create in the game (not including the other elements provided in content packs, such as Myths and Monsters). Players will need to combine any of the 4 base elements in certain ways in order to discover new elements, and then continue transmuting elements toward more complex items – until they finally end up with the intended product.
It may sound complex, but Little Alchemy 2 is actually an incredibly simple yet addictive game for all ages – it’s highly valuable for teaching purposes and much more. It’s an incredibly fun and creative way to encourage deep thinking and appreciation for even the most basic things we can find within our world. But, it’s definitely entertaining to just mess around with a seemingly endless list of combinations as well!
How To Make Space In Little Alchemy 2
It’s well-known that outer space holds some of the greatest questions to have ever been asked throughout history – a seemingly endless and expanding void that our solar system calls home. Described as “the realm in which planets and stars live”, Space in Little Alchemy 2 is quite influential as well since this element can be used to create a plethora of more complex items and elements in the game, namely:
|Space and Life||Alien|
|Space and Human||Astronaut|
|Space and Thermometer||Cold|
|Space and Solar System/|
|Space and Sword||Light Sword|
|Space and Boulder/ |
|Space and Earth||Planet|
|Space and House/|
|Space and Airplane/ Boat/ Car/ |
Metal/ Pirate Ship/ Steamboat/ Steel
|Space and Night/ Sky/ |
|Space and Day||Sun|
|Space and Explosion||Supernova|
|Space and Glass||Telescope|
|Space and Container||Universe|
Having access to the Myths and Monsters content pack also includes a couple of new combinations for players in Little Alchemy 2. One of these uses Space, where players can combine Space with either Deity or Monster in order to create Cthulhu.
Scientists have come up with quite a few explanations for how outer space and the universe came to be in the real world, and there have been a handful of theories that have stuck throughout history. Still, we may never be able to fill in the gaps concerning what lies outside of Earth’s line of sight with absolutely solid evidence and proof – our explanations may forever remain theoretical.
But, the creation of Space in Little Alchemy 2 is somewhat understandable – at least when compared to its unimaginable complexity in real life. There are currently 5 different combinations that Little Alchemy 2 players can use to make Space in the game, namely:
- Sky and Star
- Sun and Star
- Moon and Star
- Night and Solar System
- Sky and Solar System
However, quite a few of these combinations are rather tricky to follow, and they may take way more time than necessary. Oddly enough, while the Solar System element may seem to be the most complex, the Sky and Solar System combination appears to be the most popular method.
Follow the steps below to create the base elements for Space in Little Alchemy 2. It’s important to note that while the following details the basic steps, players will need to repeat certain steps since two or more of the same element may be needed in order to progress:
|1||Earth and Earth||Land|
|2||Land and Earth||Continent|
|3||Continent and Continent||Planet|
|4||Planet and Planet||Solar System|
|5||Planet and Air||Atmosphere|
|6||Water and Atmosphere||Cloud|
|7||Cloud and Air||Sky|
From this point, all players will need to do is combine the Sky and the Solar System that they have just created on the playing board. Combining these two items will create the Space element in Little Alchemy 2.
- Drag the “Sky“ that you’ve just created from the Elements Panel.
- Drop it onto the playing board.
- Select the “Solar System” element from the Elements Panel.
- Drag “Solar System” and drop it onto the “Sky“ on the playing board.
- Combining the Sky with the Solar System you created will then result in Space.
Although there are other methods available, this is the easiest and fastest way that you can create Space in Little Alchemy 2. While the process can seem complex at first, players will only need to get through a few drags and drops for them to finally transmute the Space element in the game.