Toca Lab: Elements

Toca Lab: Elements

By Toca Boca AB

  • Category: Entertainment
  • Release Date: 2013-12-12
  • Current Version: 1.1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 170.39 MB
  • Developer: Toca Boca AB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.18722
From 673 Ratings


Calling all future scientists! Welcome to Toca Lab: Elements! Explore the colorful and electrifying world of science and meet all 118 of the elements from the periodic table. Discover elements by experimenting with the lab tools! * Take your element for a spin in the centrifuge. * Warm them up in the Bunsen burner. * Put the element on ice with the cooling agent! * Add a drop or two of mysterious liquids from the test tubes. * Change their voltage and make them magnetic with the oscilloscope. Each element has it's own personality. In Toca Lab: Elements, what does Neon sound like? Is Gold heavy or light? Is Nitrogen squishy or hard? Explore, inspect, and study each one and let us know! Can you find all 118? The time has come, future scientists, to head into the lab to explore and discover. Put on your lab coat and protective eye gear because things are about to get experimental! Toca Lab: Elements is a place for playing and having fun, and with it we hope to inspire kids to explore science. While the periodic table in Toca Lab: Elements is accurate, the way new elements are created is not. Instead, it’s a fun way to experiment, discover and create curiosity in the world of science. Toca Lab: Elements is just a starting point for further exploration! *** ABOUT TOCA BOCA At Toca Boca, we believe in the power of play to spark kids’ imaginations and help them learn about the world. We design our products from the kids' perspective to empower kids to be playful, to be creative and to be who they want to be. Our products include award-winning apps that have been downloaded more than 150 million times in 215 countries and offer fun, safe, open-ended play experiences. Learn more about Toca Boca and our products at PRIVACY POLICY Privacy is an issue that we take very seriously. To learn more about how we work with these matters, please read our privacy policy:



  • Pretty Good App

    By Brooklynzuu
    TB! I...and so many other parents really appreciate these educational applications aimed at....well...teaching. I downloaded this for my daughter and she loved it, we also happened to be doing experiments with bases and acids a day prior. As with previous reviews on this app, there are so many things you can do with this; but please provide the names of the elements and their breakdown, things can be created as you experiment with altering or combining elements with elements and with non-elements. Additionally, it would be great to observe the temperature readings at which certain elements freeze, melt, boil, etc. From a learning standpoint this app can be made to teach so many on very different levels. It would also be great to incorporate a storage area so you pass on an understanding of storage requirements for our young scientists. You can take this App from good to awesome! You could also have various scientists provide short lessons on working with each element...just a thought. Thanks!

    By BlaisePiano
    You must know that this game is a fun game for little ones to start their exploration of elements and science. This game is accurate with elements but not how they are made. This is not supposed to be material for exceptionally accurate facts and learning. If you download this and still are surprised, don’t be, cause the description should have warned you. I still think this is fun even though I’m not very young. Please download it for yourself if you want. I like it and I’m sure your kids would too. Thanks, Toca for this game. I’m just tired of the terrible AND good results that are dividing people on this game. Thanks, bye! :)
  • This app is amazing!

    By Jorgenlisa
    This toca boca science app is wonderful and my child loves it!
  • Ok pretty good

    By wowomgcrazy
    So me and my brother got this game and he finished in one day we were sort of hoping that you could win like a prize at the end in the game when you finish them all but no you pretty much just do it and then never play it again so 4 dollars for this was okay but maybe needs more at the end! Over all I loved all the sounds that they made and it is pretty fun so I gave to 4 stars!
  • Can be improved.

    By Alexis749
    First of all, say the name of the element instead of trying to say the name of the atomic symbol as a word. Now, color the Alkaline Metals (Li, Na, K, Rb, Cs, Fr) red, Alkaline Earth (Be, Mg, Ca, Sr, Ba, Ra) orange, THEN the Translation Metals (Scandium to Zinc, Yttrium to Cadmium, Hafnium to Mercury, and Rutherfordium to Copernicum) will all be yellow. The Lanthanides (La to Lu) should all be green. The Actinides (Ac to Lr) be light green. Now is is the Semi-Translation Metals (Al, Ga, In, Sn, Tl to Bi, and Nh to Lv) should all be a dark green. Those Metalloids (Boren, Silicon, Germanium, deadly ARSENIC, Antimony, Tellurium, and Polonium) should be cyan. Hydrogen, Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Selenium should be blue because there Non-Metals. Anything that I haven’t mentioned that ends in -ine is a radioactive Halogen, that should be indigo. And what remains are Noble Gases, which should be purple. And maybe, weird things occur because they were smashed together. Of course, I’m taking about when scientists smash nuclei of two elements into 1 nucleus. Now, this really makes sense when you start with 2, naturally occurring elements on Earth, the centre of our Universe, the part of the Universe we can see. But, also doing explosions could possibly cause you to discover another element thanks to Bernard Courtois accidentally discovering Iodine while making seaweed explosions.
  • Love it

    By Shanrae29
    Absolutely perfect
  • Still love it!

    By BubbleBird
    I had this game for 5 years and now I’m 9 and I still love it! This game is adorably cute cause the noises they make ! Ads are worth is, the game is free, I recommend for any ages!
  • Entertaining

    By dcmontanez
    I enjoyed playing this game, but I would like it if we could zoom out more so we could see the whole periodic table.
  • The best chemistry game ever

    By Anthony Melikian
    This game is awesome and I unlocked all the elements. This game made me so interested in chemistry I literally want to do chemistry as a job when I grow up. Without this game I wouldn’t have a dream job. So big thanks to this game. Also people are making up these fake elements like “Ununennium” and so on.
  • Waste of Money

    By Plipplop The Fox
    I spent 4 dollars on the game and it isn’t even fun. At least make it free. All you do is make elementals and it tells you how to make them, ruining the little bit of fun that the game has. There’s no surprise to it and it gets really boring in a short amount of time. Fix your game. It’s not worth 4 dollars.