Ever wondered how to make a rainbow in Little Alchemy? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. In just a few simple steps, you’ll be conjuring up colorful rainbows to brighten your little alchemical world. Little Alchemy is the addictive world-building game where you start with four basic elements – air, earth, fire and water – and combine them to create over 500 new items. Making a rainbow is one of the more advanced combinations, but with a little experimentation you’ll get the hang of it. So grab your cauldron, put on your alchemist’s hat and get ready to unleash your inner rainbow. By following this easy guide, you’ll be a Little Alchemy rainbow master in no time.
Gathering the Basics: Water, Air and Light
To make a rainbow in Little Alchemy, you’ll need to start with the basics: water, air and light.
- Combine water and air to make clouds. Clouds are essential for rainbows!
- Next, combine air and light to make sunlight. Rainbows only appear when sunlight shines through rain, so this is another key ingredient.
Once you have clouds and sunlight, it’s time to make rain. Rain forms when clouds get too heavy, so combine clouds and water a few times until rain forms.
- Now combine rain and sunlight and voila – you’ll get a rainbow! The rain refracts the light from the sun, separating it into the colors of the visible light spectrum: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet.
To get a double rainbow, just keep combining rain and sunlight. Double rainbows are caused by light reflecting twice inside water droplets, so the colors appear in reverse order. Pretty cool, huh?
With some basic elements, you can create something truly magical in Little Alchemy. Experiment with different combinations using water, air, light and other fundamentals to discover new wonders. The possibilities are endless!
Making a rainbow in Little Alchemy may seem tricky at first, but with the right ingredients and a little bit of patience, you’ll be seeing rainbows in no time. Now get out there and start creating! The world is your oyster.
Combining Water and Air to Make Rain
To make rain in Little Alchemy, you’ll need to combine water and air. Here’s how:
- Start with the basic elements of air and water. If you don’t have these yet, combine earth + fire to get lava, then combine lava + water to get stone, and combine stone + fire to get air. Combine air + water to get rain.
- Once you have rain, you can combine it with other elements to make new things. Rain + plant, for example, will give you rainbow. Rain + metal gives rust. Rain + fire produces steam. The possibilities are endless!
- To make a rainbow, specifically, take the rain you just created and combine it with sunlight. The sunlight element is made by combining fire + air. So go ahead and combine fire + air to get sunlight, then combine sunlight + rain to get your rainbow.
- Congratulations, you just made a rainbow in Little Alchemy! A rainbow is a beautiful natural phenomenon that requires the refraction of sunlight through water droplets, like rain or mist. The water droplets act as tiny prisms that refract the white light into the visible color spectrum.
By following the steps and combining the right elements in Little Alchemy, you’ll be creating rainbows, rust, steam and more in no time. Let your creativity run wild and see what interesting new elements you can discover! With over 500 elements to make, the possibilities in this little game are nearly endless.
Adding Light to Rain to Create a Rainbow
To create a rainbow in Little Alchemy, you need to combine light and rain. Here are the steps:
Gather the Ingredients
First, make sure you have the basic elements of light and rain. To create light, combine fire and air. To create rain, combine water and air.
Add Light to Rain
Once you have light and rain, simply drag the light element over the rain element. When they combine, you’ll see a rainbow appear! The rainbow will have the familiar red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet bands of color.
Adjust the Angle
To see the full rainbow, you may need to adjust the angle of the light hitting the rain. Drag the light source around until you get the perfect angle to see all the colors of the rainbow. The colors will become more vivid and bright when the angle is just right.
Create a Double Rainbow
For an extra special effect, try creating a double rainbow. Add a second light source opposite the first light. The light reflecting and refracting off the rain will produce a double rainbow with a second, fainter rainbow above the primary rainbow. Double rainbows appear when sunlight is reflected twice inside rain drops.
Take a Screenshot
Once you have your rainbow or double rainbow appearing on the screen, take a screenshot to capture your creation. You can share your rainbow screenshots with friends or use them as computer wallpaper. The rainbows you create in Little Alchemy are temporary, so taking a screenshot is the only way to preserve them.
By following these straightforward steps, you’ll be creating stunning rainbows and double rainbows in Little Alchemy in no time. Let your creativity shine through by experimenting with different angles, color combinations, and weather effects. The possibilities are as endless as the colors of the rainbow!
Other Combinations for a Rainbow
Once you have the basic rainbow combination of sun, rain and light, you can start experimenting with other elements to produce different types of rainbows.
To make a double rainbow, combine rainbow and rainbow. This will produce two rainbows side by side. A double rainbow appears when sunlight is reflected twice inside water droplets. The second rainbow will have its color order reversed compared to the primary rainbow.
For a rainbow cloud, combine rainbow and cloud. When there are water droplets suspended in the atmosphere, the rainbow effect can sometimes be seen in clouds. As sunlight passes through the water droplets, the white light is refracted into the colors of the rainbow. From the ground, this can appear as a rainbow-colored cloud.
Rainbow mist can be made by combining rainbow and mist. Mist is made up of tiny water droplets, so when sunlight interacts with mist, you may see rainbow colors. The water droplets act like tiny prisms, refracting the white light into the colors of the visible light spectrum. Rainbow mist often appears more pastel in color than a bright rainbow.
To make a moonbow, combine rainbow and night. A moonbow, or lunar rainbow, appears at night and is caused by moonlight rather than direct sunlight. Moonbows are more rare and faint compared to daytime rainbows. They can only be seen when the moon is full or nearly full, and its light is bright enough to reflect and refract off water droplets to produce the rainbow effect.
By experimenting with different combinations using the elements you already have, you can create all kinds of rainbow variants and other optical effects in Little Alchemy. Keep mixing and matching to see what you can discover! Let your imagination run wild.
FAQ: How to Make Double Rainbow in Little Alchemy?
Making a double rainbow in Little Alchemy is pretty straightforward once you have the basic rainbow element. Here are the steps to combine a rainbow with itself to get a double rainbow:
Make a Rainbow
First, you’ll need to make a rainbow. The recipe for a rainbow is:
Combine sun, water and light to get a rainbow.
Duplicate the Rainbow
- Drag the rainbow element onto itself in the mixing area.
- This will duplicate the rainbow, giving you two rainbow elements side by side.
Combine the Rainbows
- Drag one rainbow onto the other rainbow.
- When you combine two rainbows, you’ll get a double rainbow!
FAQ: Why isn’t it working?
If you’re having trouble getting a double rainbow, here are some things to check:
- Do you have the latest version of Little Alchemy? Older versions may not support double rainbows.
- Are you combining two rainbows and not other elements? Only rainbow + rainbow will give you a double rainbow.
- Have you restarted the app? Sometimes a quick restart can fix any issues.
- Are you playing on a mobile device or web browser that supports Little Alchemy? Some older devices may have compatibility issues.
Keep experimenting by combining rainbows in different ways. With a little patience, you’ll be seeing double rainbows in no time! Let me know if you have any other questions about making a double rainbow in Little Alchemy.