Almost everyone has heard of the legendary monster Godzilla and has probably pretended to be a smaller version of him when playing with toy castles and other structures. The tale has been active since the 1950s, and it continues to astound fans of scary films.
What is it about a huge lizard that gets people so excited? Of course, making a Godzilla in human scale is impossible. But what if I told you that you could have your very own digital Godzilla? Here, I will show you a quick and easy way to create Godzilla in Little Alchemy 2.
How To Make Godzilla in Little Alchemy 2
Make a Town
If you said “Godzilla” in a word association game, someone would probably say “city.” After all, Godzilla loves to hang around there. In certain games, the prospect of designing a city from scratch can seem daunting. No worries if you haven’t got the chance to build a city in Little Alchemy 2 just yet; here are the procedures involved.
- Water + Earth = Mud
- Fire + Mud = Brick
- Brick + Brick = Wall
- Wall + Wall = House
- House + House = Village
- Village + Village = City
Though it has a simplistic feel, mixing ingredients in Little Alchemy 2 can require some serious thought. Isn’t it amazing to consider how far we’ve come as a species? Brick shacks became part of a community, and then a city.
Wow, imagine the reactions of our forefathers if they saw these streets now. Way too in? Okay, let’s circle around to the enormous lizard again.
Make Your Own Dinosaur
Who wouldn’t jump at the chance to be the one to design their own dinosaur? Little Alchemy 2’s built-in combination power makes it easy to make one; even if you’ve never constructed a dinosaur before, you can follow along with these simple instructions.
- Earth + Earth = Land
- Land + Land = Continent
- Continent + Continent = Planet
- Fire + Planet = Sun
- Fire + Fire = Energy
- Energy + Sun = Solar Cell
- Sun + Solar Cell = Electricity
- Air + Air = Pressure
- Earth + Pressure = Stone
- Air + Stone = Sand
- Fire + Sand = Glass
- Glass + Electricity = Lightbulb
- Water + Earth = Mud
- Mud + Stone = Clay
- Water + Water = Puddle
- Water + Puddle = Pond
- Water + Pond = Lake
- Water + Lake = Sea
- Fire + Earth = Lava
- Lava + Sea = Primordial Soup
- Earth + Lava = Volcano
- Volcano + Primordial Soup = Life
- Life + Clay = Human
- Human + Lightbulb = Idea
- Human + Idea = Philosophy
- Planet + Planet = Solar System
- Solar System + Solar System = Galaxy
- Galaxy + Galaxy = Galaxy Cluster
- Galaxy Cluster + Galaxy Cluster = Universe
- Universe + Philosophy = Big
- Life + Land = Animal
- Animal + Stone = Lizard
- Lizard + Big = Dinosaur
You begin Little Alchemy 2 with what looks like a baby Stegosaurus, but there are at least two additional dinosaurs you can make by fiddling with the dinosaur element. The time has come for you to take the reins and combine Godzilla’s urban and prehistoric components.
- City + Dinosaur = Godzilla
For the record, Godzilla in this game goes by the moniker Kaiju, which is the Japanese word for “monster” or “beast” of a tremendous size. Godzilla is still the same destructive, gigantic, terrible creature we all know and love; it simply has a new name and some backstory.
Possible New Godzilla Designs
We’ll show you all the ways you can make Godzilla in Little Alchemy 2, as promised at the beginning of this article. The whole point of this entertaining alchemist game, after all, is to discover the various ingredients and thrills that can be unlocked by taking various paths of production.
Each of these four permutations makes use of the dino element that you’ve been studying, and the other three are as follows:
If you’re dying to know how to make these novel components, have a peek at the procedures below.
You’ll need to incorporate both a home and the sky: Sky + Building = High-Rise Even though you’ve already built a house, these instructions will help you make the sky.
- Air + Planet = Atmosphere
- Sun + Atmosphere = Sky
Humans have been telling tales almost since they first set foot on the planet. Stories are all around us, from books to movies to regular old small talk. The story has even made it into the sequel, Little Alchemy 2.
You can’t make a novel without a protagonist, who must be both human and heroic. Story = Human + Hero.
You have the human aspect now, and if you don’t have a hero yet, we’ll show you how to make one quickly and easily.
- Water + Air = Mist
- Atmosphere + Mist = Cloud
- Cloud + Energy = Lightning
- Lightning + Human = Hero
A legend can be created by combining two stories, the first of which involves the collision of humans and heroes.
- Story + Story = Legend
In Little Alchemy 2, you get access to a dinosaur, stories, legends, and heroes in addition to the ability to build Godzilla. There may be an infinite number of permutations and persuasions waiting to be discovered; indulge your curiosity and go nuts.