How To Make Egg In Little Alchemy 2?

Welcome to the Little Alchemy 2 cheat guide, are you blocked in the process of making egg?

Well, you’ve come to the right place and this article will be very helpful to you.

Egg is described in the official Little Alchemy 2 guide as: An organic container of life, and important subject of certain philosophical questions related to causality.

Does this inspire you?

If you are a new player on the Little Alchemy 2 game, you may need to start with the most basic elements and work your way through them step by step.

Don’t be scared.

The following content, including pictures and videos will guide and help you to achieve it step by step.

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Recipes For Making Egg

Little Alchemy 2 has attracted a large number of gamers crazy about it, due to its unique synthesis recipes and excellent experience.

There is more than one way to craft most items in the game, and the crafting of egg is no exception.

Let’s take a look at all the recipes for making egg in Little Alchemy 2:

how to make egg in little alchemy2

How to Synthesize Egg with Life and Container Step by Step?

Step #1: Select life from the right panel and drag it gently to the center of the workspace.

Step #2: Then drag container to the workspace in the same way and place it on top of life.

Then we see that both life and container have disappeared, because they have been successfully combined egg.

  • life
  • add
  • container

Meaning of The Constituent Elements

Each element has a different meaning in Little Alchemy 2.

Understanding the meaning of [‘container’, ‘life’, ‘ant’, ‘bee’, ‘bird’, ‘butterfly’, ‘chameleon’, ‘chicken’, ‘crow’, ‘dinosaur’, ‘dragon’, ‘duck’, ‘eagle’, ‘fish’, ‘flying fish’, ‘frog’, ‘hummingbird’, ‘lizard’, ‘moth’, ‘ostrich’, ‘owl’, ‘parrot’, ‘peacock’, ‘penguin’, ‘phoenix’, ‘pigeon’, ‘piranha’, ‘pterodactyl’, ‘scorpion’, ‘seagull’, ‘snake’, ‘spider’, ‘turtle’, ‘tyrannosaurus rex’, ‘vulture’, ‘woodpecker’] helps players understand the logic of synthesizing egg?

container: Something used for holding or transporting stuff, like a box or one’s mouth.

life: It finds a way.

ant: Insect member of a royalty-based society, and mortal enemy of magnifying glasses.

bee: Bumbly insects armed with a single stinger and excellent dance instincts.

bird: Dinosaur in hiding.

butterfly: Insect with a rorschach test for wings.

chameleon: Lizard of many colors and eyelines.

chicken: Apparently everything tastes like it.

crow: The smartest bird on Earth, and member of a murderous group.

dinosaur: Earth’s long gone reptile overlords.

dragon: A mythical giant reptile that flies, breathes fire, and is voiced by a British actor.

duck: Short aquatic birds with webbed feet and surly dispositions.

eagle: Large bird that enjoys gliding, crushing the skulls of its prey, and inspiring Americans.

fish: Any gill-breathing vertebrate that hangs out under the sea.

flying-fish: Fish that dream of one day flying out of their watery prison, but will only ever be able to glide short distances.

frog: Amphibean that’s a ribbit-er and not a croak-er.

hummingbird: A bird that has superseded dogs with its ability to fly backwards.

lizard: A type of reptile that is prone to lounging.

moth: Drably-winged insects in love with lights.

ostrich: The biggest bird.

owl: The terror that (silently) flaps in the night.

parrot: The comedian of birds

peacock: A bird with a built-in stageshow.

penguin: Nature’s finest dressers.

phoenix: A pyromaniacal bird that’s very difficult to kill.

pigeon: Bird of the streets.

piranha: Fish that is filled with teeth and a taste for blood.

pterodactyl: The original dinosaur bird before they were all birds.

scorpion: An arachnid’s impersonation of a lobster taken to the next level.

seagull: Noisy ducks. Well, noisier.

snake: An armless and legless undulating nightmare of an animal.

spider: An eight-legged nightmare that eats insects, unless you’re in Australia, in which case they eat EVERYTHING.

turtle: Slow, but steady shellborn reptiles.

tyrannosaurus-rex: The figurehead king of the dinosaurs.

vulture: Balding bird that feasts on the dead.

woodpecker: A bird who is a very, very insistent knocker.

Walkthrough Video

If the tips above still don’t get you through, then follow the video below to make egg in Little Alchemy 2:

What Element You Can Make With Egg?

Conclusion

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