4 Elements PC

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7.4

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  1. Dec 8, 2012
    7
    This is an ok game that will entertain you for a while but it's way too expensive for the value it gives. You should get it at a highThis is an ok game that will entertain you for a while but it's way too expensive for the value it gives. You should get it at a high discounted price. Full Review »
  2. Nov 12, 2012
    7
    Great game! It's a classic match 3 or more casual game with an extensive fantasy storyline, as well as find-it puzzles. It also combines magicGreat game! It's a classic match 3 or more casual game with an extensive fantasy storyline, as well as find-it puzzles. It also combines magic powers at the bottom of the screen which change the game play. You build up magic power by completing a certain amount of matches of a specific color. Overall quality is really good for a casual game. It's somewhat aged as far as graphics are concerned and the Steam version has a frame rate counter at the upper right corner of the screen. Why they don't offer the HD version for the PC is frustrating. Sound quality is good. I would think seriously about getting it the next time it goes on sale if you like games such as Bejeweled. You will not be disappointed. Full Review »
  3. Apr 26, 2014
    7
    A very likable puzzle game. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed it, since it was a simple match 3 game. You basically match blocks to letA very likable puzzle game. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed it, since it was a simple match 3 game. You basically match blocks to let the liquid flow from the beginning of the level to the end. It's a very simple concept, with some thrown-in minigames to keep you entertained. It has a few powerups that charge when matching the corresponding colors, which can be very helpful if you get stuck at some point. It gets increasingly difficult and has a very nicely-done difficulty curve. It's a race against time farther on in the game when it starts getting more difficult, which makes it exciting with a sense of urgency. You should get 4 Elements if you like simple match 3 puzzle games, I think you'll be pleasantly surprised! (:

    Though it should be marked down from $9.99 to $4.99, I don't believe a game of this quality is worth $9.99.
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