4 Elements II

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Be the hero the kingdom seeks: set the fairies of earth, air, fire and water free, and restore the book of magic.

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$6.99 

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Description

Misfortune has befallen the magic kingdom again! A careless charm made the formerly wondrous ancient world overcast, beset with darkness and despair. Four fairies of the elements were deprived of their magic power. Be the hero the kingdom seeks: set the fairies of earth, air, fire and water free, and restore the book of magic in the sequel to the renowned puzzler by Playrix!
  • Save the magic kingdom once again in this wonderful Match 3 journey.
  • Free the four elemental fairies and help them restore the book of magic.
  • Challenge 64 unique levels with four useful power-ups.
  • Play wonderful mini-games including Hidden Object and Spot-the-Difference.
  • Locate 16 collectible magic cards and earn magnificent achievements.

Requirements

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CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU SpeedAny
System RAM256 MB
Drive SpaceUnknown
Video RAM64 MB
Video CardAny

Reviews, Ratings & Comments

Ratings

3.7
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  1. 4 Elements II
    by susabatt, USA - Jul 26th 2016

    I enjoy this game quite a bit. It doesn't take a lot of brain power and some days that is just what I need. Graphics are very good and games a fun. I just down loaded it onto my husband's computer, he likes it too. We are in our 70's.

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  2. Perfect
    by ooakPlayer, - Mar 4th 2016

    Sadly, I have read reviews on this site and others that do not give 4 Elements II the stellar rating it deserves. So, for those who say it's "boring", "endless" and completely lacking in both rhyme and reason, I am here to say that there is not only reason but purpose, not simply rhyme but poetry. It has provided me with hours of entertainment and I have completed it several times so it very most definitely has an end. Please remember that this is a Match 3 game so if you simply prefer a different genre, stick with what you prefer. No need to bash a perfectly designed Match 3, which this game is in my opinion.

    That being said, the object of the game is to get the Magical Energy from one end of the field to the Altar at the other end of the field in the amount of time allocated by the timer. It's that simple. But the Magical Energy flows only through the cleared cells of the field, so you have to clear cells by dragging the cursor over 3 or more adjacent same-color Chips. As you progress to higher levels, the fields become increasingly lengthy and convoluted. The Guiding Arrow is always there to show you the way and as it moves along, the field moves too. At first this is a bit disconcerting, but then you realize that it is absolutely necessary as there is no way to see the entire field onscreen at one time [even on my 27-inch iMac!] and that's why there's also a Map you can click on to see exactly where you are at any given time.

    There are impediments along the way, like Metal Plates, Rocks, Frozen Cells and closed Gates. Conversely are also weapons that can destroy them or tools that can open them up like Magic Arrows and Beacons that are activated by clearing the cells around them and exposing them to the Magical Energy. Sometimes there are disconnected pipelines that need to be reconnected or stone blocks that need to be rearranged in order for the Magical Energy to continue its flow toward the Altar. This all adds to the interest and challenge of the game.

    There are bonuses that can be earned by making matches of a particular color of Chip. The Spade bonus is earned by making matches of green color Chips, the Swap bonus is earned by making matches of yellow Chips, etc. The bonuses can help you out tight spaces, however, because they take a while to power up, they should be used sparingly yet strategically.

    The fairies are a little cutesy for my taste but I can overlook that as the graphics overall are beautiful and display crisply on a large screen. The music is pleasant and even uplifting in certain chapters. Simple and easy puzzles are interspersed between chapters that are interesting. And you must solve a hidden-object challenge at the beginning of each chapter so there is a bit of variety within the game that makes it all the more enjoyable. If I could give this game 10 stars, I would.

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  3. Disappointed
    by Betty Here, USA - Nov 12th 2015

    Tried it out. Was a hidden object. OK. then came an endless, don't know what it's called, join the buttons and they collapse, exept there seems to be no rhyme or reason to why the screen moves. Sorry I paid money for it.

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  4. Fun Game
    by Romonaga, USA - May 23rd 2015

    Fun game, a bit short but I had a blast. Liked how they mixed puzzles with connect 3.

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  5. Review
    by Amanda Howard, USA - Oct 26th 2014

    Glad I purchased this game. Fun to play more than once.

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