Download 4 Elements

4 Elements is a classic three-in-a-row game, peppered with a great storyline about saving the kingdom. The backstory is pretty simple: a thriving country used to have support from the four elements, but at one point lost it. This has led to the Dark Ages, but it can still be fixed. The player must sequentially reconnect with water, fire, air, and earth. Of course, this can be done by solving a set of puzzles with simple rules, but addictive gameplay.

To solve the problem with the elements, you need to access the four books. To get to each of them, you need to overcome 16 levels. The rules are usual for this genre: you need to make the longest possible sequences of colored stones, swapping them in places. There's an interesting feature: you don't just need to spell the whole field, but to draw a stream of water from one end of the screen to the other. Plus, there is a time limit.

There are 64 story levels available in 4 Elements. But after completing every 3-4 tasks, you can take a break from making rows in other mini-games. Among them - the search for differences, mini puzzles and other entertainment. You can also learn more about the world of the game between levels, as well as read information about some magical creatures from European mythology.

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4 Elements free download

Release Year: 2008
Developer: Playrix Entertainment
OS: XP, 7, 8, 10 (32/64-bit)
Processor: 1.66 GHz
Graphics: 3D
Memory: 1 GB
Storage: 214 MB
Steam Reviews: Very Positive 87% of 539 reviews, positive.

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