4 Elements II
Another fantastic 4 elements game!
Just like the 1st game, this one is fantastic and has a few different twists throughout the game.
You can also play timed or not.
A relaxing game with achievements to acquire.
Fun, but highly addicting. You just don't want to quit!
Match 3 plus other mini games all in one great game.
June 10, 2012
Best Game In Months!
Even better than the first. I get so tired of the same old HOGs that it's a real treat when I see a game like this available. Ranks right up there with Roads of Rome for me!
May 31, 2012
Since I really enjoyed the first 4 Elements I had to give this one a try and liked it a lot. Especially since it has an untimed option, if you just want to relax. The graphics are so nice that it is a pity there is nearly no chance to admire them since you are so busy with the game play.
If you like match 3 games, I totally recommend this one. Great fun factor! Challenging or relaxed. Just as you like it.
May 31, 2012
It"s a Must have.. I love this game..
A games that's fun and I enjoy playing..
April 19, 2012
4 Elements II
I had some difficulty loading and playing this game but it seems to be working fine now. I like this game. It's a game you can play while talking on the phone. The different levels are fun and 2 is much more challenging than 1. Good game!!
November 15, 2011
A Most Pleasant Way To Get Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
If you liked the first one, you'll enjoy the second. The graphics are much better and easier to look at. There is more to do, especially beyond just the match-3 aspects. The only problem is that the addictive nature of the game can lead to very sore wrists, so limiting one's time playing is highly recommended. This is an enjoyable addition to the series, and I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I do!
December 10, 2011
Fun and entertaining
Found this very entertaining...
December 3, 2011
2nd Best Match 3 Ever!
What can I say except "2nd Best Match 3 Ever!" (The best is the first 4 Elements.) Every thing about the game is what I want from this type of game. One little item is the scrolling of the screen: it should really be movable. So be aware of where you are and where you're going (you'll get what I mean after you've played for awhile.) It's not quite as challenging as the first version but that's probably because I knew what to do this time. :-)
March 14, 2014
Great mechanics but the graphics...
I really liked the first 4 elements. The game play is similar with added features like pipes. The only thing that really bugged me is that the graphics are overly cute. It changed from high-fantasy to My Little Pony wantabees. If you can get past that, it is a great game.
June 28, 2012
Overall, the game is great! I've played it several times, and especially enjoy the stone puzzles, as they are quite challenging. The interesting thing is, every time I play, I find different puzzles more or less difficult than the previous time (guess that shows where my head is!). But levels 61-64 in 4E-II (and the reason I give this game 4 stars instead of 5) are what disappoint me the most. In 4 Elements I, the last few challenges required the player to think where or what to do next, or risk the possibility of losing time or running into a dead-end altogether, necessitating a replay of that level. But in 4E-II, it seems all one can do is bludgeon through layers upon layers of tiles in an impossible time frame. Using every tool at my disposal and recharging them like a demon does no good. Perhaps I'm slower than most; I don't know. With 4E-I, I improved in every game (I've played it over 50 times), but these last 4 levels in 4E-II stump me every time. Overall, a really fun game. But the last for levels are tedious and, frankly, boring. Do a better job with III, guys!!
May 18, 2012