Elementals: The Magic Key

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Plunge into the captivating world of magic and mystery inhabited by elementals. Embark on a thrilling adventure to help Albert, a young magician, restore the Key of Eiron and save his sister kidnapped by Sibelius, a wicked sorcerer. You`ll never feel lonely in your fascinating travels – your aide, Felly, will faithfully follow you, no matter what dangerous obstacles you face in Elementals – The Magic Key!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 115 MB
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Elementals: The Magic Key 3.9 5 10 10
Something for Everyone Indeed - Puzzles, tricky hidden object scenes, great story, battle games - whatever your casual gaming fancy, this provides . . . ! Fabulous toony graphics, & a sense of humor that doesn't take itself seriously - for example, in response to those who moan & groan about endless puzzles popping up, the protagonist reponds when a puzzle appears - "Not you with the cards again . . . ?!" Generous hint system from a magical companion - & an opt-out of the puzzles & battle sessions - keeps the game flowing . . . Fabulous . . . ! November 25, 2011
ENDING OF GAME IS FABULOUS This is probably one of the few games that I remember playing (and sometimes struggling with) from 2 years ago that I not only thoroughly enjoyed but also always remember the ending with a big smile on my face. February 15, 2013
Magical, cute & enjoyable! One of the most positive games I have played recently. Nice mix of hidden objects & strategy fights, beautiful graphics and a nice storyline. A very relaxing and enjoyable game, good for younger gamers as well. February 17, 2013
Enjoyable with just the right amount of challenge At first I thought this was going to be cheesy, but I gave it a try and ended up having a great time playing this game. FUN / CHALLENGE As another reviewer said, Elementals is more adventure than HO. Hidden object is just one among many types of puzzles. Unusual ones included a type of chess (easy to learn, difficult to master!), solitaire, and magic spells ( la Harry Potter). A lot of the hidden object scenes are for fragmented objects. There are no visual clues. Until you locate the first piece, you don't know what they look like or how many pieces there are. No instructions are given about how to solve a puzzle unless you click the hint button. I liked those added challenges. I appreciated that there was no timer, so I could take my time without unwanted hints from sparkles or glowy things. The Bonus button on the main menu allows you to replay any of the puzzles and battles. There are prompts sort of like sticky notes to remind you of the current task. With all the interruptions I have, I found them helpful, but they might make others feel coddled. The level of challenge was good. The puzzles required some fiddling to figure out what to do, but nothing too frustrating. As the chess games became progressively harder, I had to replay some of them to win. There seems to be a quantum leap in difficulty at the last boss level. That's when I got well and truly stuck. A change of tactic?the whole point of a strategy game?solved the problem. It was gratifying when I finally prevailed. VISUAL / SOUND I think the graphic style is beautiful. However, I didn't like the depiction of the humans (especially Sibelius) or sidekick Felly. They seemed cartoonish compared to the scenery and other characters. Much of the music is peaceful and pleasant, though it became louder and dramatic in sync with the storyline. I liked the music?and it did get stuck in my head for a few days?but I won't be adding it to any playlists. Ongoing sound effects like clicking stones and rattling gears became distracting at times, but I treated that as part of the challenge. STORYLINE The storyline is kind of rote: Faced with a challenge, you have to fix something by going through a series of steps for each piece of the puzzle. I didn't mind though. I thought it was developed well and the puzzles dovetailed nicely with it. I like the lighthearted approach and the way the magical theme and elementals are incorporated. SUGGESTION The one thing I would change is that your progress is not necessarily saved right where you leave off. I think it's saved at the beginning of the most recent scene that was loaded with a progress bar. It took me three days to beat the big boss level at the end. Each time I reloaded the game, I had to repeat the puzzle that leads to the boss level. I spent way too much time figuring it out again and again (completist that I am, I refused to skip it). I took a screen shot of the solution in case I ever get stuck again. When I finally beat the boss level, I was afraid to stop playing to avoid risking losing my progress. My cat had to wait (im)patiently for dinner while I finished the game. OVERALL I highly recommend this game. I would suggest trying the demo before buying to make sure you'll like the types of puzzles. HO is just a small piece of the puzzle. (System info: Acer Aspire One D250, WinXP Home SP3, 2GB RAM, 1.6GHz, 1024x600 resolution) May 29, 2014
There are so much to love about this game in this lovely adventure game, you are a young wizard, albert, whose sister, lily (also a wizard), was kidnapped by the evil sourcerer, sibelius. lily possesses the powerful magic Key of Eiron and your job, assisten by your familiar, felly, is to retrieve this key and rescue lily. pros: -- stunning, detailed and colourful graphic art -- adventure storyline -- many tasks to do (hidden objects, puzzles, games) cons: -- slow loading time; also slow loading between scenes graphics: truly gorgeous; rich, detailed and colourful. the graphics are so beautiful that they alone are worth the price of this game. sound: both the sound effects and the background music are appropriate. gameplay: i was so disappointed by the length of time it took for this game to load that i almost uninstalled it before starting the demo. there is only one level of difficulty. hints are available and recharge quickly. all games and puzzles can be skipped. scenes include at least a few hidden objects, and active sites are indicated with sparkles only after you've clicked around for a minute or two. you can only add hidden objects to your inventory after you've completed necessary tasks in the correct order. my interaction: i enjoyed this game so much that i purchased it before the one hour demo had concluded. this is a well-designed and graphically pleasing magical adventure that the entire family will enjoy. February 15, 2013
Worth the price Good game. It's one of the find all the pieces, figure out the puzzles games. Good family game. I liked the ending. February 26, 2013
Really excellent game for kids and families! Elementals: The Magic Key Review based on full demo PREFACE? The target audience for this game seems to be kids from about 8 to 11 years old, judging from the storyline and level of challenge. So my review is based on how well the game plays for that audience, rather than how well I, as an adult, enjoyed it. ONCE UPON A TIME... You play Albert, a budding wizard, and it's your birthday. You awaken to find the school abandoned, your sister Lilly kidnapped, and the elemental Key of Eiron shattered by the evil Sibelius. Off you go, along with your familiar Felly, to travel the lands of the elements and save the day! PLAY THE GAME... There's a little bit of everything in this game: puzzles, HO scenes (mainly FROGs and several of one type of object), gameboard battle, and more. The instructions for everything are well-written, perfect for children. SIGHTSEEING? The graphics are beautifully drawn in the style of a realistic comic book, using the full palette of colors. Each scene is drawn from the imagination, blending real world elements with fanciful ones. Animation is fairly well done. SOUND WAVES? The music is dramatic and lends itself well to the theme of the game. Environmental sounds are imaginative, but there no voiceovers. TOOLBOX? There are none of the standard tools like maps and journals, but you have your familiar who offers quite a bit of help, and you can cast spells when they're needed. And there's a task bar at upper left. WORKING THINGS THROUGH? The inventory panel stays open and when you have a number of the same item to find, it shows both the total and how many you've found. Zoom boxes close when you're finished with them. To navigate back, click the door icon to the right of the inventory panel. THE LAST WORD? Although I think adults would be somewhat bored with this game, I do recommend it for kids and families. It encompasses quite a few game skills, has glorious graphics, and the story is interesting. Happy gaming! November 5, 2014
not my kind of game i didn't really like this game even though i played until the end. the hint button charged fairly fast, but the skip button took quite a bit longer. different types of puzzles than is common in other games. played casual, no sound. graphics good .there is a set up for a sequel. i would try the demo first to see if you like it. some will, some won't, i think. more an adventure than a HO game! you have to find different pieces of items you need to put them together to use them. the ending did surprise me, though. March 20, 2013
Fits no target audience After seeing the two raving reviews, I thought I give this a bash, but realize now that those reviews must have been done by friends of the developers. The whole approach and style is for Kids, except there is so much reading in between and everything one sees or wants to do is in small written form, that Kids would run a mile in no time. The few HO scenes I came across where finding shape affairs, and the one puzzle was so oversimplified, yet nearly too complex to comprehend. All in all, I uninstalled after 20 minutes, and just cannot imagine what target audience the developers could have had in mind. Also, it was completely boring and it wasn't that clear what's even going on, how and why. Don't buy without trying, is all i can say! February 15, 2013
Elementals Not Not impressed at all. I purchased this one on the other recommendation and am not pleased. Very simple in construction, challenge and clarity. Just not much to my liking. Not much of a true HOG. February 15, 2013
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