1,000 - 5,000 downloads
- Original game concept
- Cool graphics
- Two game modes
- Nothing special
Elemental is an original puzzle game in which you have to become a smart alchemist
This full version is ad-free.
Elemental merges two genres: sudoku and alchemy. Your goal is to complete the board without repeating pieces in the same line nor in the same column. However, not all the pieces on the board are "elements", they're also combination of them. Thus, besides water, air, fire and water, you'll have to complete the board with steam, ice, mud, lightning and many other combination of elements.
There are two different game modes: "Normal" (play button) which is the campaign mode. You will have to complete different puzzle through 8 Worlds (ninth is coming soon). In "Survival mode", you'll have to complete puzzle of 4 or 5 elements in less than a minute (countdown).
The game is set in cool cartoonished graphics. Controls are intuitive: just drag the element from the bottom to the tile where you want to place it on the board. If you tap on an tile, it shows a description of the element and (this gives it a touch) a quote related.
It's original gameplay has really surprised us. The game has been well developed regarding concept, scenery and controls. High recommendable.
If you are a fan of games like Sudoku but you are sick of numbers, Elemental is your game! Use your brain to create elements by mixing earth, air, fire and water to solve puzzles.
Complete puzzles as fast as you can and win the high score. You can use tips that teach you how to mix the elements. Each tip contains a famous quote that you can tweet and share with your friends. If you’re still stuck, you can also place a spell that magically puts a piece on the board right where it belongs!
Sounds easy, right? Not so fast...the more tips and spells you use, the less points you will earn!
You can also connect to OpenFeint and check your scores and ranking against players from all around the world. You can also unlock clever achievements as your skills improve.
Elemental is an app for smartphones and tablets. The game
is perfect for mobile phones like Samsung Galaxy S2, Samsung Europa, Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung Galaxy Ace, HTC Desire, HTC Evo, Motorola Defy, LG Optimus One and many others.
Elemental is a game with amazing graphics that will challenge your brain and your patience every day!
Available in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
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*** UNDERSTAND THE PERMISSIONS REQUESTED BY THE GAME ***
COARSE (NETWORK-BASED) LOCATION – We use this information to feed our analytics tools and determine which areas have more players. So we can improve the game for different audiences.
FULL INTERNET ACCESS – Used for sending analytics data, error reports and also to access OpenFeint. But is not required be connected to the internet to play.
READ SENSITIVE LOG DATA – We use this permission to read the log of the device and determine which was the link used to download the game. So we can identify the most efficient distribution channels.
MODIFY/DELETE USB STORAGE CONTENTS MODIFY/DELETE SD CARD CONTENTS – This allows you to store Elemental on your SD card!
Music. If the device screen is turned off, the music stops playing
Vibrate. The option of turning off vibration on wrong moves was added to the game
Heyzap. Heyzap integration was removed
Tutorial. If you make a wrong move in the tutorial, you’ll have the option of retaking the step instead of start from the beginning again
The paid version still has ads and no contact is possible with the creators.
Love it on the phone, but would rather play on the tablet. I would gladly give 4 or 5 stars if fixed
It is one of those games that you have to run through all the levels while the controls are still fresh in your head. Restarting after a long break will require a relearn of the combinations. This is a top favorite of mine and recommended to all my fri
Very relaxing. Play it to unwind after a stressful day.
Its really teaching you about some element that combine to solve the puzzle so to speak reminds of soduku except no numbers :-)