4 Elements II Platinum Edition
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  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.5 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 1024 MB Ram
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4 Elements II Platinum Edition 

Rescue the fairies of Earth, Air, Fire, and Water to restore the book of magic in 4 Elements II Deluxe, a marvelous matching challenge. The world of magic is in grave danger after a careless spell casts a shadow of darkness and despair. Only the four elemental fairies have the power to correct it, but they are trapped within a special book. Free them and save the kingdom again.

  • save the magic kingdom once again in this wonderful 3-in-a-row journey
  • complete 64 unique stages plus 32 bonus levels to free the elemental fairies
  • play exciting Hidden Object, Spot-the-Difference, and other mini-games
  • enjoy beautiful extras such as a screensaver, wallpapers, and an exclusive soundtrack
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Reviews of 4 Elements II Platinum Edition
 | Added on: January 23, 2016
 
Can play for hours, fun game to play, and easy to learn. Lots of various puzzles and fun ways to play. Fun for the entire family.
 | Added on: September 30, 2011
 
fun 2 play! hours passed quickly! enjoyable and wholesome. easy to learn & play!
 | Added on: September 29, 2011
 
This game is one that I really enjoyed. It is a talkie and a reading game. The graphics are great and the folks you meet are just a neat. While it is a match 3 game, it has a copletely different concept, as you match many as possibly with arrows, break ice and stone to follow the sweet little fairy, while connecting pipe and finding objects to complete your task. This one is the # 2 version. I don't know how I missed the first one. However, I have gone back to see if it was a fun as this one was to play. Sure hope it is.
 | Added on: October 7, 2011
 
love this game. it kinda reminds me of Lamp of Aladin. the graphics are great. like the music. love the way you have to solve the puzzles by matching tiles so the liquid can flow thru. i like the helpful signs along the way. i liked the HO part of the game. seeing the pix change, and the letters floating until u can read the stories again. all just great. the power ups were very helpful. i have to say, as soon as i save this review, i'm buying this game. thanx, guys. oh, and the fairies are soooooooooo cute.
 | Added on: October 10, 2011
 
I usually get bored with match 3 games, but I could not stop playing this one. I literally had to play one more level, then one more, then one more. Wound up finishing the entire game in two days (and it is not a short game). The graphics were amazing. Cute additions everywhere you look, each puzzle is filled with characters and animations that change as you progress. The game combines several different types of puzzles (block mazes, pipe mazes, etc) within the match 3, which is also a maze of its own. Added to that are mini games of several different types ( HO, find the difference, jigsaw, etc) to really keep the game fresh. I have to say it is the best puzzle game I have ever played. The lower levels are easy enough for kids, but it gets quite challenging at the upper levels to keep you interested.
 | Added on: September 29, 2011
 
The premise of this game is good. The graphics are bright and colorful. The incidental dialogue is often quite humorous. My minor complaint is that there is a "seek and find" board that is way too small for these older eyes ! I wish it had been full screen. That aside, my major complaint is that the game did not allow you to think enough for yourself - there were a lot (I thought too many) implanted bombs and row clearing arrows, and I found myself watching the "life force" course through much of the board on its own,with no help from me. I don't mind sitting and strategizing for a game, and I wish I had been able to do it for this one. I will finish the game, and recommend trying it for yourself. It's suitable for all ages.
 | Added on: October 3, 2011
 
I loved the first 4 Elements & I was not disappointed with the second. A very unique take on Match games & the puzzle sections are nicely interesting. I'm happily half way thru after downloading last night. A definite lengthy game, which is great. You have to think a bit too in regards to which way to go, etc. Another plus in my book. My only problem with either one is that you can't scroll back & maybe pick up a 30+ chain or other accomplishment. Other than that, I would encourage any Match players to get this game. Even my husband loves them & he's strictly a HOG player! Enjoy.
 | Added on: October 4, 2011
 
I love match 3 games but let's face it sometimes they can get a bit boring! This one is teriffic. I love the fact that you can take differnt routes to get to the same place and that you have to solve these intriquing little puzzles before the lava will flow to allow you to pass to the next part. If that isn't enough for you, there is a story line and get this a time limit. OMG!! What else could you ask for. This is my first review I hope you all understand how cool this game is! If you play one match three this year this is the one!
 | Added on: October 11, 2011
 
This has match 3 and HO's which I loved. I didn't think I would like it, but I really like it from the first game on. Faced pace with the match 3, not your usual slow match 3, this one keeps you hopping. Definitely worth a try and a buy!
 | Added on: October 3, 2011
 
This is a charming game that both me and my grandson enjoyed. There is a cute story line with interesting matching challenges. It also has interesting hidden object puzzle solving.
 | Added on: October 5, 2011
 
Having played the original 4 Elements too many times, this new edition is so very welcome. It's more challenging than the original, including extra "Challenges" to keep you entertained well after you get through the game. (I'm still not through all of those.) I could do without the new parts where you have to move the blocks out of the way in a very certain way to continue, but I am hooked. Sooooo glad to have another edition!!!
 | Added on: October 3, 2011
 
Excellent game. It took me almost 20 hours to complete (it gives your playing time when the game is finished). I played it in timed mode and didn't get through the chapter in the allotted time on a few occasions. Worth every penny!
 | Added on: July 27, 2012
 
Overall a good game. A nice twist from the match-3 games. The fairies were too cute - literally TOO cute. The highest puzzles were more challenging, but did not offer anything new.
 | Added on: October 5, 2011
 
Playrix has hit this one out of the ballpark! I'm not usually drawn to Match 3 games but after playing FarmScapes I thought I'd give this a try. After about 30 minutes of gameplay I bought it! As usual, Playrix has made the gaming environment come alive with the beautiful colors, graphics, and whimsical characters. Match 3 play with little mini puzzles dispersed throughout the gameboard on 4 levels and another mini game on Level 5 (HO or Spot the Differences) keep this game interesting and challenging but not so tough that you get frustrated. If I had to change anything in this game, I'd add a Skip button during the Match 3 play for the mini game where you need to move bricks in order to advance the energy flow. This is a game the whole family can enjoy and I heartily recommend it!
 | Added on: October 3, 2011
 
I am a big fan of the 1st four elements, and couldn't wait for the new release. I found the original version to be challenging, exciting, and fun, somehow, this version left me cold. I could tell that the developers put a lot of work into the game, and the graphics, music, etc were all great. The game play was just repetitious, and rather than having fun, I found myself just wanting to get through it so I could say I finished it. There were no surprises and it wasn't particularly challenging. Maybe I'll go back and play the original.
 | Added on: July 3, 2012
 
I found this game to be tedious. When I was able to string a long chain together it the blast was minimal. It took forever to complete some of the levels. I dislike sliding puzzles and this game had them. On some of the levels you were able to by-pass the block puzzles.
 | Added on: February 27, 2014
 
Just like the original 4 Elements, this game has large, sprawling levels that feel much more "epic" than regular matching games. Similarly epic is the music, which never gets old, in my opinion. The goal of the game is to restore the elements by guiding the elemental force to the end of each level. Matching chips by connecting three or more will break the dirt and allow the elemental force to flow through. There is cute scenery around the game boards, like wells, houses, creatures, and signposts that say silly things. In typical Playrix style, the graphics are lovely and scenery will sometimes respond to your mouse movements & clicks. Each element has a fairy that you have to rescue before you can play the match-3 levels to restore the element. She will guide you and tell you how much progress you've made. There are plenty of activities scattered throughout the game. Fragmented objects scenes, hidden objects, spot the difference, and even sliding/pipe rotation puzzles in the match-3 levels themselves. More than anything, though, you'll be playing the match-3 levels. The game is a delight to play, and with 64 large levels in the main story, it's built to last. It can get tricky with the timer on, but you can turn it off if you need to. There are also achievements. I recommend this game.
 | Added on: October 3, 2011
 
I haven't played the first in the series, but I may have to do that considering how good the second one is. As one reviewer already stated, you're not just doing Match 3 scenes--though that is the bulk of what you do in the game. There's also FROG scenes to finish chapters/rescue the fairies, some HOG scenes, a few Spot The Differences, and some places where you reassemble pictures. IMO, it's a very well balanced game and so addictive that I'm playing through it faster than I thought I would! Haven't finished to open the extra content yet, but I'm sure that will be very soon.
 | Added on: October 18, 2012
 
I did not find the gameplay to be as difficult as the original 4 Elements, but it was still very enjoyable. This game varies from the normal match 3 as you must move through a predetermined maze to the end, making matches in order to allow the "energy flow" to continue. In addition to the regular matching, there were some slide bar puzzles that ranged from easy to fairly difficult. There were also some small HO scenes at the end of a set of levels. I would have enjoyed this more had there been a little less of it. The levels never seemed to end. The added element of a timer was never a problem as there was always plenty of time to finish even the more difficult levels. The Platinum Edition also includes some very nice wallpaper. I'm sure fans of Match 3 games will enjoy this one.
 | Added on: October 3, 2011
 
Usually I dont like the match 3 type of games because they are way to repetative and get old very quickly. However this one was different cause you had to get this life force to the end and for some reason this made it feel like all teh amtching had a purpose. Not only that but the graphics are amazing and the extra mini games can but a little challenging. Overall this game is just amazing.
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