Elias the Mighty
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8
  • 800 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Elias the Mighty 

Capture a criminal and save your beloved horse in Elias the Mighty, a wonderful shape-matching adventure based on the legendary folk hero.

Old Russia is full of scoundrels and many people live in fear. Only one hero can make a stand to stop them, but when his beloved horse is captured, Elias the Mighty takes things personally. Now, he is on a mission not only to free his countrymen from the tyranny of thieves, but also to save his most prized friend.

Journey with Elias the Mighty and restore peace to his country in 100 fantastic matching levels. To defeat your enemies, you'll have to be quick to place items in the corresponding and scrolling places above. Collect gems to purchase upgrades, earn helpful power-ups, and move swiftly to reach the target score. With colorful graphics, and storyline steeped in tradition, it will feel like the next best thing to fighting alongside Elias himself!

Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Elias the Mighty today!

  • Fight back scoundrels to save countrymen in this fun shape Matching adventure.
  • Play 100 levels in 16 locations as you journey through Russia.
  • Collect gems to purchase upgrades.
  • Use different power-ups to create point combinations.
  • Move swiftly to reach the target goal and defeat enemies.
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Reviews of Elias the Mighty
 | Added on: August 27, 2012
I'm 57 years young, married, full time housewife, the mother of 17 children and have 15 grandchildren with 2 more on the way later this year. (Smile!) For me, Elias the Mighty is boring and monotonous. Grab an item from the bottom of your screen then place it over a matching shape in the top rows. You get more points when 3 or more of the shapes beside each other are the same color. Excuse me but to me this is just plain pointless, it's not fun, it's not relaxing, it's not entertaining, it's horrendously stupid. The graphics appear to have to be sketched by a 2 or 3 year old (my youngest grandchildren can draw better than this, seriously ... sad but true). I never play computer games with the sound turned on because I enjoy peace and quiet so I unable to comment about this. As with all games that I try, I strongly recommend that you try the free one hour trial of this game while keeping an open mind then decide for yourself whether you like this game or not. You may enjoy this game more than I did.
 | Added on: August 27, 2012
This is Mysteries of Horus and Fashion Sense in a different skin. If you like placing items of matching shapes in shadow figures that pass on the screen above an inventory below, then you'll like it. What's different about this one from the others is that the developers decided to add a story line; they weren't particularly successful. Several new screens will come up (one after every level) with just a drawing but no text. The developers could have spent more time on the story, or else just not tried to add one in the first place. If you're new to this kind of game (it's not really a match-3 but unique enough that it doesn't fit into other categories), I would recommend starting first with Shape Shifter which is the old timer of this kind of game. Next, Mysteries of Horus, then this game.
 | Added on: August 31, 2012
like Shape Shifters. not a M3G, but i like this kind of game. got stuck, tho on level 3. but i'm not gonna give up. this game does take a lot of wrist action. i think there needs to be more direction re: the items you buy and why you are buying them. how they will help you. how to use them...
 | Added on: August 29, 2012
This game reminds me of a wooden preschool puzzle, where you fit a shape into its cut-out. The rows scroll left or right as you try to match the pieces to the cut-outs, with bonus points for placing several of the same color next to each other. Seemed simple in the first level. Later, the available pieces to pick up may not match the cut-outs going by, so you waste time waiting, which can cause you to lose the level. Since the levels are timed, it was also annoying to lose seconds when a prize you won swirled onto the playing field so that you couldn't see what you were doing. The levels were extremely repetitious, with non-stop clicking. Very difficult if you have carpal tunnel, hand arthritis, or slower reflexes. I doubt it would be good for young kids since you have to be able to think and react quickly. Surprisingly disappointing from Alawar.
 | Added on: August 27, 2012
This shape matching game is hardly new. It's been around so long that it's beend a free game on some sites. I know I've had it for years! Nevertheless, not a bad game - just not a very good one, either. You have to match shapes, and if you match the colors, too, you get bonuses which you use to buy equipment to help you in the game. I think it gets really tedious after a few levels, but if you like this kind of game, it's much better than ShapeShifter. It does have a good storyline, at least.
 | Added on: August 27, 2012
This is a fill-in-the-shapes game. You have several lines of revolving holes in which to put shapes that you receive. And that's all you do. Pick up items and put them in the holes. The object is to put as many items of the same color together as possible. The challenge comes in trying to place the correct item into an available hole. You may need a shovel, and you only have mugs or mushrooms. It can be frustrating. I don't find this kind of game stimulating or even fun, but some people out there may enjoy it.
 | Added on: August 27, 2012
I was excited when a new match 3 game came out, but was quickly disappointed in this one. It's the old conveyor belt game when you match objects with their shapes and if you get 3 of the same colors together ... well, that's as far as the match 3 comes in. Game got frustrating. My arthritic hands couldn't keep up with the required level to go forward. No reco for me, but maybe you'll enjoiy.
 | Added on: August 30, 2012
As mentioned your arm and wrist is likely to give out before you make any progress in this game. This game to me, is a test of how fast you can click and move an object and little else.
 | Added on: September 8, 2012
This game isn't really the type of Match 3 game that I like. You are basically picking up objects on the bottom to fill in the moving lines above. You end up waiting for the lines to move along so that you can get rid of an item. I found that it was boring waiting around.
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