Temple of Life: The Legend of Four Elements Collector's Edition
Temple of Life: The Legend of Four Elements Collector's Edition is one of the latest releases into the hidden object puzzle genre. The game revolves around one of the most common themes for the casual games - the four elements. If you are in the mood for a trip to Egypt in December, you should try this one.
The story of the game is not something new to those who are not new to the genre.
The game is not really in tune with the Christmas atmosphere and everything, but it is still not a problem, is it? If you are anything like me, the problem is the absence of voice acting. It doesn't make the game bad, but I do appreciate when you don't have to read all the dialogues.
The story of the game is not something new to those who are not new to the genre. You will have to save the world by restoring the balance of the four elements. I know that many appreciate this theme. And even more gamers will appreciate how the game sticks to the archaeology theme in all of its levels.
I'm not sure if the kind of vague scenes is also part of the Egyptian atmosphere, and it's not that they are not clear enough it is just the dust of the desert, but I do know that the hidden object levels are full of only what actually belongs. It means you will not find a remote or something like that there.
The seek-and-find levels are not the biggest part of the game, but you will still enough of them. The puzzles of the game are really satisfying. You can choose one of the two modes depending on the difficulty level you want. The game is pretty lengthy and you get to enjoy all the extras of the collector's edition.
The game is good to kill a few hours if you enjoy solving puzzles, searching for items, and saving the world.
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