Summary: for some users the levels hung up and you could not get beyond and it also locked up the computer when you went back to that level to try to play it. If you set up a different user sometimes you could get beyond the level and continue to play.
A lot like Bejeweled Blitz, not a Seek and Find game
13 August 2012
Summary: This is almost all a "Bejeweled" type game. It has a very short seek and find between chapters (and very easy), and a compare the pictures after each chapter. Other than that it's the same thing over and over. But it is kind of addictive if you like those kind of games. Not my cup of tea.
Summary: I liked playing the 1st 4 Elements - I would replay to beat my previous score. The new one does have nicer graphics and different challenges, but they took away the scoring, so the only challenge is to get through each screen, which is really no challenge and there is no reason to play it again.
Summary: Fairly good mix of chain forming, hidden object and spot-the-differences. A wider variety of power-ups would make the game more interesting. The game does get monotonous after a while due to the lack of significant differences in the levels.
Summary: I absolutely loved 4 elements, so buying #2 wasn't even a question for me. I was pretty totally disappointed. In the first 4 elements, some of the levels were really challenging to complete. While the graphics in II are great, the challenge just wasn't there. It was a purely fun, basic game.
Summary: This is not a hard game at all. It is fun, but you can finish this game easily in one night. I didn't know that when I got it. Had fun, but now it is just a game I don't play anymore because I have already beat it. It doesn't get harder because you beat it either..
Summary: This one of the first games i bought and I thought at the outset it was beautiful, but I soon tired of it. I loved the puzzles and games involved but got fed up with joining up the jewels. Too much of a muchness.