Temple Of Life The Legend of Four Elements
Average Rating 8 player reviews ( 3.8 out of 5.0 )
A whirlwind adventure to restore life's balance
Gather your courage for a whirlwind adventure! Alongside Jane, a young archaeology assistant, your search begins for the legendary artifacts described in an ancient manuscript. Take heed: danger is just around the corner.
By accidentally releasing the power of one of the artifacts, Jane has upset the balance of life's four elements! Help her to restore the balance before it's too late! Traverse Egypt, Mexico, England, Romania and the ancient catacombs of the Temple of Life as you overcome each trap and puzzle. Can you brave every challenge, and save the world from disaster? With vivid locations and inventive puzzles, Temple Of Life: The Legend of Four Elements will be a journey you won't soon forget.
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I thought this was cute and fun. I played the harder level and didn't have any issues. I kind of liked the shoot the monster part although I agree it didn't make much sense for the story. I also agree that it felt like the developers ran out of ideas when you got 2 of the elements in one chapter instead of just one element per chapter. Overall however I did enjoy this game. See more See less
This was a pretty good game. I should have selected the harder level on it though, as it was kind of easy. The story wasn't too bad, but I don't get the monsters either. The ending was abrupt and not what I expected as there was no big "Ta DA" for the story. See more See less
I agree with potello - I played this game before. I didn't like it then and the repeat experience didn't improve anything. I still don't understand the point of monsters popping up - the shooter aspect is completely random and doesn't fit in well with the rest of the game. See more See less
I am so glad that I didn't buy this one. It isn't difficult to play, and the graphics are great, but...the background musis could put anyone to sleep, and the storyline, which promises a lot in the first 'chapter,' doesn't deliver after that. The programmers apparently thought up this great idea, and then decided it was too much work to finish, so there are only four 'chapters' and the last two are lamely constructed, leaving the player rather disappointed in the ending. Nice way to kill a few hours but NOT worth the money. See more See less