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4 Elements: Best Casual Game Nominee

4 Elements4 Elements, the game by Playrix Entertainment, a top-tier casual games developer and publisher, has been announced among the Best Casual Game Final Nominees for the 3rd Annual ELAN Awards. The ELANs honor the extraordinary achievements in the video game industry globally, launching the best casual game nomination for the first time this year.

Released in August 2008, 4 Elements showed spectacular results and garnered very positive reviews from media outlets of all kinds, including IGN that rated the game 8.0 out of 10.00 stressing its spectacular graphics and visual effects.

The title is a unique mix of Match-3, Hidden Object and Spot-the-Difference where players need to unlock the 4 ancient books of magic and thus restore the magic kingdom to life.

”We are much honored to have one of our games nominated for the Best Casual Game 2008 and it’s a wonderful compliment to the whole Playrix team," said Igor Bukhman, Playrix's COO and co-founder. "4 Elements gathered a huge fan base and sparked a flurry of interest. This made us decide to get to work on its sequel, and we hope that the new spin on the game will live up to players’ expectations. So stay tuned for the surprises from Playrix, we’ve got some very exciting things in the pipeline!”

The 3d Annual ELAN Awards Ceremony will be held on April 25, 2009 in Vancouver, Canada.

Other reviews of 4 Elements:

High production values including gorgeous visuals. Ethereal music. Superb story integrated with gameplay.
Casual Review:
We hate it when we get a game that we can't say anything bad about, because the game is just too damn good. 4 Elements is one of those games.
Inside Mac Games:
This is not another Jewel Quest variant; although it certainly has aspects in common with other jewel-matching games, 4 Elements is surprisingly original and plays quite differently from previous games in the genre.

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