If you think fairies and other supernatural critters have it easy, it's obvious you haven't played Intenium's latest brain-boggling puzzler Elven MIsts, wherein the inhabitants of Elvenland lie trapped in magical slumber. The trick to freeing them: Using your noggin to create linked pathways between magical nodes that overlap with the enchanted buds in which these poor sprites are imprisoned.
Thick magical fog has descended upon Elvenland. The Elves lie in a deep slumber, trapped by flower buds. It will be your task to lift the fog and wake the elves. Be warned, the fog is not easily driven away. You will need patience and a clear head. Four bonuses will help you through the levels until the entire realm is freed from the mist. Use them wisely to master the difficult challenges ahead.
Two play modes - Arcade and Relaxed (which removes all time limits) - greet you at the start, with the former being by far the most engaging choice. No matter which you pick, you'll move along a board game-style map attempting to successfully complete individual scenarios, traversing additional squares as you beat each challenge. All levels are, of course, self-contained, and begin with shimmering, gossamer-winged pixies flying onto the board and nestling within flowering blossoms. Your goal is, of course, to rescue every one. How to do so? Simply lay down pieces of varying shape and size, which look similar to Tetris blocks (left-click to place, right-click to rotate), in such a manner as to cover the squares on which they're located, while also connecting two magical portals. Do so, and these blocks dissolve while sprites fly free amidst an eye-catching sprinkle of faerie dust.
(Definitely worth to play and maybe buy)
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