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Element4l is an immersive and experimental indie platform game, with a strong focus on flow and smooth gameplay, wrapped in an exceptional soundtrack by Mind Tree.

In Element4l, you control four elements who are bound together on a journey to shape life. Your only hindrances are nature and the sun. It takes a different, innovative approach to classic platform games and challenges you to rearrange your reflexes.

Element4l is a challenge. The first time you play it, you will struggle... just like the first time you've learned how to ride a bike.Features
  • Elements with ninja moves
  • Alternative 4-button based gameplay
  • Exceptional soundtrack by Mind Tree (Included for FREE as high quality MP3's)
  • 16 levels throughout 4 stages (+ tutorial levels and bonus)
  • Competitive race mode with adaptive ghosts from other players
  • Collectibles/achievements/easter eggs/...
  • Includes DLC Update: Lap Races
Release date
Age rating
10+ Everyone 10+

System requirements for PS Vita

System requirements for PC

  • OS:Windows XP or later
  • Processor:Intel / AMD 1Ghz
  • Memory:2 GB RAM
  • Graphics:NVIDIA or ATI - Intel: Shader Model 2 capable
  • DirectX®:9.0c
  • Hard Drive:500 MB HD space

System requirements for Linux

Important: The Linux version is still in beta.
Known problems: Fullscreen mode may introduce some mouse and video problems on certain systems.

  • Memory:2 GB RAM
  • Graphics:NVIDIA or ATI - Intel: Shader Model 2 capable
  • Hard Drive:500 MB HD space

System requirements for macOS

  • OS:10.6 or later
  • Processor:Intel CPU
  • Memory:2 GB RAM
  • Graphics:NVIDIA or ATI - Intel: Shader Model 2 capable
  • Hard Drive:500 MB HD space
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Last Modified: May 7, 2023

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          Element4l reviews and comments

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          Microsoft from Deutsch
          For someone who is not looking for the Usual, this Game is awesome. It has Potential. Unfortunately, I have to say that I have just played too many of these experimental Indie games lately and this is for me nothing more than an interesting Graphic Study. So It's not bad, but for me it's just uninteresting.
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          Microsoft from Deutsch
          Nice Game for in between, sophisticated Control, beautiful design, beautiful Idea, beautiful Implementation. For my Taste, however, too repetive to Play Through. Those who like Such In-play and feel challenged by the "indirect" Control could well have their Fun with it. I wouldn't pay The full Price, though.
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          Microsoft from Deutsch
          The Game is quite okeee ... Yes you can do yes. Damn this Game is so cuddly! It doesn't get any more Knuffiger!!! This always cheerfully peeping Element tends to open a broad Smile yourself:) The Music is also super beautiful and fits very well with the Atmosphere and I have already listened to And favored the whole Mix on Youtube:D The Puzzles are tricky but easily feasible when dealing with the Level. Even on the Edge, little sayings appear again and again, where I had to smile! ^ So if you want a tricky and cuddly one with super Music to chill, this Game is totally right:)
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          Microsoft from Deutsch
          ' I haven't focused so relaxed for a long time! ' Element41 is a unique Platformer that can develop a breathtaking flow of The game After a short Training Period. The Reason for this is the 4 Elements earth, fire, Ice and Air as the Title already reveals, which can be changed through the 4 different Directions on the Gamepad (is recommended) throughout. Each Element adds its expected Properties (E.g. Ice = Smoothness, good for Slipping or Air = light, good for flying, etc.) which demands the Player well by cleverly changing this game, just at the End of the game about 4-5 Hours long. The simple Design in combination with the atmospheric Soundtrack (which is included when Buying the Game) lets you try heavy Spots over and over Again, even after hours!
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          In a nutshell: I was still NEVER! So FROH! To have managed a game! This game is at so many places so scruple unfair because only with the minimally exact key frequency it allows the priority to come which one after partially 100x die at the level (preferably the last level) the game in thoughts just screams at and the sweet little Air spirit in those same wants to tear up his cheerful smug grin pleasantly disappears ... And then IRGENDWIE was made and kindergarten hazards are allowed to bypass only to end up in a hack-heavy deadlock ... And then you just get through with the game at some point and endorphins the body ... Is it worth it? Everyone has to decide for themselves, friends of kaizo mario will get here anyway at their cost I mean under 7% of the players have made it to the end and that in a game the no 4std. Goes.
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