Labyronia Elements

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The fully realized worlds of Water, Fire, Earth, Air, and Spirit await you in a new adventure! Enter the five elemental planets!

You are one of the Dark Ones, a Light-hungering ghostly being dwelling in the world of Spirit. Your mission is to explore and conquer each one of the alien elemental worlds...

...and regain your long-lost Light.Key Features
-About 20 playable characters.
-Five huge and original worlds to explore. Themes and methods of progression vary depending on the world.
-Gripping, multilayered story spanning tens of hours.
-Superb elemental soundtrack.
-Nonlinear progression- travel to the worlds of Water, Fire, Earth and Air in any order you want.
-Restore the elements into the central world of Spirit, and seek new routes as you rebuild Labyronia.
-Learn new skills and perks from equipment, and drain elemental magic from enemies.
-Huge amounts of different elements to drain... and then utilize them in strategic, turn-based battles.
-Hunt Legendary Monsters such as Crodin and Abramelin for the best drainable elements!

Labyronia Elements is the Magnum Opus of the popular Labyronia saga.
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  • OS: Windows 98, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
  • Processor: Intel Pentium III 800 MHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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I like the game pretty much. It offers in any case between fighting, story and puzzling. What I personally like pretty much is that it wasn't so exaggerated with the fights. So you don't have to knock over a monster every 2 meters in order to be able to move forward, which would be quite annoying on a duration. ps: I'm in the ice or water world right now and I have to charge the pillars. These columns with the light symbols. But I don't know how to do it. Unfortunately, I am missing out on ingame and tips about it. Could any of you perhaps tell me what to do there? With friendly greeting Red _ Dragon ^_^
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Just a Preview: An Old Bunny like me can't score with Games reminiscent of the RPG maker? Labyronia has actually taught me something Better. ! The World of Labyronia is divided into different Elements. As a Player, you have a free Choice as to which world you go to and what Emphasis you put on. First into the more Storyheavy Fire World? Or would you rather go into the Gameplay-heavy earth or Air world? I find it quite refreshing that a Game of this Kind relies on an OpenWorld Game principle. The good Soundtrack underlines the gloomy atmosphere of the first Few Hours of play. The even still rather shallow combat System of the Predecessors now demands a definitive strategic Approach. You must always be well prepared for fights and maintain Discipline (often heal and save). Instead of bluntly pressing fights, you have to siphon from the Start with different Skills such as Life sucking off, restoring "Mana" And defending to grab the Enemies. The Graph has to be accepted first. Typical 16bit style stop how you know that of Gameboy RPGs/JRPGs But just the Atmosphere In the first Hour Of play I have probably died five to ten times (well mainly because I was too stingy with the Potions .. and too curious ^ ^). Beginners could overwhelm this, but Veterans are finally being challenged here! The Duration of The game for the latter is about 50 Hours. Many are likely to take longer. I met the Creator of the Game Personally through the Predecessors and therefore got a copy as a Gift. In this Context, I find myself strange to talk so positively about the Game, but I am really serious: Since I found the Predecessors nice from the Idea, but not convincing, I was more than positively surprised this Time that the Game really captivated me. I've already pulled some RPGMaker games and Grew up with SNES and Gameboy. Labyronia Elements would have been a great fit for this Time! On today's Livestream, I also covered more than an Hour because I just wanted to keep gaming. Especially when you see the other Planets, you are happy to be able to discover so much. With around 50 Hours Of play, you definitely get a lot of things on offer for the narrow taler.
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