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Topic: Game: Azada and 4 Elements Announced for Nintendo 3DS for March of 2012
Licensed 4U announced today the upcoming release of two of their games for the Nintendo 3DS, both slated for release on March 23, 2012. The two titles to be released are known as Azada and 4 Elements.
Azada follows the adventures of the magician Titus, who has become trapped in a room haunted by his great-uncle. After escaping the room with the help of gathered magic, Titus' great-uncle transports him to his study and asks him to set him free. Titus must solve the mysterious puzzles of Azada and fill in the missing pages of the enchanted book. With more than 40 puzzles and five master-level puzzles, including word puzzles, matching, escape-the-room and hidden object, Azada aims to be a challenge as players must use strategy and logic to prevail.
4 Elements is set during the period of an ancient kingdom that is in dire trouble. The magic of hte four elements that has kept it running for centuries has been corrupted by evil powers, and the altars no longer yield the energy of life. It is up to the player to unlock the four ancient books of magic and collect the 16 mysterious cards that can restore the kingdom to life. Players will not be alone in their journey, as they will have a fairy sidekick to aid them as they encounter elementals, dragons, knights and other magic creatures.
Additional features of 4 Elements include:
4 books of magic to unlock and study
16 mysterious cards to collect
Gripping storyline presented in beautiful animation
64 captivating levels with 20 challenging bonus tasks
-Well, listen to my story, a story I will tell, of an airborne sapper, who would go through hell, His home was FT. Leonard Wood, the land that God forgot, the mud was 18inches deep, and the sun was blazing hot.