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Match three video games are my favorite past time. It was exciting to me to hear about 7 Elements on the iPad. The coolest thing about 7 Elements is it allows for multiple touch points. That means two objects can be moved at the same time from two different locations. That alone adds an all new strategy element.

7 Elements has bright and colorful objects. They are different elements. We have fire, earth, trees, gold, gyms, water, and clouds. Matching four or more will power up that element. Then when three or more match with that powered up element we get a massive explosion on the screen. The different elements do different things.

I love seeing how the different elements will clear portions of the screen in 7 Elements. The earth, and clouds are my personal favorites. The fire is a little lame in my opinion. But hey not every power up will be a winner. At least not in everyone's opinion. This time it is my opinion that goes out on the wire.

7 Elements can be very addicting, especially when you are figuring out how to earn that gold to upgrade those power ups. I also enjoyed beating my high score. Which is one of the key elements to 7 Elements. There are no worlds, buildings or other aspects to 7 Elements. It is just matching three and beating that high score.

Using up to three fingers at the same time on the screen can be a bit confusing at first. 7 Elements does have a neat tutorial that helps explain the aspects of the game. It takes a few seconds to go through, and I recommend families try it out. I wish 7 Elements would rotate so I could play it horizontally instead of just vertically. But that is a minor aspect.

7 Elements is a solid entry into the match three. It has its very own little innovation that will open new doors to the genre in the coming years. I would like to see this franchise continue in the future. I can see potential in sequels to 7 Elements.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 79%
Sound: 81%
Replay/Extras: 86%
Gameplay: 78%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: iPad
Publisher: Bucaa Studios
Rating: ‘4+' - 4+
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