Elven Mists

Thick magical fog has its grip on the Elvenland. The amicable inhabitants lie in deep slumber, entrapped by enchanted flower buds. It is 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. Can you save the elves?

Date published: Whereby you release fairies trapped inside the tiles. If you do not understand anything there is always a magical question it will show you what to do with every unknown object on the field. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by netnanna from A real brain teaser!! Forget it's about elves and fairies, the characters are really funny and the a humorous story line. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by MeganB7 from A real brain-teaser! But for the past 3 days I have tried to get past level 68 and I cannot. I was pretty pleased with myself when I got through a difficult level. What I mean by that is, although this game is definitely nothing close to solitaire, it's one of those old standbys I can always go to. Love the game and the deeper you go into the levels the harder it becomes. Requires logic and is quite challenging. Quite frankly I'm getting quite tired of playing trial games here on BFG and buying them only to regret it halfway through the game or near the end. It looks like a Tetris game at first glance, but here you should connect two portals with the tiless of the same color. You see a very gloomy picture instead of a beautiful landscape! While saving magic inhabitants you will see four different bonuses on the game field.

This game makes my 55 year old brain think!! Advertisement Elven Mists Are you crazy about travelling? Forget it's about elves and fairies, the characters are really funny and the a humorous story line. There's no untimed mode, which would make this game a five star. What I mean by that is, although this game is definitely nothing close to solitaire, it's one of those old standbys I can always go to. Overall, a good game to stretch your brain! However it's very challenging, especially in the higher levels. Requires logic and is quite challenging. So, it's simple enough at the beginning, but some of the levels are incredibly difficult. Quite frankly I'm getting quite tired of playing trial games here on BFG and buying them only to regret it halfway through the game or near the end. I'm off to try Elven Mists 2. I did get stuck a couple of times but patience and persistency always won out.


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This game is ridiculously simple in its premise. This started out as a great game. I have played it over and over I don't even see how it is possible. This game starts off simply enough: just connect the Elven Mists nodes with coloured pieces to release the elves trapped in Pengu Wars. I like the original Elven Mists game better, but this one has challenged me, which I like! If you do not understand anything there is always a magical question it will show you what to do with every unknown object on the field. Place a tile Elven Mists the bonus to pick it up. You will find two game modes - Arcade and Relaxed ones. Be ready for unexpected difficulties and dangers in Elven Mists. It's different in that you can't use bonuses when you need them, only when they fill up with "mana" and then you have to use them when they pop up. What I mean by that is, although this game is definitely nothing close to solitaire, it's one of those old Farm Tribe I can always go to. I've become much more cautious in my purchasing here.

That's the only reason I haven't given it 5 stars. If you do not understand anything there is always a magical question it will show you what to do with every unknown object on the field. There's no untimed mode, which would make this game a five star. But for the past 3 days I have tried to get past level 68 and I cannot. Based on the reviews I've read so far - either we didn't play the same game OR people submitted a review before thoroughly playing the game. Requires logic and is quite challenging. I was pretty pleased with myself when I got through a difficult level. I had to redo several levels which was fine. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by netnanna from A real brain teaser!! It's different in that you can't use bonuses when you need them, only when they fill up with "mana" and then you have to use them when they pop up. I like the original Elven Mists game better, but this one has challenged me, which I like! Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by fluffitude from Not like the first game, some levels will stop the game from continuing I loved the first Elven Mist, but there's a bug that was never fixed where the game won't save when you exit. I did get stuck a couple of times but patience and persistency always won out. This game starts off simply enough: just connect the power nodes with coloured pieces to release the elves trapped in flowers. Tiles pop up and you have to fit them against the same colored tiles to "pop" them.

Quite frankly I'm getting quite tired of playing trial games here on BFG and buying them only to regret it halfway through the game or near the end. You see a very gloomy picture instead of a beautiful landscape! I like how you don't run out of lives, like in the original game, but the timed option Rescue Team 7 just too short--I can only get to level 6 before I Elven Mists out of time. Love the game and the deeper you go into the levels the Elven Mists it becomes. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by psufan78 from Challenging Brain Twister Game I never read the storyline in these games, so I won't rate it. I'm off to try Elven Mists 2. I was pretty pleased with myself when I got through a difficult level. Whereby you release fairies trapped inside the tiles.


I like how you don't run out of lives, like in the original game, but the timed option is just too short--I can only get to level 6 before I run out of time. It's still a lot of fun I spent weeks trying to finish the game successfully. Based on the reviews I've read so far - either we didn't play the same game OR people submitted a review before thoroughly playing the game. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by psufan78 from Challenging Brain Twister Game I never read the storyline in these games, so I won't rate it. That is frustrating that I can't go further in the game! I haven't completed all the levels, getting REALLY hard now, but the feeling of achievement when a difficult level is beaten, is a real turn-on. I have played it over and over If they add an untimed mode, I will update my review. I'm off to try Elven Mists 2. Just imagine that after a long journey you return home and cannot believe your eyes. Everything is covered with thick fog and you cannot recognize Elven land!

10 thoughts on “Elven Mists

  1. Place a tile on the bonus to pick it up. Your objective is to save all inhabitants in Elven Mists game! Requires logic and is quite challenging. Date published: I'm off to try Elven Mists 2.

  2. There's no untimed mode, which would make this game a five star. You see a very gloomy picture instead of a beautiful landscape! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by MeganB7 from A real brain-teaser! I have played it over and over While saving magic inhabitants you will see four different bonuses on the game field.

  3. I like the original Elven Mists game better, but this one has challenged me, which I like! Graphics is very bright and colorful while music is very special. If you don't mind that you cannot reach the end of the game, this is a great game - but for people like me - who like the accomplishment, it's a no-go. It's still a lot of fun

  4. If they add an untimed mode, I will update my review. It looks like a Tetris game at first glance, but here you should connect two portals with the tiless of the same color. I tend to put this in the same category as solitaire. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by netnanna from A real brain teaser!! While saving magic inhabitants you will see four different bonuses on the game field.

  5. Based on the reviews I've read so far - either we didn't play the same game OR people submitted a review before thoroughly playing the game. I've become much more cautious in my purchasing here. Be ready for unexpected difficulties and dangers in Elven Mists. Love the game and the deeper you go into the levels the harder it becomes.

  6. The entire chain becomes active and tiles disappear. Whereby you release fairies trapped inside the tiles. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by psufan78 from Challenging Brain Twister Game I never read the storyline in these games, so I won't rate it. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by fluffitude from Not like the first game, some levels will stop the game from continuing I loved the first Elven Mist, but there's a bug that was never fixed where the game won't save when you exit.

  7. I haven't completed all the levels, getting REALLY hard now, but the feeling of achievement when a difficult level is beaten, is a real turn-on. If they add an untimed mode, I will update my review. But for the past 3 days I have tried to get past level 68 and I cannot. I don't even see how it is possible. I struggled to pass level 68 for a few days, but finally figured out how to do it and I am now on level another very challenging level!

  8. I'm off to try Elven Mists 2. Everything is covered with thick fog and you cannot recognize Elven land! I like how you don't run out of lives, like in the original game, but the timed option is just too short--I can only get to level 6 before I run out of time. The entire chain becomes active and tiles disappear. Can't wait.

  9. It's different in that you can't use bonuses when you need them, only when they fill up with "mana" and then you have to use them when they pop up. I did get stuck a couple of times but patience and persistency always won out. You see a very gloomy picture instead of a beautiful landscape! These bonuses will be very useful in Elven Mists game because you can clear any area with the help of it.

  10. I haven't completed all the levels, getting REALLY hard now, but the feeling of achievement when a difficult level is beaten, is a real turn-on. This game starts off simply enough: just connect the power nodes with coloured pieces to release the elves trapped in flowers. But for the past 3 days I have tried to get past level 68 and I cannot. I tend to put this in the same category as solitaire. This started out as a great game.

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