A match-3 game with RPG elements. Matching up the colors has the corresponding element use an attack, heal, etc. Sounds simple enough and it is, but the game has a good difficulty curve and a few interesting gameplay mechanics.
On the downside, the wind elemental seems a bit too important since he's the only character than can knock flying enemies to the ground, and it's necessary to do so to damage them. Felt like at least one of the other characters should have been able to do something similar. Makes the tactical aspect of fighting a bit repetitive since there are a lot of flying enemies in the game. If you ever find yourself wanting to do so, the game does let you respec your level-ups easily enough. The last boss is also stupid hard and I was one or two attempts from searching for a youtube clip of the ending. It's just an incredibly frustrating, long fight.
I don't play match-3 anything, so take this review of a match-3 game with a grain of salt. Picked it up on a whim and because the main character wears a leg brace and that seemed interesting enough. A solid, little puzzler, though the story/character aspects are extremely generic and disposable.