Four elementals are drawn to Claudia as she searches for her missing uncle! Embark on a journey to discover the secret behind the mysterious Faery Gates.
User reviews: Very Positive (68 reviews)
Release Date: Jul 26, 2011

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About This Game

Sea Cross Island was a quiet haven just off the mainland, but recently strange things have been happening! Mysterious creatures known as Fae have started appearing and are wreaking havoc. A young girl named Claudia, is thrust into adventure as she searches for her missing uncle amongst the chaos. It's a dangerous journey but she's not without friends. Four elementals are drawn to her aid as Claudia finds out that she’s actually a sorceress! Embark on a journey to discover the secret behind the mysterious Faery Gates.

Key features:

  • 50 + levels
  • Upgrade customization
  • Cute Monsters!
  • Active time puzzle combat!
  • Boss Battles!

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processor: Pentium or equivalent
    • Memory: 270 MB
    • Hard Disk Space: 76 MB
    • Video Card: Direct X 8 or higher compatible
    • DirectX®: Direct X 8 or higher
Helpful customer reviews
4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
11.8 hrs on record
Posted: February 26
"Endless Fluff" may be an apt description of this game, but not in a bad way. The story is cute, the characters are cute -- even the monsters are cute! But cuteness does not detract from the plot and gameplay. This game actually has an engaging storyline, which one may not expect from what appears to be a basic "match three" puzzle game. While the puzzle aspects of the game can occasionally become tedious, the story and RPG elements keep you coming back after you die. And I actually do like the RPG elements and the ability to upgrade your various elements in order to perform special attacks when you do "match" the correct jems together. In all, I do highly recommend this game.
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17 of 17 people (100%) found this review helpful
15.7 hrs on record
Posted: September 12, 2013
Great match-three game with pretty graphics and a nice story. The end is hellishly difficult though.
Valdis Story, the next game from Endless Fluff Games is also awesome (metroidvania).
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16 of 17 people (94%) found this review helpful
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 23, 2013
a nice casual match-3 game with :
- cute western art
- nice fantasy story
- elemental-based 'attack'
- 'skill' upgrades
- boss battles

too bad it doesn't have steam achievements & cards.
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14 of 14 people (100%) found this review helpful
10.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 25, 2014
First impression: If you liked Puzzle Quest, but thought it was too slow, Legend of Fae is for you.

EDIT:

Second impression: First impression still holds. However, unlike Puzzle Quest, Legend of Fae is...well, easy. I seem to be done with the tutorial parts and have entered the actual meat of the game. You're given an option between two difficulties, easy and hard. I picked hard. Thus far, everything has been an absolute pushover. Each level has an "expert" bonus target for completing it in a certain time and with a certain score, and I've been able to amply reach both goals on every level, often doubling the score and halving the time.

Not to say it hasn't been fun. It has. I'm just also waiting for my HP bar to dip below 90%, so that I actually need to heal myself.

EDIT:

Third impression: First impression still holds.

The game's difficulty has started noticably ramping up. It's still nowhere near "too hard", though I have begun to miss score and/or time goals by smallish margins. Perhaps I spoke too soon on the too easy part.

There's also a bonus boss I unlocked a while back. I've tried it a few times, but it utterly destroys me every time.
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11 of 11 people (100%) found this review helpful
8.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 2, 2013
Simple in its concept but quite addictive. This can remind of bejeweled or any games using the same gameplay, but with more options. You also have to fight monsters using the attacks you gain by putting elements together (a line or goup of 3 or more tiles). Perfect for when you have just a short period of time to play (Most of the chapters are between 8 and 12 minutes). Cute graphics and story. Easy to understand and play. I have played about 20 chapters so far and intend to finish the game.

You get to travel with 4 elemental spirits that will help you fight along the way. For each chapter you complete, you gain a puzzle piece which you can use to buy upgrades for the spirits/elementals that fights with you. This gives you options to help you win the further chapters and fight more ennemies. You're also free to upgrade the spirits you want (there is no obligation so you can upgrade only one of them if you want).

There are some records to beat and level of difficulty as well, which is interesting.
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