In Dungeon of Elements, you play a character in a rather uninteresting story. Perhaps its the lack of narration, and my lack of imagination, but the story itself I found quite difficult to get into. Putting that aside, I actually really enjoyed this title. If you have ever played Dr. Mario, you will know the type of gameplay to expect. The backgrounds can be a little confusing, and the controls will sometimes mess you up if you are trying to squeeze something in a quick spot, but otherwise no complaints as far as the game mechanics are concerned.
Aside from that you have an interesting take on an RPG/Puzzle game. You can use different weapons and equipment you find throughout the game, to assist you in clearing the "dungeons" (really just puzzles). While the replayability is somewhat low, the game does offer an enjoyable means to kill time, and left me wanting to come back for more.
If you do not know anything about Dr. Mario, the screenshots for the game can better give you an idea of puzzles to expect, otherwise I would absolutely recommend this title for the price to anyone seeking an enjoyable puzzle adventure.
Pros - Fun gameplay, Awesome design and equipment setup, Soundtrack (medieval and enjoyable)
Cons - Dated Graphics, Controls and backgrounds sometimes irritating
Overall - 7.5/10