One of the first games I saw on the PAX South floor was Force of Elements, a game that can be best described as Puzzle Quest 2 [$2.99] with a heavy focus on the online multiplayer component of the game. The game has two different real-time online modes, one where you have a few seconds to make as many moves as possible, and another where you get a limited number of turns. Each character has four different special abilities that charge up based on certain gem colors, with different effects like locking up the board or doing damage to the opponent. There will also be a singleplayer adventure mode, and the different characters can have their stats and skills upgraded.

The game will be free-to-play, with a closed beta hitting in March. The game is planned to be very cross-platform with iOS, Android, and PC versions planned, and release different after that. The game is meant to be something that casual match-3 players can enjoy, but also with a core player appeal, and the artwork is definitely one of dark fantasy style. There are lots of match-3 games, and this is definitely one of them, but the online multiplayer should prove to be fun.

  • gaymerX

    YES YES YES YES and YES!

    • HippoHumper

      Maybe?

  • Maniakovic

    Looks ok but Dunwitch Battle (only iPads) looks much better with deep RPG scenario, PvP and free2play))

    • dex206

      Two words - Ember Strike. Check the beta out on Kongregate. It is coming to mobile and it is really real-time

  • https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCu0iU1PaHv5EdANQIR21WAw DumplingChow

    Hmm I like the idea of going head to head in a matching game. Seems very relaxed and is a refreshing idea to bring to the gaming scene. I wish Wicked Fun good luck on the release!

  • 김지 킫밸

    It's in Denmark so if you have an iTunes account there, I suggest trying it out because it's SOOOOO FUNNNN!

    • Tasslehoff Burrfoot

      Hey bud. I saw this on the PH app store but once it downloads it has an error when I'm trying to open it saying can't connect with developer or something. How's the game?