The game is a 2D platform puzzle game set in a medieval world of three pages (levels).
Four players will take control of the knights, siblings with the elemental powers, one of Water, Wind, Earth and Fire. Their task is to battle across the lands using their abilities to solve puzzles and reach the castle thus stopping their evil fifth sibling. You must work together to complete each page, but with the power orbs at stake, either fight between you or give to your siblings to improve the powers.
The main USP’s for this game are the saleable elemental powers moving along the good and evil scale. The pop up scenery is also a major part of the games look and feel. As the player starts the level will pop up, and as the players moves along the scene, key important objects will pop up into life to show their possible importance to a problem.
The Various Artists team created this game for the Dare to Be Digital contest in 2010.
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