Elven Mists

  • 92 levels
  • 11 Chapter Storyline
  • 4 Helpful Bonuses
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/VISTA/7/8
  • CPU : 600MHz or faster Processor
  • Memory : 128

Review for game Elven Mists

Thick magical fog has its grip on the Elvenland. The amicable inhabitants lie in deep slumber, entrapped by enchanted flower buds. It is your task to lift the fog and wake the elves. Be warned, the fog is not easily driven away. You will need patience and a clear head. Four bonuses will help you through the levels until the entire realm is freed from the mist. Use them wisely to master the difficult challenges ahead. Can you save the elves?

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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

April 18, 2007

Game Rank

3942 points

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Cannot save in relaxed mode
August 25, 2013

Well, I just started playing this game and I started in RELAXED mode. I got to level 17 and then couldn't play anymore and had to do other things. I found out that I could not save my progress!! You mean to tell me that I have to perform all 92 levels in one sitting? That's ridiculous. After reading the other few reviews I decided to try it in ARCADE mode. Apparently you do have a CONTINUE feature for the ARCADE mode, but not the RELAXED mode. I haven't played it long enough to figure out the difference. I tried looking for some clock/timer on the ARCADE mode, but didn't see it unless I am blind.

Does not save in relaxed mode
February 11, 2014

I love the game but am very upset that it does not save your progress. I find that it is a waste of money and time because you have to start over each time you play. If somebody out there know how to make it save please post it. If it saved your level of progress I would recommend it.

Don't waste your money
December 9, 2011

You can't save the games, you need to keep starting from the beginning. Dont have 24 hours to complate game. Disappointing.

Fast-moving and Fun
December 19, 2011

I bought this when it first came out and I'm still addicted to this day...after completing the final chapter I begin again under a different player name and challenge myself to obtaining a higher score. (Your game does save when you play the arcade versus relaxed version.) In this same genre, my other favorites were Puzzle Bots, Hexalot and The Tiny Bang Story. Unfortunately, offerings of new brain teaser games are few and far between...

Have had this game since 2007 and still play
January 25, 2013

I got this years ago and a variety of ages play it (age 7 - 50s) There are 92 levels and early stages are very basic and the higher ones more difficult. I don't know what earlier posts were saying about not saving progress....it does save it. When you complete the game, you can start over and better your score. It saves game scores even under the same name. I love it!

HIGHLY recommended !!!!!!
March 19, 2013

This is my favorite puzzle game of all time. I've played over 900 games in the past 30 years (I actually keep a spreadsheet), have written dozens and published 2. As I struggled on some levels of this game I also marveled at the level design, it's as good as it gets. It's not about flashy graphics, just a well crafted game. Lots of replay value.

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