Azada and 4 Elements announced for the 3DS

24 January, 2012 - 10:24 pm by
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Loving “words” is something many claim and yet, it’s mocked in many ways throughout modern plays and literature. However, when a company with a numeric value in it’s name appears one instantly thinks of fraudsters. Yet, the only dishonest thing about Licensed 4U is how they’ve managed to stay under the radar for so long. Today they announced that Azada and 4 Elements will be released in the UK on the Nintendo 3DS.

Azada is a puzzle game that’s already had great success on the PC platform and comprises of the adventures of hapless magician Titus continue with masses of escape-the-room puzzles, hidden object and mini games in each level. It hails back to a simpler time of gameplay and it almost looks like a point and click adventure, which the Nintendo handheld is perfectly designed for.

They round off their princeliness with 4 Elements, which is another magic and puzzle based title for the Nintendo 3DS. The ancient kingdom is in trouble. The magic of the four elements that kept it running for centuries has been corrupted by evil powers and the altars no longer yield the energy of life. It is up to you to unlock the 4 ancient books of magic and collect 16 mysterious cards that will help you restore the kingdom to life. An adorable little fairy will be your aide in this perilous journey as you encounter elemental, dragons, knights and various magic creatures.

Both Azada and 4 Elements will be released on the Nintendo 3DS on the 23 March 2012.