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Battle of the Elements brings eye patch wearing tigers


3:30 PM on 11.04.2011



I always love a good puzzle game, and the Nintendo DS has an exceptional amount of great ones. EnjoyUP Games is bringing us a new entry for mobile puzzle lovers in Battle of the Elements.

So far, the gameplay seems very reminiscent of Critter Crunch by players moving pieces to around to help take out large sections of the ever descending columns. They also give players an opportunity to keep an eye on the competition by delegating the top screen to for the opponent, not unlike other puzzle games out there.

Battle for the Elements hits DSi Ware and the eShop on November 24, and honestly, what other puzzle game can you think of that has tigers that have cool Big Boss style eye patches?








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