Save your sister from the evil wizard Sibelius and recover the Eiron key to return the world Elementals: The Magic Key to harmony. You are young magician Albert, who with his guide and aide Felly will travel the land solving puzzles to save the day.
At its heart, Elementals: The Magic Key is a hidden item game. You are presented with environments cluttered with objects, and you have to find specific objects amongst them. But Elementals: The Magic Key is extremely well presented, with a good storyline, and best of all has lots of mini games along the way, which break up the main gameplay nicely.
As well as hidden objects, there are simple puzzles built-in, so you have to find keys to open doors, for example. There are also jigsaws and strategy games which make Elementals: The Magic Key quite a varied game. There is a dramatic orchestral soundtrack, ant some basic sound effects, but no real speech. The graphics are cartoony but effective, and there is great simple animation throughout.
This demo allows for one hour of play, and it will probably go by quickly, as Elementals: The Magic Key is quite addictive, and certainly one of the best hidden object games you can play.
If you like hidden object games, Elementals: The Magic Key is a great addition to your collection, and has enough variety to keep most people glued to their screens.