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Elemix! (GBA) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Genre: Action RPG
Developer: SIMS


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Elemix! review

Reviewed January 09, 2011

Ben says: "Elemix! is a Japanese import action RPG that some might compare to a 2D Zelda game. It has a colourful graphics style slightly reminiscent of a GBA Zelda, a top-down viewpoint, and a health indicator in the form of hearts on the top left of the screen. But the one area Elemix! excels in is its remarkably simple pick-up-and-play approach, and this is despite the language barrier. The game is a series of nine short self-contained stages. There isn't an overworld ..."
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