Distributed by Mojo Mobile, a global mobile content publisher, Elemental Mage comes with four distinct areas and no less than 50 levels filled with mysteries, deadly traps and inestimable treasures that you must find, avoid or solve, depending on the case. During the game, you can use nature's magic powers (ice, fire, water) to solve riddles and advance to the next levels, while traveling through cold mountains, dark woods or unfriendly deserts. If you play well, the main character (which is you actually) can gain experience and improve its abilities, allowing you to complete the game faster.
Those who play well enough can submit their high scores on an online list, to show everyone their skills in controlling magic, solving tricky mysteries and bravely traveling through hostile environments.
Elemental Mage is available worldwide, exclusively via Mojo Mobile's website, found at this address, supporting Java MIDP 2 enabled phones from: Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, LG, Sharp, Siemens, Sagem and Vodafone. The game comes in 5 languages: English, French, Spanish, Italian and, obviously, German.
Elemental Mage is the third game developed by Dawnatic Games, after "Vampires Dawn - Deceit of Heretics" and "Vampires Dawn - Battle Towers", two titles that have in common - you guessed - the battles between vampires and humans.
Until you get the chance to try the game for real (in case you like these types of games, of course) here's a trailer with the main character wandering on different maps, gathering all sorts of items, pushing stones and walking on the water (well, sort of). Enjoy!