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ABOUT

The fully realized worlds of Water, Fire, Earth, Air, and Spirit
await you in a new adventure! Enter the five elemental planets!


You are one of the Dark Ones, a Light-hungering ghostly being dwelling in the world of Spirit. Your mission is to explore and conquer each one of the alien elemental worlds...


...and regain your long-lost Light.

INTRODUCTION

The story of Labyronia Elements is split into five different parts which end up intertwining. Each world has its own colorful cast of characters.
The mission of the chosen Dark One was granted to him by a powerful sorceress known as Areatha, who has reigned 100 years in the world of Spirit. The Dark Ones view her as a goddess, protecting them from the evils of the world.

To restore the selected Dark One's light and fuse the declining worlds back into one again, Areatha needs five shards from the broken Pendant of Labyronia, scattered in all five planets. The spiral pendant was forged by the old gods of Labyronia, and its power is immense. Legends tell that whoever conceives the structure of the Pendant, unites with a Higher Power, thus gaining true divinity.

At present, Areatha is busy. All her powers are required to protect the Dark Ones from the "Blazing King," a mysterious nemesis appearing years ago. In the current situation the only one who can assemble the Pendant is Areatha's trusted servant.

You are the chosen Dark One, the Traveller Between the Worlds and the last hope of Labyronia.


Key Features

  • About 20 playable characters.

  • Five huge and original worlds to explore. Themes and methods of progression vary depending on the world.

  • Gripping, multilayered story. A new player can expect 50-90 hours of diverse, epic adventuring.

  • 65 original songs in the superb elemental soundtrack.

  • Nonlinear progression- travel to the worlds of Water, Fire, Earth and Air in any order you want.

  • Restore the elements into the central world of Spirit, and seek new routes as you rebuild Labyronia.

  • Learn new skills and perks from equipment, and drain elemental magic from enemies.

  • Huge amounts of different elements to drain... and then utilize them in the strategic, turn-based battles.

  • Hunt Legendary Monsters such as Crodin and Abramelin for the best drainable elements!


Labyronia Elements is the Magnum Opus of the popular Labyronia saga, and one of the largest games ever made with RM engine.







The game has been published by Aldorlea and you can try the demo or buy it from the official website. This is if you want to support the developer more: http://labyronia.wixsite.com/labyroniaelements/buy

You can also buy the game from Steam:
https://store.steampowered.com/app/750770/Labyronia_Elements/

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Cool that this series is still going. I'm almost done playing Labyronia and Legend of Mysteria--they're both a bit lengthy, which impresses me given that, in my experiences, most commercial RPGMaker games can be beaten in a good five hours.

If you could use a tester, I'd be happy to help. Either way, best of luck to you.
author=Chilly
Cool that this series is still going. I'm almost done playing Labyronia and Legend of Mysteria--they're both a bit lengthy, which impresses me given that, in my experiences, most commercial RPGMaker games can be beaten in a good five hours.

If you could use a tester, I'd be happy to help. Either way, best of luck to you.

Thank you :) I really could use a tester or few, to be honest! But it's gonna take a while before the game is completed for testing.
after struggling and rage quitting many many times on the first game i forcefully carried on too see how it ended and i had many emotions i was angry i was sad and then surprised with how the ending came out but i loved it and i needed to find out what happened in the second game and it happened again you hit me right in the feels for the second time....so when this next game comes out im going to be spamming that bitch for the next week :D but great games look forward to the final game (by the way that last boss was a bitch too kill on the 2nd game)
author=manbearspud
after struggling and rage quitting many many times on the first game i forcefully carried on too see how it ended and i had many emotions i was angry i was sad and then surprised with how the ending came out but i loved it and i needed to find out what happened in the second game and it happened again you hit me right in the feels for the second time....so when this next game comes out im going to be spamming that bitch for the next week :D but great games look forward to the final game (by the way that last boss was a bitch too kill on the 2nd game)


Nice to hear you liked them! <3
Loved the Labyronia series. Kind off sad I beat the games as I had a lot of fun playing them. So is the first of June still the release date, or is it moved? Kind off want to play the entire series again soon.

Also are you gonna put this one on steam too?
author=ricowtje
Loved the Labyronia series. Kind off sad I beat the games as I had a lot of fun playing them. So is the first of June still the release date, or is it moved? Kind off want to play the entire series again soon.

Also are you gonna put this one on steam too?


Sorry for the late answer, and thank you for your interest!

Unfortunately it's not possible for me to complete the game for the planned 1.6. Hopefully, I'd get it ready til the end of summer.

Labyronia Elements will also be released on Steam.
author=Chilly
Cool that this series is still going. I'm almost done playing Labyronia and Legend of Mysteria--they're both a bit lengthy, which impresses me given that, in my experiences, most commercial RPGMaker games can be beaten in a good five hours.

If you could use a tester, I'd be happy to help. Either way, best of luck to you.


Still up for the testing? =) I have completed the game!
Oh finally! Wish I had the time to test the game haha, unfortunately not possible for me. Curious to what this game will bring! Any thoughts on when testing has to be done and you are going to release it on Steam?
author=ricowtje
Oh finally! Wish I had the time to test the game haha, unfortunately not possible for me. Curious to what this game will bring! Any thoughts on when testing has to be done and you are going to release it on Steam?

It should take about month from this point when I can finally send the game to the publisher. Not sure how long it takes after that for it to appear on Steam.
author=Labyrinthine
author=ricowtje
Oh finally! Wish I had the time to test the game haha, unfortunately not possible for me. Curious to what this game will bring! Any thoughts on when testing has to be done and you are going to release it on Steam?
It should take about month from this point when I can finally send the game to the publisher. Not sure how long it takes after that for it to appear on Steam.


So it is November starting today! Has the game been tested and delivered to the Publisher? Do you have any idea when the game is going to be on Steam?
author=ricowtje
author=Labyrinthine
author=ricowtje
Oh finally! Wish I had the time to test the game haha, unfortunately not possible for me. Curious to what this game will bring! Any thoughts on when testing has to be done and you are going to release it on Steam?
It should take about month from this point when I can finally send the game to the publisher. Not sure how long it takes after that for it to appear on Steam.
So it is November starting today! Has the game been tested and delivered to the Publisher? Do you have any idea when the game is going to be on Steam?

I decided to release the game myself. It has been tested and I'm in the process of sending info to Valve. As soon as I get the Steamworks stuff working, it shouldn't take long.
author=Labyrinthine
I decided to release the game myself. It has been tested and I'm in the process of sending info to Valve. As soon as I get the Steamworks stuff working, it shouldn't take long.


I see it's already visible on Steam! Can't wait till it's the third of december. Any hints on what the price will be?
You can test the demo or buy the game from Aldorlea website (link up on the game's description.] The price was set to 19,90 I believe. This version is to support the developer. The game can also be bought from Steam for a lower price.
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