Released in the year 1994, Elements was one of the most iconic yet simple puzzle games of the time. It was published by Villa Crespo Software and was developed by Pack Media Company.It was a fixed screen direct control game and the main character was a ball that had to be moved through a maze. In the game Elements, players had to move the ball through the maze. Moving the ball will cost the player some energy. To help the player keep track of the energy, an orange colored energy bar would be shown in the bottom of the screen. Somewhere in the maze a lock would be there that had to be opened to cross the level. Other than the locks, the maze had in it some energy bars in different locations placed strategically to help players. Holes were there along the way in the maze that have to be avoided. There would be some other points as well that can be picked up along the way. Players had to think carefully before moving the ball in any direction as a wasted move meant wasted energy. Ultimately that could add up to making a player short of energy before completing a level. The initial levels are quite easy. As levels increased, the mazes get trickier and there would be two or more locks to open. One important feature of the game was, unlocking a lock would actually give a password. This password could be used even later on in time to start the game from where the player had left.