Usually adventure games come to mobile devices after their PC counterparts, but every once in a while it's the other way around. Following the 2014 launch of Panmorphia on iOS and Android devices (and its desktop port two years later), now indie developer LKMAD's magical puzzle series is back with a sequel called Panmorphia: Enchanted.
Players represent the sole sentinel "bound to the land of Panmorphia and the four elements that govern it." In the first game, this endowed the protagonist with the ability to "wield each element and transform yourself into the animal that best represented it." This time around, you are being "sent to the Lost Temple to enchant the amulet and evolve your powers. Doing so will enable you in the future to swap freely between the four elemental forms."
As before, Enchanted features a point-and-tap slideshow-style control scheme, but unlike its predecessor's photorealistic presentation, the new game is more stylized in its hand-painted images. Promising "many items to collect and puzzles to solve," along with a "dynamic notebook that tracks your clues" and a "hint system that guides you with the next task" when needed, the sequel sends players into a temple "like no other." In exploring its four areas, one for each of the four elements, your special gifts will "enable you to do magical things such as breathe underwater, turn day into night, summon the wind, and many other wonderful surprises."
If you own a mobile device there's no need to wait to get elemental, as Panmorphia: Enchanted is available now on the App Store for iOS and Google Play for Android devices. PC owners will need to wait a while longer, but once again a port is expected to follow some time in future.