Azada

Trapped in a haunted room by his great-uncle, the adventurous Titus has asked you to help release him from the magical spell. To do this, you must solve the most mysterious puzzles of Azada. Crack the series of puzzles and fill in the missing pages of the enchanted book to free Titus from his prison.

It contains my favorite types of classic retro games I'm old , such as: orbox, mastermind, pipes and sliders. I would be very happy If someone could help me finding it! For me it was easy to find the hidden objects but hard as heck to figure out how to use them. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rheashard2 from Revenge of the books. Okay this game review is long overdue. Solve the series of puzzles and fill in the missing pages of the enchanted book to free Titus from his prison. There is an enormous number of puzzles encompassed by the game which is why it never really gets boring. This was the first video game I actually downloaded from Big Fish Games. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jolarti from A classic, that itself contains classics. At the start of each chapter you'd get the storyline ongoing. My favorite puzzles were the "room puzzles" where you have to combine objects, a little like a typical Escape the Room variety, but not too hard. I didn't care much for the thin flat-character storyline, but the visuals are still nice today and I really, really love the music. Hours of fun and gave it to 2 nephews and girlfriend who also love it. Playing with a timer ticking down adds to the challenge. I like that there were several types of puzzles of varying difficulties.


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I would be very happy If someone could Azada me finding it! For a puzzle Azada , the graphics are also surprisingly good. I enjoyed the timed mode the best. In this sense the game feels like it stands on the Vacation Adventures: Park Ranger 8 of giants, but it's still sympathetic. I liked how each page had a mini-challenge. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by loudonclear from Azada over and over and over again I really like this game. A superb blend of mystery and challenging mind benders make this a puzzlers heaven. It motivated me most to finish the harder challenges. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by poustetine from Relaxed and atmospheric puzzle game The 1st Azadq, to me, the best of the Azada serie! It's been years and I still love this game, It is amazing, and It also has an amazing music! Then recently replayed it. Rated 5 out of Azda by immortaltortilla from But I need Endless Fables: Dark Moor soundtrack, too! Playing with Azaa timer ticking down adds to the challenge. It was as much fun this time around as the the first. Advertisement The narrative is that you are trapped in a cell and you can't escape and find the book until you solve the Asada.

A superb blend of mystery and challenging mind benders make this a puzzlers heaven. I love it, Oh, did I tell you.. I liked how each page had a mini-challenge. If you're tired of the same old stuff or repetitive challenges, then this is worth your time. It was as much fun this time around as the the first. I loved the puzzles and brainteasers. I liked the fact that many mini challenges changed with each chapter restart. Lots of different challenges to keep you entertained. Date published: The storyline was also good. To do this, you must solve the most mysterious puzzles of Azada. There are around 40 different puzzles to choose from that are all interlinked through a narrative concerning the secrets contained in an old ancient text. The plus in this first version of azada: Once you have completed the story, you have a complete access to all the puzzle to play again at will. So much goodness here, all in one.

I guess I Azaad just drop that one and try Azada in Libro. Rated 5 out of 5 by immortaltortilla from But I need the soundtrack, too! I also liked the challenge. I really enjoyed this. It Fort Defense as much fun this time around as the the first.


The timer made me quite nervous, even though I was always done with everything right on time, so I don't know what happens if you can't make it. This is an oldie but goodie game. Although Azada isn't an adventure game, it is a combination of the overall mystery narrative and the variation of games that really keep you going. There are around 40 different puzzles to choose from that are all interlinked through a narrative concerning the secrets contained in an old ancient text. I don't mind playing minimal HO scenes, but I wish I could find another game like this, with a perfect HO to puzzle ratio. In this sense the game feels like it stands on the shoulders of giants, but it's still sympathetic. It's been years and I still love this game, It is amazing, and It also has an amazing music! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rheashard2 from Revenge of the books. I didn't care much for the thin flat-character storyline, but the visuals are still nice today and I really, really love the music. If you're tired of the same old stuff or repetitive challenges, then this is worth your time. I liked how each page had a mini-challenge. For me it was easy to find the hidden objects but hard as heck to figure out how to use them. Solve the series of puzzles and fill in the missing pages of the enchanted book to free Titus from his prison.

In this sense the game feels like it stands on the shoulders of giants, but it's still sympathetic. It motivated me most to finish the harder challenges. Date published: I also liked the challenge. Lots of different challenges to keep you entertained. But I can't find it anywhere. It contains my favorite types of classic retro games I'm old , such as: orbox, mastermind, pipes and sliders. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jolarti from A classic, that itself contains classics. It's been years and I still love this game, It is amazing, and It also has an amazing music! To do this, you must solve the most mysterious puzzles of Azada. My favorite puzzles were the "room puzzles" where you have to combine objects, a little like a typical Escape the Room variety, but not too hard. If you're tired of the same old stuff or repetitive challenges, then this is worth your time.

5 thoughts on “Azada

  1. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by danwarrens from Love it,Love it,Love it. I didn't care much for the thin flat-character storyline, but the visuals are still nice today and I really, really love the music. For a puzzle game, the graphics are also surprisingly good. I purchased it awhile ago.

  2. For a puzzle game, the graphics are also surprisingly good. It contains my favorite types of classic retro games I'm old , such as: orbox, mastermind, pipes and sliders. There is an enormous number of puzzles encompassed by the game which is why it never really gets boring. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by loudonclear from Azada over and over and over again I really like this game.. It was as much fun this time around as the the first.

  3. At the start of each chapter you'd get the storyline ongoing. If you're tired of the same old stuff or repetitive challenges, then this is worth your time. For a puzzle game, the graphics are also surprisingly good.

  4. Excellent game! This time however I managed to complete it. It contains my favorite types of classic retro games I'm old , such as: orbox, mastermind, pipes and sliders. Beware though that some of the puzzles are so tough, you'll be tearing your hair out before long.

  5. The plus in this first version of azada: Once you have completed the story, you have a complete access to all the puzzle to play again at will. Author's review Trapped in a magical room by his great-uncle, the adventurous Titus has asked you to help release him from the prison spell. Excellent game! I enjoyed the timed mode the best.

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