Summary: Azada: Ancient Magic Great game A trip to the magic fantasy fairy tale world! Wonderful challenging puzzles! Titus needs your help to prevent the evil forces once again - Unlock over 20 magic books with several mythical characters - Robinson Crusoe, Jonathan & Dracula....
Summary: If you need to go the iHOG Gym and get ready for next big adventure, Azada II is a great place to work out. This has a brief but good storyline, continuing from Azada I, and the same variety of puzzles but with no repetition and that accursed timer is optional in this one.
Summary: This was a fun game with fairly high quality of graphics. I wish there were more puzzles but the ones that were there were enjoyable except for a couple of clunkers (like the ball rotating puzzle and the limited view maze).
Summary: This is an excellent game. Sometimes a follow-up game doesn't measure up to your expectations because you like the first one so much. But this one doesn't disappoint you, but rather a very good continuation of the first. I do look forward to the next one and believe it will measure up.
Summary: Disappointed -- I’d felt fine until trying it. They’d better take time to think something new. And it’s not a “Great Game” I did look for. ||| PROS: Attracts lots of gamers because of its “Azada” name. A good game to relax after all.
Summary: I loved this much better than the original Azada. I couldn't even finish the first because of the timed element. I guess I'm a bit slow, but I kept running out of time and had to replay. After a couple times, I gave up and started this one. Boy what a difference.