Summary: It's the 1920's, and a distant cousin has just left you an unexpected inheritance in Prague. You jump on a train to the capital of the Czech Republic, and a taxi takes you and a notary to a house #38, which doesn't appear on any map. You have to make some inventory/action connections before you can even get in the house and by then the notary has abandoned you. When you do get in, you're met by the old butler, a weird old bird. All of a sudden, he tugs at his face.
Summary: I love computer games. Especially the computer games that challenge, stimulate, and reward the senses. I have Azada and I had to add this one to my collection. Amazon has a vast selection of games for purchase for the computer. Most are reasonably priced and the sellers are reliable. I can't think of any other place than Amazon for finding what you want in merchandise.
Summary: I love both of these games. I would be hard for me to say which I like best. I would recommend it to anyone who likes looking for objects to use somewhere else to solve puzzles. I had no problems with install or the game. It is another one that is hard to leave your computer and do other things.
Summary: Enjoy the ongoing storyline yet each game is able to stand alone. Nice variety of action and puzzles. FX are realistic without being over the top. Has received high marks from Metacritic and other review media.
Summary: This is a very good game. Graphic are good, objects are somewhat hard to find. Usually first 5 you find fast last few are a little harder to find. I would recommend this game to anyone who like hidden object adventure games.
Summary: Really like Azada alot, fun to play. Uncharted disappointed at first because I thought it was more childish and hard to get going but it picked up speed and got a lot better in the end. Would recommend both games highly.