Summary: I love the puzzles in Azada. I play them in between other games as they're never exactly the same. And tax my brain at times. It keeps an old lady at 78 brain sharp and looking forward to the next set. The story books are really good as well, but take second place to Azada.
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: As with all Azada games, there are several modes of play. The voice-overs and sound effects were very good. The story line is saving the land of Azada after the three elements Mages are imprisoned by Panoptes and can only be freed by paying with diamonds, in his store, to get the element orb and...
Summary: Pros and cons for this game... PRO: This is a very lengthy game, with a long bonus chapter that opens up new scenes. There are tons of challenging, unique mini-games. The HOS are well-done, but not too numerous as I prefer mini-games to HOS.
Summary: If you love puzzles, one right after another, and love to race the clock, this game is for you! It wasn't for me since I don't like either one of those things. I tolerate puzzles and enjoy them if they aren't too hard within other games where the puzzles aren't the point.
Summary: I'm a puzzle whiz, but I really didn't expect to complete this game as quickly as I did. Less than 24 hours after starting it, I was done (if I had to wager a guess, I'd say maybe 8 hours of playing time). Even if you only play it a little each day, you'll probably be done within a week.