Good puzzle game with occasional adventure-type puzzles
Happy Reader, Amazon
20 December 2010
Summary: I bought and played the sequel, "Azada: Ancient Magic" (Azada AM) first. I thought it was creative and fun, so I bought this original Azada to try, and I'll compare the two. I give Azada 3.5 stars, rounded up to 4, and Azada AM four stars. This original Azada is basically a puzzle game.
Summary: If you want a break from hidden object games and like doing more actual puzzles, then you should try this game. Me and girlfriend have played all of the Mystery Case Files and we enjoyed the puzzles we had to solve more than actually looking for items.
Simple in its concept, yet highly addictive with lovely graphics.
1 June 2010
Summary: I saw this game in my local supermarket so I bought it on the spur of the moment ... and I absolutely love it! The puzzles are similar but in a different format, which makes them interesting - and there is a good variety which is important to keep the player entertained, not bored!
Summary: Azada is OK, but not my favorite, for several reasons. Among them, it wasn't what I expected, which was a hidden object game. You can't penalize the game for that, though; it's not the game's fault!
A quick puzzle game for point and click adventurers
Robert C. Anderson "Avid Gamer and TV addict", Amazon
30 March 2008
Summary: Azada is a fun, quick puzzle game that holds a lot of appeal for enthusiasts of the point and click adventures. There is an ongoing story line that is supposed to relate all of the different puzzles, but the puzzles are not connected to the story line.
Summary: Disappointed that I think this review may have been changed from my original review (but not by me!) - so I'm redoing it! - When I bought this I ordered all three as recommended above (blue cover, red cover and green cover) - expecting them all to be different games - the games in red and green...