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    genkicoll

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    Azada 2: Ancient Magic

    Post by genkicoll on Sun Jan 01, 2012 6:57 pm

    Azada: Ancient Magic
    by Big Fish Games Studios

    Series threads: Azada 1, Azada 2: Ancient Magic, Azada 3: In Libro, Azada 4: Elementa

    Available from:
    Big Fish for PC and Mac
    iWin



    Big Fish Games Studios summons you back to the deep mystery and magic
    of Azada. Too afraid to enter the library, young Titus calls upon your
    courage and superior puzzle-solving skills to disarm the magical
    menace. Luckily, Titus has given you a magic medallion to call upon him
    when in need. Enter the lives of storybook characters in more than 20
    magic puzzle books. Meet famous legends like King Arthur, Rapunzel,
    Henry Jekyll, Buffalo Bill, and many more. Can you unveil the dark
    hidden secret in Azada: Ancient Magic?


    • Sequel to award-winning Puzzle Adventure series
    • Magical puzzle books with classic tales
    • Visit www.Azada-Game.com
    • Get the Strategy Guide!

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    genkicoll

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    Re: Azada 2: Ancient Magic

    Post by genkicoll on Sun Jan 01, 2012 6:58 pm

    Azada: Ancient Magic

    I have yet to try the first Azada, so I don't know how the two games compare.

    You have a choice of relaxed or timed, so I chose relaxed.

    Help the man you freed in the first Azada, Titus, remove the evil curses on books in his magic library.

    The game mechanics are different than in any other game I've
    played, so it took me a few minutes to figure out that I needed to be
    looking on other pages of book to find needed items (etc).

    Titus refers to you as "Puzzle Master", and there are a lot of
    mini-puzzles in this game, but the primary thrust is more like...
    figuring out tasks and completing them, so Adventure/Puzzle is good
    placement for the game type.

    You get two hints per book, each of which has 5 pages to interact
    with. There is NO SKIP button for the mini-puzzles, but thus far,
    they've all been doable.

    If you like puzzles, if you like adventure games, this would be a good game to try.

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    Re: Azada 2: Ancient Magic

    Post by JustTheFacts on Fri Sep 06, 2013 6:04 am

    Another Promising Game I Just Can’t Finish
    SunnySunny 

    BASED ON PARTIALLY COMPLETED GAME


    I admit I’m not good at puzzles, but I’m not useless either. Yet, once again I am barred from playing this game because I have run out of skip and simply cannot solve the puzzle. The forums have long since stopped discussing Azada, and even what was there could not help. And of course, no walkthrough.


    I don’t understand why Felix insists on puzzles with no skip. I know they’re supposed to be a challenge, but frustration overcomes any sense of accomplishment when you simply cannot proceed. I’ll probably never play this or the first Azada again, and that is a shame...


    Because I was enjoying this game. The graphics, gameplay and story were all a big improvement on the original Azada. I love the idea of being trapped in a story and no way out. And there were clearly many stories in this game.


    I don’t recommend this game!

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