Azada: In Libro

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Save the three worlds contained inside of a magical book in Azada: In Libro! After being approached by a notary and being informed of an inheritance, you travel off to Prague and find the magical book. One of Azadas guardians, Titus, informs you that you have been chosen to save the different worlds, so youre off on an incredible adventure! Stop an evil magician from conquering Azada and protect the guardians in this incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7/8
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz
  • RAM: 1280 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 582 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
  • Fantasy Violence
  • Tobacco Reference
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Azada: In Libro 3.9 5 112 112
Good adventure game I didn't like the first Azada and I was pleasantly surprised with this one. The graphics are clear. The puzzles are interesting, quite easy. The journal is good. The hint system is like "there is nothing to do here". There is no map. I needed the walkthrough only two times: one time because I didn't know what to do next, and the other time to solve the last puzzle. It took me about 3 hours to finish. All in all, an easy, relaxing adventure game. August 14, 2012
Breaking Tradition Isn't Always Bad Warning: This game is not what you'd expect from Azada. But let's face it - there was at least a little evolution from game 1 to game 2, so I was expecting another level from In Libro. Frankly, I got everything I expected, without the letdowns I'd assume would come with it. In Libro is still the puzzle-based adventure we've come to love from Azada, but it has taken leaps and bounds in the 'adventure' part of that genre. This one, rather than pages or book with self-contained puzzles, play more like a HO - dicovering new areas, using items to unlock puzzles etc. This movement is what keeps things interesting for me - rather than watching numbers count down til I could get a block of text to progress the story, this method allows for a lot more flow of narrative. But I did say, plays like a HO. The unexpected lack of letdown is that it is NOT a HO. Lovers of Azada who are sick of junkpiles and hidden object searches - which I don't mind as such but to me always seemed like a picture, and therefore easier version of kiddie find-a-words - do not fear! Items are picked up directly from the puzzles and scenery - although I do recommend playing on a setting with hints the first time, as one or two items are used in ways I felt were a little counter-intuitive. Butoh, what scenery. Even if I didn't find the gameplay to be the best of both worlds, I'd still play and replay this for the mini-universes you travel through on your quest. And the voice-overs this game has means we finally know how to pronouce Azada! - And of course, I've been saying it wrong the whole time. - Some of the music sounded very familiar, but I liked it in the other games, so that didn't bother me at all. The only place it let me down was the ending. The plot stops quite suddenly, and I never got a chance to use the 'Cellar Door' hint we were given at the end of the last game. However, it does seem to end on a hint of another game in the series. I have a feeling we won't get to see the characters who's ends we see in In Libro coming back to life, but I hope that we will discover what happens to Titus' evil uncle. So dispite the abrupt finish, this was a definite 'enjoyed it' for me, and would have gotten four bars, but for those two niggles. July 28, 2012
Great adventure Game This is a great adventure game, very good balance of finding objects and puzzles. I loved that there weren't any hidden object, I tend to choose these games but I'd prefer there weren't any and more of this style of game. I didn't buy the collectors edition because I find the additional content is worth double the cost. June 29, 2012
Nice for an extra Wouldn't pay $10 for the game, but it came on the CD with Hidden Expedition and made for a nice extra to play. Not overly challenging, but it kept me entertained for a couple of hours. June 20, 2012
Great until it suddenly stops This has very little to connect it to the original Azada. That said it?s a good game. Wonderful graphics and good music. The first chapter (of three) is not terribly challenging, but as it goes on it does get more difficult. The hints are not always useful. A couple of times I did use the walkthrough as it was completely unclear what to do next (I played this for short periods over several days) taking notes would have been helpful. That?s not a criticism, I like a game that is complex enough to need notes. The last puzzle was great fun. None were horribly difficult. All can be skipped. The ending was extremely unsatisfying. Not sure if it?s worth upgrading to a CE though. June 20, 2012
No HOS This game doesnt contain normal HOS, however it is a good adventure game. The ending leaves a lot to be desired. I guess you have to buy the collectors edition which I never do because you pay double for just a little more playing time. May 21, 2012
Azada Used to play my Azadas I was a bit disappointed with this one. It is good, but not excellent as the other ones. Nice adventure so I recommend however. April 13, 2012
Great Puzzle Game.for the old gray matter.. I wish i bought the C.E, but no i went for the harder on the one with no help you get a we bit but knot like the C.E any way once i got over that i started to play it and fund it a lot of fun theres 3 worlds in it i think ive finished the first one it was hard for me.another 2 to go.if you realy wont to work out your gray matter then get this it pretty hard but good at the same time, good luck if you buy youll need it. March 23, 2012
Nice, easy game I liked this game. Great graphics, easy brain teasers, different things to collect. It covers all the basis. Nothing fancy about it, but it kept me wanting to play it. March 22, 2012
Where is the ending? Enjoyed the game and would have given it five stars except for the horrible ending, even I could have thought up a better ending than that. March 7, 2012
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