Azada® : In Libro Collector's Edition

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$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

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 Azada’s guardians, Titus, informs you that you have been chosen to save the different worlds, so you’re off on an incredible adventure! Stop an evil magician from conquering Azada and protect the guardians in this incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Bonus gameplay
  • Integrated Strategy Guide
  • Wonderful Wallpapers
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.4
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 696 MB
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Azada : In Libro Collector's Edition 3.9 5 159 159
This didn't feel anything like Azada to me I really enjoyed Azada: Ancient Magic. The storybook page concept was original and interesting, and the graphics were rich and beautiful. In all fairness, I didn't play this for very long, but the storybook page concept of flipping pages was gone, along with the beautiful graphics. In it's place, is your every day run of the mill "hidden object" game (although there are apparently no hidden object scenes) with Puppetshow type graphics that I personally am not a fan of (they seem like hand painted scenes rather than computer imagery). The Azada series in the past was a very enjoyable unique game experience, which seems to now join the masses of the average every day run of the mill game. Too bad. November 17, 2011
Based on demo only After waiting for what seems like years for Azada 3, the best word I can come up with is: underwhelmed. If you're looking for similarities to the first two games, look elsewhere, b/c the only connection I saw/heard was Titus and Azada which I've, apparently, been pronouncing wrong all this time. True, ERS standards are alive and well in this game, including full screen, good voice overs, excellent artwork, intriguing plot, 3 levels of play, glitch-free playing so far (somehow they've eliminated the drag time present in all their other games) and, mercifully, a new musical score from ERS. It's still being called a HOPA on the game page, but there aren't any HOS, at least in the demo. The puzzles, which set the first two Azadas apart from other games of this genre, were fun but not very challenging and wasn't incorporated to mesh with the storyline as in the first two games. Bottom line? I like the game, b/c after all it is Azada. But, now don't laugh, it just doesn't have the charm and intimacy the other two possessed. Will I buy it? Sure. Just not the CE. November 19, 2011
Started out with a bang...fizzled out This game started out fast and moved quickly. The graphics and music were outstanding and paired well together. It seemed like there was more variety of music that is typical. Only late in the game did the music start to grate on my nerves when stuck on a puzzle. The mini-games were clever but extremely easy with only 2 or 3 that took time to work through. One having to do with avoiding like pieces being repeated on a board vertically, horizontally, and diagonally became just tedious. Skip button! But after that initial bang the game ended quickly requiring about half the time it usually takes and I am a slow player. The bonus play was also quick to finish, unimaginative, and seemed tacked on. This one showed such promise at the beginning but just sort of petered out. Even so, I still would recommend the standard version just for some of the fun (though easy) puzzles and beautiful music and graphics. They really did do a beautiful job in that arena. Too bad that excellence didn't carry into storyline and game play time. February 6, 2012
Not happy I'm furious. I can't belive ERS took a game that is in a class by itself and made it into another cookie cutter game they put out. I played the second Azada for the fourth time about a month ago, and at the end the "to be contued" set me off to find out when. When I saw that it would be soon I was over joyed But when it came out and I saw that ERS had taken it over I honestly felt like crying. ERS hasen't come out with a fresh game in a very long time. They just chang the names and the venue. I won't be buying anymore November 25, 2011
What has happened to Azada ? I'm so disappointed with this new Azada as it has become like so many of the other HOG's. I really enjoyed the different game format of the first 2 Azada's. I only played ths new one for about 10 mins before I got fed up with it and uninstalled it. Sorry Big Fish but, for me this didn't work. Please bring back its originality. November 28, 2011
Not the Azada's of the Past.... I agree on this one falling just a wee bit short. Really enjoyed the other Azada games and was looking forward to this one. A bit let down I think. Sorry November 19, 2011
Shock factor for young kids My daughter and I played Azada one and two together and enjoyed both. She was therefore excited when this one came out. We started playing the demo and got to the one scene where the black cloud 'consumed' a body leaving behind a skeleton. She had nightmares that night. Did the programmer really have to do that. How about freezing, turning to stone, anything other than going for the shock factor. Most of the games I see in the puzzle listings I won't let her play, I figured Azda was different. December 19, 2011
Really, Really, Really Short Didn't live up to expectations November 24, 2011
Should have been more like the original. The third installment wasn't as fun as the Original Azada or its sequel. The theme of the original game is gone, and it became more of a hidden object game than a puzzle solving game. Also, I finished this game very quickly, this could be due in part to the lack of puzzles as in the original. Azada: In Libro is much less challenging (IMO) than the original Azada. November 22, 2011
Hidden Object Game? I wish I had read the reviews before buying this one, even though it was advertised as a HOG there are apparently no HOS very disappointing, as this would be an excellent game otherwise. BFG please list your games accurately November 17, 2011
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