Azada: In Libro
Missed not Myst.
It seemed Ok from the first hour's play: not 'Azada' really, as others have said, but intriguing enough. However the first world turns out to be the best and it does not really have a resolution, just fizzles out.
From there it is on to "my-little-pony-world" (my naming, to give you the flavour of it). Which was awful and took up more than half of the game time.
The storyline is so hackneyed that a lot of the time there is barely any explanation of why you are doing what you are doing and who the characters are because you have seen it all before, anyway.
The minigames are pathetically easy (I swear to gosh that my cat sat on the keyboard and solved a good percentage of one of the puzzles). The main puzzles (use-this-object-on-that) can, for the most part, be charged through at breakneck speed and with hardly any thought. The only difficulties I ever had were missing objects just lying on the ground. I am used to having to work a bit harder than that and so ignored them.
The artwork is variable. There are some nicely drawn elements and some very mediocre ones.
Disappointing. For small girls only (and plenty of them will not like it either).
February 29, 2012
Shouldn't be called Azada
If it weren't for one thing, I would have given this game a much better review. But the fact is it carried an 'Azada' label, which it had no business bearing. This is about as much an Azada game as a Hidden Object is an 'adventure' game. Not to mention we were left with a distinct 'to be continued' in Azada 2, and this went somewhere way far away from the previous title. The only links between this and the other two games in the series is the title and the name Titus as the main character. Beyond that, no similarities, no storyline continuation, and an overall disappointment as an addition to the Azada series.
May 8, 2012
to short and fairly easy . Nothing compared to the other Azada. On the positive side, NO hos'.
January 9, 2012
Not a HOG, but pretty
I played the sample and hit zero HO scenes. Am I slow-witted? I didn't think so. The artwork is lovely and I even left the music on a little, and the puzzles were not so difficult as to give me a brain ache, but no, thanks.
December 28, 2011
Not as good as the first edition
I was very disappointed in the end. It felt as though it was just thrown together.
December 7, 2012
The previous Azada games were great. Now it seems that you can't play an adventure game without a demonic presence. It must be mandatory to include in the game.
December 16, 2011
This latest HOG from the Azada franchise was a complete disappointment. The storyline was bizarre, and it lacked the charm of the previous two Azadas. The dark storyline (what little storyline there was) and the addition of demons was quite a turnoff.
June 2, 2012
Azada: In Libro = Trash
I've played all the past games, this one was terrible compared to them. It had nothing to do with the others and it was an insult to them in my mind. This game shouldn't even be allowed to have the name Azada!
February 4, 2012
not the same fun as the others
I know this is an altogether separate game but it just isn't as fun as the the other two. Its not always clear what your supposed to do next, and the format is back and forth from location to location. I loved Azada I and II but this is an altogether different game. Not in what I would deem a good way.
January 12, 2012
It was boring, I did not have any fun playing this game I would suggest you get another game.
October 14, 2013