Azada® : In Libro Collector's Edition

  • Bonus gameplay
  • Integrated Strategy Guide
  • Wonderful Wallpapers
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU : 1.4 GHz
  • Memory : 1280
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 706

Review for game Azada® : In Libro Collector's Edition

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:

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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

November 18, 2011

Game Rank

280 points

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...more like "Adventure Puzzle," not "Hidden Object"
November 19, 2011

Loved that it was more an adventure puzzle game than finding hidden objects in a cut away scene. I also loved that the screen was not too dark as in many HOG's. The story kept my interest and the puzzles were really good, not too hard, nor too easy. I really enjoyed this game and do recommend it.

A Beautiful Adventure
November 19, 2011

This Azada, the 3rd in the series, is a sound evolution to those that went before. It is a pure Puzzle Adventure game, no Hidden Object scenes at all, which is very unusual and much appreciated. The game is comprised of searching for and collecting inventory items to solve all sorts of situations that arise, from clearing blocked paths to opening clever locks, many of the later being puzzles as well. For me the level of difficulty was just about right, enough to challenge but the solution coming pretty quickly. Perhaps a tiny bit on the easy side. The story is minimal, just a thread to string the adventure together, but the lack of it wasn't noticeable amongst the excellent game play. The illustration style graphics are impressive and beautifully colored. My *only* complaint was in the Widescreen Mode the image was bounded on all sides by black rather than just pillar boxing which I would expect. This is odd because the field is rectangular so it should have fit well on the orientation of wide screen monitors. Without the Widescreen Mode on some of the image was cut off. I am pretty picky about what Collector Editions I buy. I bought this one simply because I did not want to wait to keep playing it after trying the demo and I was sorry to see it end when completed. Azada: In Libro is a wonderful game that I would place on a favorites list.

Adventure of fun
November 18, 2011

I already played the first 2 Azada Games and each was different, this one gave me a few Hours of real great fun. No Hidden Objects was great for me, just wandering like in an Adventure picking up things I need to go on, Puzzles on my way and some of them really have been tricky and made my Head smoke. Graphics very clear and beautiful and the music was very good, not a typical ERS - Music, that can really be annoying, All in all i must say it was worth very Cent I spent for it, so give it a try!!

Another Hit for the Hit Parade!
November 17, 2011

So rare is it that we get two fantastic games back to back but BF, you did it right! I must admit that I got stumped a bit here and there, kicked myself for not figuring it out, but in the end was making my way through the game and enjoying every step. I never came across a Hidden Object scene, which I thought that was what the game was, but I did enjoy clunking my way through a very clever adventure game. Maybe further in there are Hidden objects, don't know. I admit that because I was stumped I didn't get very far. I will as soon as I purchase the game. I did find that the movement between scenes was really slow and opening the "diary" took a bit of time too. Those things, I feel, should be smoother. But that doesn't hamper the game play too much. In the "expert" mode you don't get the voice-over such as "I should cut this", things like that. But you can change your level at any time in the options, I like that very much. There are three levels and by being able to change you can find what works best for you. I found the scenes were very clear. Had a good story going. And for some strange reason, you never get to see what "you", the player looks like. Usually you pass a mirror or something, this one, as far as I got, didn't. I enjoyed the game a lot and I am going to buy it and I would recommend for you to as well. Happy gaming Everyone!

Awesome Fun Adventure Game - This Rocks!
November 20, 2011

This review is based on the whole game including the bonus game. There are 3 playing modes to choose from: Easy, Advanced, and Hardcore. I played the advanced mode. The story which I found to be very well done begins you've been advised by a Notary that you've inherited property from relatives in Prague and you must go there to claim it. The cut scenes, voice overs and graphics as with every ERS game I've played are very well done. Just awesome. These people definitely know how to make a game. This is also a pure adventure game as you will not find any hidden object scenes in this game. You will however acquire inventory items along the way to use in scenes of the game and there is some traveling back and forth locations. There is also a diary (journal) to help you along the way along with the hint button. Both I found pretty helpful most of the time. The hint which takes about a couple of minutes to charge back up after you've used it to be able to use again in the advance mode will also tell you if there is anything to do in that area or not. I did however a couple of times have to refer to the strategy guide which was nice to have available right with the game and found it very helpful to get me back on track with the game as I'll admit I lost my way a couple of times.. There's also quite a few puzzles in this game. Normally I don't much care for puzzles but these didn't bother me and I completed most of them. Only skipped a couple which in the advanced mode takes a couple of minutes for the skip to be available. The main game took me 5 to 6 hours cause I tend to take my time when I find a game to be very well done such as this one. I have to poke around and check out all the different areas and just admire the greatness and beauty before me. The bonus game I got through within an hour. Definitely worth the collector edition price of $13.99 in my opinion. 5 to 7 hours is definitely enough game play/exploring for me. Thanks Big Fish and ERS for an awesome game. Five st

Beautiful Adventure
November 22, 2011

An excellent game with no H.O's, its an all puzzle game with beautiful art work, graphics. The puzzles were interesting and able to do without resorting to the skip button, so the game was a long one if you spend the time on completing the mini games yourself. The artwork was so good, in some scenes, especially the one by the river, it felt like you were actually there with the background sound effects as well; an excellent game that is best played at leisure to take in all the beautiful scenes.

Beautiful Game
November 19, 2011

Finally a fun, beautiful, and not too dark game. I am really tired of the gloomy, depressing games. This one is a joy to listen to, see and play. Puzzles are fun, sometimes a little hard..but not impossible. Thank you to the designers of this game. I've played Big Fish games for a very long time, and appreciate getting back to some beauty and a very pleasant game experience. Also, thank you for not having the usual, lazy designers hidden object scenes. Great Game!

Compelling puzzles you want to complete
November 17, 2011

The third in the series, this Azada although done in hidden object form keeps the same high quality puzzles that just make you want to complete them on your own without skipping. You find objects you need as opposed to junk piles and can collect things you do not need until much later on as opposed to having to trek back at the appropriate time. The puzzles are different to any before and not too many scenes open for examination at once. The hint system is good - it either states there is nothing to be done here or shows you where you should be looking. The graphics are beautiful and the story keeps you interested without confusing you so that you cannot remember where you are or what you are doing.

Just Plain Excellent Adventure
November 17, 2011

I have loved every single game that I have ever purchased from ERS Game Studios, and I have purchased most of them. Indeed, I do not even try them out any more; when I see something from their company for sale, I buy it. 'Azado: In Libro' is beautiful in artwork and music, and though I played only on the most expert mode, it was challenging enough that I had to use my hint button a time or two... or three... to find out where I needed to go next. Playability is superb; extremely user-friendly. I love the fact that I can print out the musical scores and play them on my piano; certainly not a typical addition to most games, CE's or not. Keep 'em coming, ERS Game Studios, and I'll keep buying.

Loved this game.
November 19, 2011

The artwork was absolutely breathtaking and I really appreciated that there were 3 difficulty levels. The story line was fun and the. puzzles were challenging. Games like these are the ones I love to play!!!!

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