Azada Reviews (Windows)

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Category Description User Score
AI How smart (or dumb) you perceive the game's artificial intelligence to be 2.8
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 4.0
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 4.0
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 4.0
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 4.0
Story / Presentation The main creative ideas in the game and how well they're executed 4.0
Overall User Score (5 votes) 3.8

Critic Reviews

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Adventurespiele (Oct 30, 2008)
Mit "Azada 1" hat Big Fish Games, Inc. ein tolles Casual-Adventure entwickelt, das uns ca. 5 Stunden puren Rätselspaß bietet. Knobelfans sollten sich dieses Spiel auf keinen Fall entgehen lassen. Die schöne, kurze Story wurde in zahlreiche verschiedene Schauplätze verpackt und mit unzähligen Rätseln aller Schwierigkeitsstufen versehen. Wir freuen uns bereits auf die Fortsetzung des Abenteuers und sind gespannt, wie die Story weiter geht und welche neuen Rätsel darin gelöst werden müssen.
Killer Betties (Aug 13, 2007)
I was pleasantly surprised while playing Azada, as I didn't expect it to be so fun and interesting. Also, as I'm writing this review right now, my mind keeps going back to Azada, wanting to see what comes next, and that right there is the sign of a great game. You know you've stumbled upon a great game when you have a ton of stuff going on, such as work for instance, and yet all you want to do is play. Azada, if I lose my job, I'm so blaming you. Don't pass up on Azada and be sure to give it a play.
GameZebo (May 09, 2008)
Azada is one of those games you need to discover for yourself, instead of a Gamezebo writer spoiling it all for you. If you've a fan of puzzle games or want a casual game with a story, you'll no doubt have fun with this clever and refreshingly unique mystery.
Softpedia (Sep 14, 2007)
On a closing note I can say that I am aware that these types of games have been released before, but none of them mixed so nicely. Azada has the looks, the story and the challenge. Many would call them silly games for nothing. Still, you have a storyline to follow and a secret to discover and that makes the gameplay challenging and not boring.
Binary Joy (Mar 23, 2008)
Once you get into the game you’ll find that things move very quickly and, unfortunately, the end will come all too soon. Thankfully I think the game is just the right length. There are only so many mini games you can play, and they last jut the right amount of time -with enough variety to keep you amused for the 5/6 hours it takes to complete the game. Yes, it’s short, and sometimes a little easy, but a large part of the enjoyment comes from completing all the games and helping Titus escape from Azada.
Games Finder (Mar 13, 2014)
With over 40 puzzles to tackle and an eerie soundtrack to keep you in the moment Azada is worth checking out and with multiple sequels there is no shortage of gameplay in the series if you find you like the original.
Just Adventure (Apr 15, 2009)
All in all, though, Azada is a short, pretty, deluxe-feeling puzzle adventure that is very easy to recommend.
40 (Oct 30, 2012)
In the end, what is there to make of Azada? It helped create and define the genre of casual adventure games. But its attempts at mixing genres resulted in problems that seriously hinder its enjoyability. Today, now that people have been successfully mixing the two genres for years, the original game gives off the feeling of “this is what casual adventure games were like, before they knew how to make casual adventure games.”
PC Games (Germany) (Nov 26, 2008)
Verwirrung herrscht nicht nur beim Protagonisten zu Beginn von Azada. Auch der Spieler fragt sich ob des abrupten Einstiegs, worum es eigentlich geht. Erst nach und nach erfahren Sie, dass Sie in einem magischen Buch feststecken. Das wäre interessant, würde es sich um Der Herr der Ringe handeln. Doch leider ist Ihr Gefängnis aus Papier ein langweiliges Sammelsurium von Puzzles, Minispielen und simplen Kombinationsrätseln.