Bienvenue dans l’univers fantastique d’Azada ™. Piégé dans un livre de puzzles magiques, Titus l’aventurier a besoin que vous le libériez du sort qui le retient prisonnier. Pour y arriver, vous devez résoudre les casse-tête retors d’Azada ™ et compléter les pages manquantes du livre enchanté. Libérez Titus de sa prison !
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plutôt positives (9 évaluation(s)) - 77% des 9 évaluations des utilisateurs pour ce jeu sont positives.
Date de parution : 5 fév 2008

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Bienvenue dans l’univers fantastique d’Azada ™. Piégé dans un livre de puzzles magiques, Titus l’aventurier a besoin que vous le libériez du sort qui le retient prisonnier. Pour y arriver, vous devez résoudre les casse-tête retors d’Azada ™ et compléter les pages manquantes du livre enchanté. Libérez Titus de sa prison !

  • Un jeu unique et mystérieux.
  • Plus de 40 puzzles fabuleux.
  • De nombreuses surprises.

Configuration requise

    • Interface : Microsoft® Windows® Windows 2000/XP/Vista
    • Processeur : 600 Mhz
    • Mémoire : 128 Mo
    • Graphismes : Circuits intégrés
    • DirectX®: DirectX® 6.0 ou supérieure
    • Disque dur : 65 Mo d'espace disque
Évaluations des utilisateurs
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Globales :
plutôt positives (9 évaluation(s))
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talgaby
( 6.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 13 juin
Short version: 79%
At its core, Azada is just a collection of video game puzzles (including a few that resemble simple hidden object rooms). But it has a strong, gripping atmosphere that may suck you in and never let you go.

Long version:
Azada is a unique game. There are many of us who have put dozens upon dozens of hours in it, but it is difficult to explain why. After all, it is nothing more than a bunch of childishly easy puzzles thrown together in a game of very loose narrative.

I know calling a puzzle easy is subjective, but this game will hardly pose any challenge to anyone: most of the levels can be completed under a minute or even less. In exchange, there is a ton of them: if you choose to enter the world of Azada, you’ll be presented with over two dozen types of puzzles totalling over a hundred levels.

A review of Azada cannot be complete without mentioning the photographs. These are similar to simple hidden object scenes, only in this case the emphasis is purely on trying to find a starting item and use that to uncover more, until you solve the entire room. They may not seem like much by reading about them, but most Azada players consider them the best part of the game with very good reason—sadly, one has to experience it to understand this enthusiasm.
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Nocturnal Stalker
( 5.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 13 février
A great game for puzzle lovers and casual players alike. The process consists entirely in solving puzzles with time limit. I only wish that the puzzles would be a bit more difficult, because most of them are quite easy to solve once you understand the principle.
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Bianca
( 8.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 décembre 2015
this game i played back in the day when i was little it was a fun game and i loved it i got a demo of it on something called reflexive games that now no longer is on the web or is there to download games from but never the less i have the cd copy the ios copy and the steam copy and thay are all good highly recommended game
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Mythezza - twitch.tv/mythezza
( 10.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 14 novembre 2015
Azada is a point-and-click puzzle game. It's a very short game, consisting of ten chapters with nine puzzles a piece. There a handful of basic puzzle forms, including Memory/Concentration, "Move the Matches", Match 3, Sliders, et cetera, that recur throughout the game. The puzzles scale slightly in difficulty as the game progresses, and each chapter ends with a jig-saw-esque puzzle that works toward completing a portrait of a man you're rescuing. (If it sounds very MYST, that's because it is.) It's a short game, there's not a lot to say, so let's get to it!

The Good:

- Visuals are good. The game is older, but doesn't look -terribly- dated. It's a point-and-click game that has since ported over to mobile devices, and its success there is a result of its low-intensity graphics.

- Music might be the best part. The music sounds much higher quality than I expected.

- This is a great game for killing time. None of the puzzles are too challenging, and only took me a couple minutes at best.

The Bad:

- None of the puzzles are too challenging, and only took me a couple minutes at best. A few of the "click to find" landscapes were difficult, but not because the puzzle itself was difficult, but because these games sometimes fall into the trap of making you hunt for individual pixels. Aggravating.

Conclusions?

This game is not especially challenging. I don't know that there's much more to say. I liked it, but it wasn't overly stimulating. Great for your mom, maybe?
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Badger
( 8.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 20 juillet 2015
Azada is a a decent puzzle game. It should give you about 6-10 hours of enjoyment.

The game is split into 10 different chapters where you have a certain amout of time to solve 8 puzzles. There is generally more than enough time to complete these without too much of a worry but some leave you floundering around in the dark. If you fail to complete all 8, the chapter restarts again. As you go along you get a token that will give you the option to bypass any puzzle that you have a problem with. I think there are 5 in total. They help if there is a puzzle you don't enjoy.

There are quite a few different puzzles that test your memory, observation and logic. Some are excellent and a few are poor but generally this is worth what you'll pay for it.
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Biotype
( 0.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 5 juin 2014
From the moment I played this game back in 2008, I have loved it. I logged more than 250 hours before losing all game data and CD. i recommend this game to anyone in the mood for nonstop puzzles.
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6.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 13 juin
Short version: 79%
At its core, Azada is just a collection of video game puzzles (including a few that resemble simple hidden object rooms). But it has a strong, gripping atmosphere that may suck you in and never let you go.

Long version:
Azada is a unique game. There are many of us who have put dozens upon dozens of hours in it, but it is difficult to explain why. After all, it is nothing more than a bunch of childishly easy puzzles thrown together in a game of very loose narrative.

I know calling a puzzle easy is subjective, but this game will hardly pose any challenge to anyone: most of the levels can be completed under a minute or even less. In exchange, there is a ton of them: if you choose to enter the world of Azada, you’ll be presented with over two dozen types of puzzles totalling over a hundred levels.

A review of Azada cannot be complete without mentioning the photographs. These are similar to simple hidden object scenes, only in this case the emphasis is purely on trying to find a starting item and use that to uncover more, until you solve the entire room. They may not seem like much by reading about them, but most Azada players consider them the best part of the game with very good reason—sadly, one has to experience it to understand this enthusiasm.
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7 personne(s) sur 8 (88%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
Recommandé
0.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 5 juin 2014
From the moment I played this game back in 2008, I have loved it. I logged more than 250 hours before losing all game data and CD. i recommend this game to anyone in the mood for nonstop puzzles.
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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
Recommandé
8.6 heures en tout
Posté le : 20 juillet 2015
Azada is a a decent puzzle game. It should give you about 6-10 hours of enjoyment.

The game is split into 10 different chapters where you have a certain amout of time to solve 8 puzzles. There is generally more than enough time to complete these without too much of a worry but some leave you floundering around in the dark. If you fail to complete all 8, the chapter restarts again. As you go along you get a token that will give you the option to bypass any puzzle that you have a problem with. I think there are 5 in total. They help if there is a puzzle you don't enjoy.

There are quite a few different puzzles that test your memory, observation and logic. Some are excellent and a few are poor but generally this is worth what you'll pay for it.
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0 personne(s) sur 1 (0%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
Recommandé
8.6 heures en tout
Posté le : 29 décembre 2015
this game i played back in the day when i was little it was a fun game and i loved it i got a demo of it on something called reflexive games that now no longer is on the web or is there to download games from but never the less i have the cd copy the ios copy and the steam copy and thay are all good highly recommended game
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0 personne(s) sur 2 (0%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
Non recommandé
10.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 14 novembre 2015
Azada is a point-and-click puzzle game. It's a very short game, consisting of ten chapters with nine puzzles a piece. There a handful of basic puzzle forms, including Memory/Concentration, "Move the Matches", Match 3, Sliders, et cetera, that recur throughout the game. The puzzles scale slightly in difficulty as the game progresses, and each chapter ends with a jig-saw-esque puzzle that works toward completing a portrait of a man you're rescuing. (If it sounds very MYST, that's because it is.) It's a short game, there's not a lot to say, so let's get to it!

The Good:

- Visuals are good. The game is older, but doesn't look -terribly- dated. It's a point-and-click game that has since ported over to mobile devices, and its success there is a result of its low-intensity graphics.

- Music might be the best part. The music sounds much higher quality than I expected.

- This is a great game for killing time. None of the puzzles are too challenging, and only took me a couple minutes at best.

The Bad:

- None of the puzzles are too challenging, and only took me a couple minutes at best. A few of the "click to find" landscapes were difficult, but not because the puzzle itself was difficult, but because these games sometimes fall into the trap of making you hunt for individual pixels. Aggravating.

Conclusions?

This game is not especially challenging. I don't know that there's much more to say. I liked it, but it wasn't overly stimulating. Great for your mom, maybe?
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Recommandé
5.3 heures en tout
Posté le : 13 février
A great game for puzzle lovers and casual players alike. The process consists entirely in solving puzzles with time limit. I only wish that the puzzles would be a bit more difficult, because most of them are quite easy to solve once you understand the principle.
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