bfgBaikal
Marlin
Marlin
8,624 Posts

The Mac version is here! March 7, 2013

[Post New]by bfgBaikal on Mar 7, 13 12:37 AM
You can give this game a go by going to the game page here. The gameplay will be the same across both PC and Mac platforms, so please feel free to use this Forum for any questions, tips and tricks with other Azada: Elementa Collector's Edition players.

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Happy gaming!

bfgBaikal

 
WilJul
Stingray
Stingray
5,670 Posts

Re:The Mac version is here! March 7, 2013

[Post New]by WilJul on Mar 8, 13 4:03 AM
Bravo on on the dual Mac/PC release! Just want BFG and the developers to know how appreciated it is!

 
shorenuf
Dolphin
Dolphin
7,281 Posts

Re:The Mac version is here! March 7, 2013

[Post New]by shorenuf on Mar 8, 13 12:06 PM
(also posted this in the Bundle sale thread)

Mac Users -- For those curious about the original AZADA Puzzle games -- AZADA 1 and AZADA 2 (Azada Ancient Magic) play in LION. I just downloaded them; even played them a bit. I had totally forgotten Azada 1 was timed -- you got 35 minutes to finish Chapter 1 of Titus' story.

In Azada 2 they added a relaxed mode; if I were to play it over again, I would opt for that and avoid the stress. Interestingly, it was first released with only a timed mode, but after many player requests, BFG very quickly re-released it. These are puzzle games -- not a traditional hidden object scene in site. You do have to hunt for inventory items and use them in various ways to solve the puzzle presented.

Azada 1 is almost 5 years old, so sure, there are no voice overs, the graphics seem fuzzy, a bit dated. But, the game play is unique, the puzzles require thought and logic. The story is a curious one. Azada 2 was also released in 2008. Titus again needs your help, but the presentation is entirely different.

These games are not easy.

SPOILER:
code words -- Azada to Azada II -- MAGICBOOK
Azada II to Azada III -- CELLAR DOOR


I held on to those, especially the second one, hoping for AZADA 3. As it turned out, of course, we never got to use the information. And from the looks of AZADA 4, there will be no need for a code word now or evermore.

iPad Users
-- Azada 1 and 2 are available on iPad. There is no trial version for Azada 1 HD, it doesn't appear the game differs from the original; perhaps the graphics are enhanced. Azada 2 HD also has no trial. Both are $4.99. Most interesting, there is also a CE version for AZADA 2 ($6.99) which has a free trial. It has extras not found in the Mac version, apparently added in 2012 for the iPad version. I tried it -- it plays well and looks pretty good.

 
 
 
 
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