Posts created by methodistgirl

 
 
 posted in The Omega Stone: Riddle of the Sphinx II on May 29, 09 12:49 PM
Is there a coupon for this game. I'm a little short on funds right now.
judy tooley
 
 
 posted in Azada ™: Ancient Magic on May 27, 09 4:25 PM
I noticed when I played Magic, on the last of the game when I defeated the genie
that it flashed Azada Adventures. I would like to see it as an adventure where
Titus can take you to different parts of his mansion full of libraries. The robot
can go. I'm too nervous for such a game but I did enjoy the sudoku one, sliders,
match three,runes, and the butterflies which there was a similar one with Magic.
As I went through the book stories in Magic I thought of all of the other classic
stories that wasn't in that game. As I played the last one which was of King
Arthur, I thought of Romeo and Juliet, Cinderella, the Prince of Egypt since he
talked of his uncle causing the plagues of frogs, and flies reminded me of
the story of Moses and the Ten Commandments. Like with all libraries there
should be a King James bible somewhere. Of all games since there were
the sudoku game, runes,and sliders, why not a mah jong game with it.
methodistgirl
 
 
 posted in Azada ™: Ancient Magic on May 23, 09 6:23 AM
The first azada has me hooked on suduku! Since that is one of the game's
puzzles, sudoku,sliders,building blocks, and connect three are my favorites.
I used to despise sudoku. I'm surprised that Azada didn't have it's own version
of Mah Jong along with sudoku.
methodistgirl
 
 
 posted in Azada ™ on May 11, 09 1:49 PM
I finally did it! I completed both Azada and magic. I wished they would hurry
up with a third Azada game. Haven't you noticed that after you have played
both the first and magic you feel like you know Titus personally like a friend?
I feel that way. I know that there should be one out soon someday because
he mentioned "cellar door" on the last of Azada Magic. I can't wait. I just
wished they would put Titus in something more modern for an Englishman.
Everytime I play both games he's wearing cloths from the Victorian era.
I'd like to see him in something like the Beatles wore in Sgt. Pepper.
methodistgirl
 
 
 posted in Azada ™ on May 11, 09 12:23 PM
I'm having trouble with the alarm clock. It won't ring. What should I put it
on to make it ring? I need a response now!
methodistgirl
 
 
 posted in Mystery Case Files: Madame Fate™ on May 10, 09 5:57 PM
I'm next to the last chapter where I have to move the least of the matchsticks
to make four squares and I'm having trouble with it. Any suggestions? I'm
just about to pull my hair out!
judy tooley
 
 
 posted in Azada ™: Ancient Magic on May 8, 09 4:10 PM
I hope if there happens to be a azada ancient magic 2 I hope they include
Romeo and Juliet, stories from the bible, the story of Abraham and Sarah
would be great since the game happens to originate with Titus who is
very British, Cinderella, Jack and the beanstalk, Moby Dick, classic stories
that kids around the world enjoys hearing their parents tell the story of
the three pigs, the Baron reminds me of Jonah and the whale, many classic
stories that this previous magic game didn't cover. Also include Gone with
the wind because it is now a classic and the Ten Commandments about
Moses. I can go on and on but I can only go so far with this.
judy tooley
 
 
 posted in Azada ™ on May 3, 09 6:41 PM
I'm also having a hard with the sudoku puzzle because I don't even play
normal sudoku with numbers.
judy tooley
 
 
 posted in Azada ™ on May 3, 09 5:59 PM
I'm having a problem with squares. Can anyone help me?
judy tooley
 
 
 posted in Azada ™: Ancient Magic on Apr 30, 09 1:10 PM
Of all of the classic stories the "books" were named after, Azada missed
a few. I wondered where Cinderella was and Romeo and Juliet since
there was one on King Arthur on the last. There are more children's
stories that are classic beside Wizard of Oz, Hansel and Gretel, Jack and
the Beanstalk, and more. There are also American classics besides
Buffalo Bill. Rumpelstiltskin also comes to mind for a classic storybook
where the girl weaves hay and turns it into gold then she finally learns
his name of Rumpelstiltskin. There is another classic British one that
was written during the time of William Shakesphare and that was the
King James Bible. One of the games on Azada Magic reminded me of
Jonah and the Whale called the Baron. Maybe you can put some of
those stories in Azada magic 2.
methodistgirl
 
 
 posted in Azada ™: Ancient Magic on Apr 30, 09 12:42 PM
Have any of you read the book or seen the funny movie called
"The Baron"? I saw snippets of this Brittish classic and it's kinda
like Hichhikers guide to the galaxy. It's a Sci.Fi. comedy. You
will understand if you can find the real story and book the Baron.
This is a real fiction story.
methodistgirl
 
 
 posted in Azada ™: Ancient Magic on Apr 19, 09 2:49 PM
Can someone help me with the baron? I'm having trouble with the telescope
devise. I can't get the gears right.
judy tooley
 
 
 posted in Azada ™: Ancient Magic on Apr 17, 09 3:03 PM
That doesn't work for me. Picturebook only shows games like pac man or Mario
not Azada. I need help with the cube as well.
judy tooley
 
 
 posted in Azada ™: Ancient Magic on Apr 17, 09 12:40 PM
I'm right now in the travelers book. I've done everything else to get the guy
going but I still have a problem with the rubic's cube. Any suggestions that
will help?
judy tooley
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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