Musings From Us Listings For brain-teasing

The following are the all of the articles that have been tagged as and being related to brain-teasing that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.

Azada: Ancient Magic

This entry was posted in Adventure Games, Casual Games, Puzzle Games, Software, Strategy Games by Snowfoxx on

FunFactor: ★★★★★ 

Now that you have successfully gotten Titus out of the puzzle he somehow managed to get his proper English self into for a hundred years, in Azada, he’s brought you back to help out in a whole new game. Enjoy the steampunk feel of this new Azada as you find yourself looking for clues, and playing all kinds of brain-teasing minigames in Azada: Ancient Magic. Go through a library of classic books as you crack the code and help the fearful Titus find his way through the magic locked in the library. From Fairy Tales stories from the Wild West, classic book lovers will enjoy the fun twist in seeing their favourite characters in a new way, and getting closer and closer to finding the secret of the Ancient Magic of Azada. So many different mind-bending challenges will come your way, puzzles, link-ups, sudoku-style, and memory challenges. With 20 classic stories to go through, there are so many possible outcomes.

Review: Azada

This entry was posted in Casual Games, Software, Strategy Games by Snowfoxx on

FunFactor: ★★★★★ 

If you love brain-teasing logic puzzles, Azada is the way to go! There are so many mini-games to mess with your mind in here, it will seem that you can’t get enough. Luckily, the devs of Azada realised this, because they made a sequel, which I will review later. At the beginning, you will find yourself in what looks to be a foyer of a traditionally decorated house with a letter in your hand from someone asking for help. Then you enter a study, and there is where the puzzles begin. Match 3s, Sudoku, Towers of Hanoi, and Concentration games are just some of the puzzle you will encounter while helping Titus escape from the spell he’s been under for what seems to be a hundred years or more. He’s craving tea and marmalade, oh, yes, very English! The only drawback to this original game of Azada is the fact that many of the puzzle games are timed. The devs thoughtfully removed that feature in the sequel. I’ve gotten through Azada fully once before, with the helps of the little skips and hints along the way, but I never really tire of this game.