The following are the all of the articles that have been tagged as and being related to CGI animations that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.
I had reviewed the previous two Azada games here on musings awhile back, so it seemed natural to go ahead and take a look at this new sequel, Azada: In Libro. I found this game a bit more confusing and lacking some the simplicity of the previous two games. While the first two were set in a study, and we did puzzles through classic books or logic games, this time things have gotten really weird. Titus is back with us, but we are no longer in the confines of the library, and have been lured into coming to Prague to settle a legal matter about an inheritance. We come along with our relatives’ solicitor, and find ourselves in a charming Olde World part of town, and then are caught in a trap. Titus once again needs our help to keep his evil wizard uncle from getting the Azada text, but now the dark magic is roaming the streets, and Prague itself is a bit off. Even though the Czech Republic capitol is an old city, it looks like it is stuck in around 1900, but there are these smoky dark spirits floating around loose, and they have the capacity to devour the living flesh off people and animals, leaving only their bones, not unlike Hedorah did in the 1971 environmentalist movie, Gojira tai Hedora. (A movie that gave me some serious nightmares, but I was only seven when I saw it!). These things are merciless, and you are on the run, searching for the Azada text before this dark destruction can cut loose any further.