I’m not sure how they do it, but since ERS Studios took over the reigns on the Azada franchise from Big Fish, it just keeps getting better and better. The characters we started off with look a bit different now, and the game has gone from the library in Titus’s family estate into a alternate world where just about anything can happen. Azada: Elementa continues its magic, and this time we are after Titus’ uncle, Panoptes to stop him from using elemental magic in an evil plot. Just as everything else in Azada, even Panoptes is not what he seems.
We really don’t have many hidden object puzzles to get through, in fact they make a good diversion from the many locks and logic puzzles needed to open them or get the objects to get into places further down the line. Titus keeps us updated, and we also have a furry pet monkey cat thing, that we can name and even dress using bonus items, but I really did not get into playing with this animal much. I have enough pets in real life, and this thing reminded me too much of Merlin’s friend, Giggles, in the game Magic Match. Read more...(319 words, 31 images, estimated 1:17 mins reading time)
This game has been out for some time, but I had recently rediscovered it after losing it awhile back. Magic Match is one very addictive game, and it will keep you going for hours, and even days. You start out as a wizard on a little quest in an enchanted forest with a furry companion not unlike an Ewok. This annoying little dude is Giggles, and he is about the only annoying about this game, except for the bard that sings a silly little ditty between areas as you go on your quest.
This is not the typical match 3 game, as you will be collecting components on the grid to cast spells and make potions. With each new area you come into, the objects on the grid change, and there are more barriers added to make your gameplay increasingly difficult, but they always stay on theme. In the forest, hunt the grid for big blue mushrooms and bugs and such. In the tropics, for pirate treasure and hulu masks on a volcanic island, so the terrain does change along the way. In some places, Giggles takes over the grid and plays his own version of Pac-Man. Read more...(280 words, 33 images, estimated 1:07 mins reading time)