GameZebo: Azada: Ancient Magic Review

Every puzzle and mini-game is compelling, and there's some innovative game design at work here. One standout is the Jekyll and Hyde book, where each page was divided into two panels and one of them was always inaccessible based on which character was active – Jekyll or Hyde. The story overally is fairly compelling, although a sub-challenge where you scan cards for symbols seemed a little tacked on.

The game's lush orchestral soundtrack should also be singled out for praise because of the obvious care that was taken to create a separate piece of music for each book – right down to the prominent violin melody in the Sherlock Holmes level, which was surely a homage to Sherlock Holmes'the detective's love of the instrument.

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