Recently I've fallen in love with playing search and find hidden object computer games. I rarely admit this to anyone due to the fact that the games are geared toward younger people. Recently I came across a new game (new to me anyway) named Azada.
Azada is different from other hidden object games because once you find the items you must use them together (or separate) to make things happen. For example in one puzzle you have to find a folder, a pair of scissors and some tape. All the items must be used together to find your next clue.
What I love about this game is that not only is it a hidden object game but there are also numerous and difficult puzzles to solve. To let you know how addictive this game is I decided to play it for an hour before going to bed. I looked at the clock to check the time and three hours had passed.
I think that this game is best geared toward teens to adults.