The much anticipated sequel to the #1 casual game of 2005, LUXOR 2 sets the new standard for action-puzzlers. LUXOR 2 takes you on a beautiful voyage through 88 all-new, gorgeously rendered levels set amongst the pyramids of ancient Egypt. Use your mystical winged scarab to shoot and destroy the approaching magical spheres, and to help you shoot them down, Luxor 2 features more explosive power-ups than ever before.
88 explosively challenging and gorgeously 3D-rendered levels, taking casual games to the next level
Four invigorating levels of difficulty, including the expert level that unlocks the mind-blowing Challenge of Horus
Over 80 new statistics and badges, plus bonus rounds at the end of each stage
New ranking system to let players work their way from Farm Hand to Pharaoh
Three stimulating modes of play, including the new Survival and Practice modes
13 explosive and unique power-ups, including the new Color Cloud, Net, Dagger and Lightning Storm, to help shoot down the oncoming enemy spheres
13 intense and rewarding bonus rounds at the end of each stage in the game
I've played a lot of puzzle games in my life. My gosh, do I ever get tired of 'em? NO! I've played tumblebugs, dynomite, zuma's revenge, and the whole luxor 1 - 3 series. Heck, I even downloaded this game in my old PSP console. All I can say is that the game mechanics are smooth, the levels are brilliantly made, the graphics are pretty. As the game progresses, you use more of your brain juices and actively tries to figure out a way to decrease the length of a speeding up row of balls. You let it in the hole, you lose. Heck, this is not basketball or golf or whatever. Basically, you prevent it from getting in the hole. Good thing is the game is actually fun and is not boring (for me at least). It gets you more hyped when the ball is speeding up. I guess, it can help in stimulating your brain when you're stressed and whatnot. Just look at the game description and play the tutorial and see for yourself if it's befitting your tastes. As for me, I'd say I never get tired of playing it. It's worth the time playing it, trust me.
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