A brave young Pharaoh, killed prematurely by a fierce sandstorm and embodied by the gods as a skillful scarab, must battle the powerful god of Chaos, Set, to free the essences of other Egyptian gods contained within colorful magical spheres.Read full description
A brave young Pharaoh, killed prematurely by a fierce sandstorm and embodied by the gods as a skillful scarab, must battle the powerful god of Chaos, Set, to free the essences of other Egyptian gods contained within colorful magical spheres.
Stop the procession of approaching spheres as they journey through the maze by matching three or more. Call upon the gods, denoted by color, to release specific power-ups and purchase upgrades with Ankh coins collected during gameplay. Free all the gods from captivity before they reach the pyramid at the end of their path, or all is forever lost.
Original music, enhanced animation and even more spectacular effects
Seven unique game modes, including five never before seen
Over 140 nail-biting levels of gameplay
Challenging and dynamic play with branching and merging pathways
Utilize reflectors to make matches that were otherwise impossible
Upgradable power-ups plus exciting ball sets and shooters to unlock
New bonus level gameplay introduced
LUXOR 3 is the next step in the Luxor franchise as the games continues to grow more prettier and challenging than the previous ones. Still maintaining the Egyptian theme for the game, Luxor 3 still has the base gameplay from the Luxor franchise but with new scenarios and levels to play with, other than that, the game is the same but more shiny. Recommended.
Luxor 3 comes after Luxor: Amun Rising, providing a simple yet still challenging gameplay (depending the difficulty you choose). If I needed to compare these two, I'd note one thing: the graphics. They look... more.... fresh. Just that, for me. And none is a bad game. So, Luxor 3 has a couple of modes, a lot of stages to complete, which some have a bit more challenge, but nothing really complicated. Power ups are still present, they aren't removed. Special additions throughout the game stages that make it really nice, and of course a lot of replayability. How could a game like this not have replayability, right? As I mentioned above, the graphics & animation are looking stunning with this one (makes sense, as this is released in 2007, and Amun Rising was in 2005), and they 'improved' generally the game. You played Amun Rising? You know how this game will work, then. If not, you will have to combine 3 balls together in order to destroy them. It works like a... "match 3" type of thing. A fun game (classic game nowadays, I believe) that can be played anytime . I can't really compare it with Amun Rising, but nonetheless it will definitely make your time worthwhile if you're a fan of these games.
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