Get ready to wield your winged-scarab shooter in an all-new LUXOR, the #1 action-puzzle game of all time!
Navigate your shooter to ensure matches of three or more—fire colored balls into the advancing chain of colored spheres to eliminate them before they destroy the pyramids. Unlock all 20 achievements as you collect Ankh coins for extra lives and catch falling treasures for big bonus points.
Save ancient Egypt in the 100-level Adventure mode, or test your accuracy in all new Blast mode - the 2-minute timed mode that challenges you to rack up the points. Or play through People’s Choice mode, where we give you 15 of players’ favorites levels from LUXOR 2, LUXOR 3 and Quest for the Afterlife!
Master four new power-ups: the powerful Double Shooter, the devastating Black Hole, the ruinous Spiker Ball, and the deathly Lead Barrage. Outfitted with 25 all-new backgrounds and pathways, LUXOR Fifth Passage also introduces the Eye of Horus—click the button when you’re in a real jam to eliminate all remaining spheres. And, for the true LUXOR Pharaoh, an Insane difficulty level to test your marble-shooting skills! Celebrate 5 years of LUXOR’s reign in the 5th Passage!
I really like Luxor games, way more than others like Zuma and similar arcade based products. Luxor is an arcade match-3 game with a slight touch of vertical arcade shoot em ups. You throw your colored balls to match the others and get rid of all the spheres that should not reach some concrete point of the level. Luxor 5th Passage does nothing new. It features some new power-ups and different modes to make the playtime for the game longer, but the fact is that there are no new additions when it comes to gameplay. Previous Luxor games worked, and it looks like they don't want to change the game much as it is good as it is. I like Luxor games, but this is the first Luxor game I've played in PC rather than portable devices like Nintendo DS and others. Well, it is just not the same. Spending some minutes playing Luxor in your mobile phone while you are waiting for something is good, but turning on your glorious PC master race to play a game like Luxor feels totally different. Even thought I liked the game, I'd say you try and buy this for your phone or handheld system
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