LUXOR, the #1-selling, action-puzzle game, blasts outside Egypt's borders and onto the Silk Road in search of riches beyond imagination. One of the most beautiful and well-known faces in history is also one of its greatest mysteries. When the sacred artifacts of Queen Nefertiti are robbed, her earth-bound spirit calls upon you to find them so her eternal spirit will rise. Wielding the falcon-wing shooter of Horus, you choose your own paths on an expansive journey out of Egypt.
In your quest to reveal and assemble Queen Nefertiti's artifact pieces, you'll explore exotic Persia, Syria, India and other regions of the Near East. Track down each of the robbers before the sands of fate shift and defeat them in an all-new Battle Mode. Your great adventure awaits in, LUXOR: Quest for the Afterlife!
Choose the path of your quest as you venture from Egypt to 18 cities in 6 exotic regions along the Silk Road
Compete against enemies in an all-new Battle Mode
Track down enemy leaders to obtain the most valuable artifacts
Queen Nefertiti speaks to you, her champion, in a quest for her afterlife
100 all-new levels in Adventure Mode
Unlock upgrades in the in-game store, including new ball and shooter sets
Locate the pieces of Nefertiti's artifacts and assemble them to upgrade you abilities in the Adventure campaign
Vivid Widescreen-supported backgrounds
I enjoyed playing LUXOR: Quest for the Afterlife as I remember playing Zuma for the first time too. This Luxor feels like visiting older Luxor games with new shiny visuals with some new power-ups, scenarios, story and controller support (I didn't expect this from this type of game). While is not a long game, is pretty fun and worthwhile. Recommended.
Presentation There’s a nonsensical story here. Graphics Considering the genre, the visuals are more than adequate. Sound Music is epic and God of War-like. Sound effects are strong and appropriate. Voice acting takes itself a little too seriously, however. Gameplay The gameplay hasn’t evolved much from the previous Luxor or Zuma games. But it is a solid game overall. Lasting Appeal There are multiple difficulty levels and a decent amount of levels/modes. There are also achievements for those that care, but you probably won't sink too much time on this one in the end.
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