Luxor: Quest for the Afterlife

Luxor: Quest for the Afterlife

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Venture out of Egypt to track down the stolen artifacts of Queen Nefertiti in this epic Marble Popper game! The ancient queen`s earthbound spirit calls on you to reclaim her sacred artifacts and return her soul to the ether! Arm yourself with the falcon-wing shooter of Horus and explore the exotic Near East in the epic Luxor: Quest for the Afterlife!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 117 MB

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Luxor: Quest for the Afterlife is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun Game for Being a Shooter I always open my Luxor reviews with the following: I have played shooter games before, I am quite good at them, I just don't like them. However, the Luxor series is the best shooter game I've come across thus far. Storyline: And there is one which I LOVE about any M3 game. Nefertiti's husband's (Akhuneaten) burying place has been invaded. Artifacts have been stole and broken into pieces. Because they were found broken, it cannot be the work of mere mortals. Nefertiti needs her eternal Akh. Only then may she resurrect her beloved husband (Akten). Until the jars and put back to together and the artifacts found, she will not be able to return to her eternal soul. She will be forever bound to Earth. You job is to find the artifacts, travel city to city and have endless battles on her behalf. As a reward, she will bestow upon you great powers. So, of you go. Graphics: Pretty good as far as Ancient Egypt goes. The desert is fairly monochromatic, the icons for the Cities slightly above the color of the desert. The balls bright enough that you can see all the colors. Sound: Music was fine - didn't need to tune it out. Sound effects were constantly going on. Gameplay: As in any shooter game and Luxor series game, premise of the game is to shoot your colored ball (at the bottom of the screen) into a string of multi-colored balls and try to match a string of 3 or more of the same color. The more colored balls you destroy, the better the riches that rain down upon you. I don't much pay attention to the jewels, etc. but I DO always make sure I catch the runes - because that is where all the power is. For instance, reverse, slow, stop, remove colors, lightning shot, and more and more and more. Bonus Levels: Tons upon tons upon tons of them. Every 3 levels you play, you will have a bonus level to play. It may be as simple as put the broken artifacts' pieces back together to as long as a flowing river of colored balls is all that separates you from the level on shore that you need to dispose of. Sounds easy? Not so much. Because that 5 level deep of multi-colored balls keep coming and coming and coming and coming. And it NEVER stops but your need is to concentrate on the string of balls on the opposite shore and dispose of those. And they don't disappear until the last colored ball is gone. THAT string of balls just goes back and forth and back and forth, while you are trying to get a good, clean shot through multiple layers of strings. You may be lucky and do it in a few shots or you may be not so lucky and have this level take upwards of 15 minutes or more. There were other bonus levels, some I enjoyed, some not so much, And, then, there's the "BOSS" level. I totally did not understand what was going on but kept shooting and shooting and shooting and eventually Nefertiti told me I had won. Had no clue how. Cons (mine): Not getting a clearer explanation of how to certain levels. Some I could figure out - at least one I could not. The map confused me. As the game play progressed you could enter any city behind you (that you had passed all the levels of) and, I thought, the next City. But. apparently, different roads would unlock so you could go in either of at least 2 directions - hmmm, would have been nice to know and --- why? What is the benefit or detriment to going one way vs. the other. Nefertiti's instructions - and you got a lot of them. Spoken, with no reading to follow along. Could be why I didn't understand some of the gameplay. I truly loved playing this game and it's only because of the above CONS that I could not in good conscience give it 5 stars. I especially loved that the storyline just didn't die out when the game started - with every level that you passed (or was it at the 3 level mark?) the storyline continued, recited to you by Nefertiti herself. This Glam-ma says this is almost the best Luxor game of the series that there is. I am playing through them all - I think I have found MY 5 star BEST game but this isn't it. I still have a few Luxor games to go through yet - and may find one that knocks my current fav off the top of the pyramid (HAH - Egypt - pyramid - I slay me - lol). In any case, Glam-ma says please do try this game. It's fun and has a great story going on. All you have to lose is an hour. But, you may gain a new genre of game you never thought you'd like or a better shooter game than one you already own. If this review was helpful, please take a moment to click on the "yes" button below. If not, sigh, there is a "no" button too. But, seriously, would you give your Glam-ma a no? LOL. Happy Gaming!
Date published: 2014-05-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Confusing! Once again we have other genres of game being included which just causes confusion. I liked this version of Luxor, but, fail to see why we have to have the stopping of the 'thief slithering past you' which means that you don't know which direction you are going & end up on the same screen. I got fed up with the HO games as you end up in some dreary place searching for things that are almost impossible to find now we have almost the same thing with Luxor. WHY????
Date published: 2012-07-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty Good I liked this game. Although it's not the best Luxor I've played, it's certainly not the worst. Good Parts: For once Luxor had a storyline and it was pretty good! I have to say I was very impressed by it. Great graphics. Good power-ups. Gave me a great advantage in the game. Achievements made the game even more fun. The game was a great challenge to me. Some of the levels were very hard and took me quite a few tries to get! OK Parts: I enjoyed the river levels to start with, but they went on way too long and eventually got borng. Bad Parts: The game was very repetitive and got boring at times The one thing I disliked most were the boss battles. I thought they were too hard and very boring. I would've prefered a boss battle like Zuma's Revenge- Adventure Overall, this was a pretty good game Recommended to lovers of the series or people trying it out for the first time.
Date published: 2012-07-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really 4.5, but couldn't give it a 5 I love the Luxor series, and this is the best one yet. Many different types of games with many different playing fields. I like the storyline and being given choices of which direction to take. The graphics are excellent and the game is challenging. There are four levels of difficulty. My only complaints are that you can finish the story line before playing all the points on all the paths. The ending of the story comes rather abruptly and finishing the rest of the game is rather anti climatic. Also the battles with the bad guys are so easy that you seem to win with any effort on your part. Although I was only playing on medium, so that might be part of the reason. Minor quibbles though. The game is very very good.
Date published: 2011-12-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Never ending I've tried and tried and read and tried again. This game does not do what it says... It's broken and disjointed, and, yes, I've played and played looking for success... Forget it. It just goes on forever. Luxor 3 works and eventually ends, and shows success...
Date published: 2015-12-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Quite rushing As the title says, it was quite a rush in that game all the time. I've played all the other Luxor games and this game - have to say, was the worst one. It was a rush mess compared to other games, there wasn't a second your eye could've had a fast rest before the other line comes in, big minus was also that the balls always didn't go where aimed even there was the "stop" action on. Also the game's sounds were horribly noisy. I had to turn off the volume, because I got a bit afraid about the noises.
Date published: 2012-04-29
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