Luxor Amun Rising
Average Rating 21 player reviews ( 4.7 out of 5.0 )
Egyptian ball-shooting action-puzzler
Glorious adventures await as you return to save Ancient Egypt from certain doom in Luxor: Amun Rising. You must defeat the rebellious Princes of Megiddo before they overthrow the Pharaoh and plunge the Two Lands into chaos!
The powers of Isis are at your command, including explosive Fireballs, thundering Lightning Bolts, and the new Scorpion Power-up, which calls forth a magical scorpion from the Pyramids to destroy up to the first ten spheres it encounters. Eliminating an entire chain of spheres will destroy the scarab minion that pushes them and release the sparkling Bonus Gem hidden within.
Enjoy the breathtaking original music score and thrill to the electrifying sound effects. Filled with excitement, adventure, and intense action, there is only one question you must ask yourself: Can you drive back the rebellious invading forces and once again save Egypt?
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Luxor Amun Rising is the sequel to Luxor, and is a marble-shooter game. Overall, I found this game very enjoyable to play, though the concept would become very repetitive, especially due to the lack of a storyline. I also didn't like how the graphics were constantly recycled, as I wanted to see more artwork done for the game. If you like marble-shooter games, or have never tried one, I would recommend that you buy this! See more See less
This game was really fun for the first few stages, but became pretty repetitive as it was the same thing (literally!) over and over again. The levels were repeated a lot - although the graphics were gorgeous, I wanted to see MORE. Same level scenes and a lack of storyline made me not look forward to completing each level . The sounds were pretty typical, just egyptian, but fit the game very well. I would recommend buying this game as it was fun, but don't play it continously - you'll get tired of it! See more See less
This is another version of Zuma, but it's more of an Egyptian theme than an Aztecan theme. However, since this is originally made, Luxor is an exception and it deserves 5 stars from me. Luxor Amun Rising is a game to buy. See more See less