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  • The only problem is that most of the stages are awfully easy and the game in its entirety is extremely easy to finish but this isn't a finish once and discard game

    • by lindberghlendl
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      Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Zuma or Luxor? It doesn’t matter, actually. A lot of clones are emerging; a lot of piracy and copying is happening all around but it really doesn’t matter anymore. Not to the customers anyway. As long as one product or thing is good, people buy it. Just as Tetris was the fad before, it seems that puzzle games that require you to line up 3 or more objects of the same class or color is becoming the norm at present. Games like Bejeweled, Dinomite, Zuma, Bounce, and many others use

      the same formula and just add a little twist to the gameplay in order to differentiate it from the others.

      Luxor goes with the trend. If you played Zuma before, you pretty much also played Luxor. The main difference that the two games have is that the former requires you to rotate the projectile thingy located at the center of the screen or playing field in order to align three or more balls of the same color while the latter requires you to move the projectile thingy that is located at the bottom of the screen or playing field ...


      • from side to side.

        Zuma works extremely well with the PC using the mouse as your controller but when it comes to mobile phone iterations, Luxor wins hands down. The control scheme fits cell phones perfectly in Luxor unlike the mobile phone versions of Zuma which is somehow hard to control. The level design which is egeptian themed also is pretty good and is leaps and bounds way better that the Zuma mobile phone versions (I keep on comparing the two games because they are so similar in nature). The visuals are easy on the eyes and the sound

        is quite ok. There are also a ton of stages to play through. The only problem is that most of the stages are awfully easy and the game in its entirety is extremely easy to finish but this isn’t a finish once and discard game. As a puzzle game, it offers infinite replayability and given its tight gameplay, this one is hard to dismiss.

        If you are looking for another quality puzzler for your mobile phone, Luxor would be a worthy fit for your game library. Don’t expect it to be innovative or mind boggling, but expect it to be good.




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