Im brandneuen, komplett aufpolierten LUXOR Evolved sind die Ketten schneller, die Power-Ups cooler und die Shooter besser getarnt. Mit diesem Arcade-Shooter im Retrostyle werden Sie ein schnelleres und intensiveres LUXOR erleben, das alles andere in den Schatten stellt.
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Sehr positiv (139 Reviews) - 93 % der 139 Nutzerreviews für dieses Spiel sind positiv.
Veröffentlichung: 1. März 2012

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Über dieses Spiel

Im brandneuen, komplett aufpolierten LUXOR Evolved sind die Ketten schneller, die Power-Ups cooler und die Shooter besser getarnt. Mit diesem Arcade-Shooter im Retrostyle werden Sie ein schnelleres und intensiveres LUXOR erleben, das alles andere in den Schatten stellt.

LUXOR Evolved besinnt sich auf alte Arcade-Klassiker und ist vollgepackt mit 65 einzigartigen Levels, süchtig machenden Effekten und fantastischen Soundtracks. Dieser erstklassige Marble-Shooter-Hit lässt Ihnen keine Zeit zum Atmen - dieses Spiel wird Sie immer wieder aufs neue fordern und Ihren Shooter zum Glühen bringen.

Hauptmerkmale:

  • 65 Level mit nagelneuem, schnellem und furiosem LUXOR
  • 7 interaktive Soundtracks
  • 21 Power-Ups und 3 Super-Power-Ups, die Ihren Shooter verbessern
  • 4 Spielmodi
  • Freischaltbare Geheim- und Bonuslevel
  • 33 Errungenschaften

Systemanforderungen

    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Prozessor: 1 GHz
    • Arbeitsspeicher: 512 MB RAM
    • Grafikspeicher: 128MB
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Festplattenanforderung: 100 MB Festplattenspeicher
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Sehr positiv (139 Reviews)
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Alkali Ali
( 4.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 18. Juni
Bunt, bunter, am buntesten.
Marble Popper sind ja generell sehr farbenfroh, aber durch den Neonstil wirkt Luxor Evolved krass bunt und leider auch wirr und unübersichtlich. Dazu ist es ein recht flottes Spiel. Das zusammen macht die Eingewöhnung nicht grad einfach.
Ich empfehle für den Anfang den Casual Modus. Wer mehr Herausforderung möchte kann immer noch auf normal oder höher wechseln.
Geschossen wird nur vom unterem Bildschirm aus, da hat man aber die ganze Breite zum bewegen. Es gibt einen Zielassi den man on/off stellen kann in den Optionen, damit man sieht wohin die Kugel genau geht.
Wenn die Kugeln es ins Ziel schaffen, dann startet die Map nicht von vorne, sondern wird nur leicht zurück gesetzt. Im Casual Modus ist das auch alles, im Normalen Modus und höher verliert man ein "Leben". Also recht chillig.

Durch diverses Leveldesign, Bonilevel und Bosslevel behält es eine gute Abwechslung bei. Auch droppen PowerUps bei guten oder mehreren Kombis und man kann mächtige Schüsse aufladen mit denen sich auch mal die Map räumen lässt.
Die Boni selbst haben auch Stärkelevel die erhöht werden, je nach Punktzahl die man schafft. In allem ein gutes System um doch immernoch weiter zu machen.

Eine 100% bei den Errungenschaften ist sehr schwer. Da man auch die schweren Modi alle durch spielen muss und alle Boni max. leveln muss, was wirklich hohe Punktzahlen benötigt.
Ich hab für einmal durchspielen im Casual Modus 3,5h benötigt und dabei knapp die Hälfte der Errungenschaften freigeschalten.

Einen detaillierteren Einsteig bietet diese englischsprachige Übersicht:
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=351180022

Hab das Spiel aus dem aktuellen Mumbo Jumbo Mega Bundle von BundleStars. Und es war es wert. Gebe es 6/10 Punkten.

[Mochte Sparkle 2 doch mehr. Neon-Arcade Stil ist nicht mein Freund.]
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Salarn
( 0.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 28. Mai
https://youtu.be/3fKu6Rz2n5k

May have taken a few tries but the Luxor series of games finally get the formula just right to make it game worth recommending. At the core it's still the simple color matching puzzle game as always but the addition of bosses along with a vibrant audio and visual mix makes this version a highlight of the series.
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stray_pengo
( 25.9 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 7. April
A stunning arcade re-skin of the popular match-3/shmup mashup series with good production value. Now it looks like Tempest, sounds like Blade Runner, and plays like Galaga. Quite intense stuff, unlike anything you would usually associate with the brand.

It still banks on the 3 matches -> powerup mechanic, and there is only one play mode which is score attack through ~50 levels. While levels differ only in marching patterns of neon marbles, plenty of variety comes from whopping 25 kinds of powerups you gradually unlock.

It's mindless fun to pull off combo, pick them up and trigger spectacular vector-shatters and sound effects in bullet time, easily enough to hold interest for ~2 hours of one playthrough (which can be suspended/resumed anytime.) Regular powerups are instant RNG, but supers can be deployed at discretion, so some forward-thinking is called for as well.

Extra point for the dubstep music which ebbs and flows with the gameplay. Bonus stages, secret levels, and epic boss battles wrap up a lean and mean package.

4 difficulty settings with separate Steam leaderboards inject much-needed speed boost (if nothing else,) but I won't suggest serious score runs because of obvious balancing issues. Achievements are supported as well.

A bit thin on the content, nevertheless what's in there is a sublime arcade experience to zone out to. Highly recommended if vector is your kind of retro.
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Wedge
( 3.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 1. April
Sometime works, sometime not.
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Dante D. Auditore
( 0.6 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 7. März
This games combines best aspects of well known Luxor/Zuma games and Geometry Wars.. It's fast paced as GW, graphics is kind of similar... adrenalne rush since the first minute until the end. It has regular boss fights which are cool idea, new powerup, bonus levels where you are shooting unlimited powerup etc. Really good game, bets Luxor for sure.
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eandrewguzman
( 0.8 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 22. Februar
Good Arcade Graphics. Retro 80s Themed Luxor Game. Perfect.
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Rajnovich
( 29.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 6. Februar
Fun casual game. Buy it if you like this sort of bubble-popping game. It's eaten more than enough hours of my life to justify the purchase.
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AGsharpG
( 460.4 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 31. Dezember 2015
One of my favorite games. The action is straightforward 3-marble, but the graphics, sounds, and pace are just right. There are no frilly side goals and no cut scenes. Even the levelling up is done for you so you can get back to shooting those Tron-ish marbles without interruption. It's the only game of this sort that I've replayed many times.
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Poohl5
( 13.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 19. Dezember 2015
Zu schwer und es wird nich überprüft, ob man mit der aktuelen kugel was treffen kann.
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4.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18. Juni
Bunt, bunter, am buntesten.
Marble Popper sind ja generell sehr farbenfroh, aber durch den Neonstil wirkt Luxor Evolved krass bunt und leider auch wirr und unübersichtlich. Dazu ist es ein recht flottes Spiel. Das zusammen macht die Eingewöhnung nicht grad einfach.
Ich empfehle für den Anfang den Casual Modus. Wer mehr Herausforderung möchte kann immer noch auf normal oder höher wechseln.
Geschossen wird nur vom unterem Bildschirm aus, da hat man aber die ganze Breite zum bewegen. Es gibt einen Zielassi den man on/off stellen kann in den Optionen, damit man sieht wohin die Kugel genau geht.
Wenn die Kugeln es ins Ziel schaffen, dann startet die Map nicht von vorne, sondern wird nur leicht zurück gesetzt. Im Casual Modus ist das auch alles, im Normalen Modus und höher verliert man ein "Leben". Also recht chillig.

Durch diverses Leveldesign, Bonilevel und Bosslevel behält es eine gute Abwechslung bei. Auch droppen PowerUps bei guten oder mehreren Kombis und man kann mächtige Schüsse aufladen mit denen sich auch mal die Map räumen lässt.
Die Boni selbst haben auch Stärkelevel die erhöht werden, je nach Punktzahl die man schafft. In allem ein gutes System um doch immernoch weiter zu machen.

Eine 100% bei den Errungenschaften ist sehr schwer. Da man auch die schweren Modi alle durch spielen muss und alle Boni max. leveln muss, was wirklich hohe Punktzahlen benötigt.
Ich hab für einmal durchspielen im Casual Modus 3,5h benötigt und dabei knapp die Hälfte der Errungenschaften freigeschalten.

Einen detaillierteren Einsteig bietet diese englischsprachige Übersicht:
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=351180022

Hab das Spiel aus dem aktuellen Mumbo Jumbo Mega Bundle von BundleStars. Und es war es wert. Gebe es 6/10 Punkten.

[Mochte Sparkle 2 doch mehr. Neon-Arcade Stil ist nicht mein Freund.]
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13.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. Dezember 2015
Zu schwer und es wird nich überprüft, ob man mit der aktuelen kugel was treffen kann.
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13.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. März 2014
Luxor Evolved is a high-speed Luxor game presenting a successful combination of classic concept and a novel setting. Smooth control, well-balanced difficulty, gorgeous photoelectric effects and nice soundtrack provides me lots of fun. It took me around 3 hours to beat the whole game on normal difficulty when I first play it, which is just an appropriate length for me.

I'd like to promote this game to those who enjoy old school game and love to experience new gameplay. Through this game, you could gain both at the same time.

Fun to play!!!

Luxor Evolved
[8/10]
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36.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. November 2014
Luxor has always been one of my favorite match-3 games alongside many others; mostly played during my late childhood. This version of Luxor, after almost 10 years, takes the cake. Fast paced action, amazing soundtrack, and definitely more intense than its predecessors. Not only that, but you also have bonus levels within the game. (You'll have to find out what they are yourself, though.)
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3.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. November 2015
Holy cr*p this game. Trippy as f*ck. Fast, swift, fleeting. Shot at them coloured circles like a motherf*cker! Boom! Zap! Zing! Another explosion! Don't let 'em fill your pyramid, if you know what I mean. Holy sh*t this game. One of the best Luxor\Zuma games I've ever played. Maybe the best one.
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6.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10. November 2015
I played several games of the Luxor franchise and, I must say, this is looks more different than any of the other games. Luxor Evolved has bright, neon graphics with a very dark background whereas other Luxor games have been based on Egyptian architecture. This game appears to pay tribute to 1980s arcade classics such as Asteroids, Berserk, and Pac-Man.

The basics of the gameplay remain the same: you are a scarab at the bottom of the screen shooting spheres that correspond to the colors being pushed by the evil scarabs in an attempt to breach the pyramid. If they do breach the pyramid, you lose a life. What is different about breaching the pyramid from previous Luxor games is that the spheres will move back and you will have to shoot them down again. Previous Luxor games simple rushed the spheres into the pyramid upon breaching the pyramid. In Luxor Evolved the spheres will be rushed past you into the pyramid only after losing all your lives. Making three consecutive matches of spheres will throw up a powerup in the air that you must catch to gain some advantage such as reversing the horizontal movement of the spheres, turning a group of spheres into one color, or stopping the spheres temporarily to give you time to shoot them with less stress.

The neon lights are accompanied by a retro soundtrack. I think the soundtrack is not very diverse, but still entertaining enough to keep from being boring. As in previous Luxor games, you will find bonus items after destroying a scarab and your scarab gobbles it up in a Pac-Man like manner. There are bonus rounds that require you to take out spheres flying in patterns using your throwing knives. Secret levels are very interesting, but must be unlocked by collecting a fixed number of treasures, including fruits and coins. Survival levels test your ability to withstand several scarabs moving spheres toward the end of the pyramid within a set time. Another new type of level is the boss level. Boss fights require you to shoot spheres into the sphere chains circling the boss’ eye. In the meantime, the boss is attacking with rows of spheres below the aforementioned sphere chain. All of this action is occurring while listening to the techno soundtrack.

If you are a fan of Luxor games, you will be surprised by the dark background and neon colors presented by Luxor Evolved. However, you will be familiar with the chain reactions that look quite dazzling when a string of three or more spheres are eliminated. I found it quite entertaining to see secret levels showing a Pac-Man like maze and a Berserk inspired background. In my opinion, however, the Luxor games presenting Egyptian hieroglyphics were aesthetically better looking than Luxor Evolved. I first played this game in the Hard difficulty mode and I finished it after 8+ levels. It was unique and a laugh out loud (lol) moment to be able to continue shooting spheres when the closing credits were running. Scarabs were still moving rows of marbles when the game was over and the credits were running.

I think that Luxor Evolved is a fun game for those who enjoy arcade classics that have been remade in modern times. It is a game that will be entertaining for a few hours, but I do not view it as a puzzle game with a high replay value.

My Score: 7/10


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25.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 7. April
A stunning arcade re-skin of the popular match-3/shmup mashup series with good production value. Now it looks like Tempest, sounds like Blade Runner, and plays like Galaga. Quite intense stuff, unlike anything you would usually associate with the brand.

It still banks on the 3 matches -> powerup mechanic, and there is only one play mode which is score attack through ~50 levels. While levels differ only in marching patterns of neon marbles, plenty of variety comes from whopping 25 kinds of powerups you gradually unlock.

It's mindless fun to pull off combo, pick them up and trigger spectacular vector-shatters and sound effects in bullet time, easily enough to hold interest for ~2 hours of one playthrough (which can be suspended/resumed anytime.) Regular powerups are instant RNG, but supers can be deployed at discretion, so some forward-thinking is called for as well.

Extra point for the dubstep music which ebbs and flows with the gameplay. Bonus stages, secret levels, and epic boss battles wrap up a lean and mean package.

4 difficulty settings with separate Steam leaderboards inject much-needed speed boost (if nothing else,) but I won't suggest serious score runs because of obvious balancing issues. Achievements are supported as well.

A bit thin on the content, nevertheless what's in there is a sublime arcade experience to zone out to. Highly recommended if vector is your kind of retro.
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8.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. Dezember 2014
Quis fazer logo essa avaliação antes que acabem as promoções e evitar que alguém perca esse jogão hehehe. Eu sou fã de puzzles e matches 3, então já joguei outras versões do Luxor nos consoles no passado, sempre gostei do título. Comprei este aqui na Steam porque estava em promoção e era o único que eu tinha visto com suporte para controle. Este é um daqueles casos de jogos que passam despercebido por nós por acharmos que ele é apenas mais um na multidão, mas Luxor Envolved trouxe de volta o prazer de jogar Luxor, como se nunca antes tivesse jogado. O jogo é visualmente empolgante, tem vários tipos de power-ups desbloqueáveis e o mais legal: Bosses. Isso mesmo, ao fim de cada estágio, um boss aparecerá com um quebra-cabeça diferente para você resolver e vencê-lo. Achei essa adição ao jogo fantástica e tudo a ver com o visual futurista e si-fi. É um jogo que jogarei por muitas horas ainda, com certeza. Valeu cada centavo.
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2.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. September 2014
I'm not sure how or why this exists but it exists. Luxor has always been towards the runty end of casual, what with taking the least interesting bits from Breakout and Puzzloop and not even really trying to do anything vaguely interesting with anything it does take from. It always, always felt like a bit of a "yeah, I want a marble blaster but totally not Zuma honest guv" thing.

And yet here we are with a vector reimagining of the game, somewhere in the region of Dark Castle Software or Sokurah's house styles and very, very pretty it is too. Yeah, I'm easy and I'm easily sold on things which glow. I can't say I actually imagined for a second it'd be any good but it is good and I'm not sure I know how to parse that. Sure, it's easy. it's tremendously easy and the difficulty curve is pretty much close to non existent but it's satisfying so that's OK, I think.

It is, still, Luxor at its heart. You have a bat that you move across the bottom of the screen to fire the appropriate coloured marble at the marble snake thing that makes its way down the screen. But I dunno, whilst the formula remains the same, the stark neon glow, the great sound effects, the classic arcade bonus rooms, it's like someone really took the time to try and make it work as best they good and then make it pretty too.

I like it. I like it a lot and it surprised me. It's perhaps trying too hard to straddle the casual divide but who cares when you've got neon exploding marbles all over the shop? Did I mention the bonus stages are great btw? The bonus stages are great.
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1.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16. Februar 2015
Take the old Luxor games. Remove everything related to Ancient Egypt. Add lots of LED lights so it looks like Sci-Fi. Add Electronic music close to dubstyle. = Luxor Evolved.

Luxor Evolved looks a lot different then the other games carrying the same name but at it's core it's still the same game with lots of casual fun.
There are some differences in this version of Luxor though; There are survival missions, bonus missions and even boss fights!
For the people who don't know: Luxor is about shooting the right colour 'balls' at the right same colours in the 'snake', if there are 3 or more colours they will get destroyed. If not, you lose.

I recommend Luxor:Evolved to any casual game lover!



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