In an all-new, completely revamped LUXOR Evolved, the chains are faster, the power-ups more awesome, the shooters more stealthy. In this retro-styled arcade shooter, you’ll experience a faster, more intense LUXOR, unlike any you’ve seen before.
User reviews: Very Positive (116 reviews)
Release Date: Mar 1, 2012
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Includes 8 items: Luxor, Luxor 2, Luxor 3, Luxor Amun Rising, Luxor Evolved, Luxor: 5th Passage, LUXOR: Mah Jong, Luxor: Quest for the Afterlife

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Includes 23 items: 7 Wonders II, 7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven, Chainz 2: Relinked, Discovery! A Seek and Find Adventure, Glowfish, Little Farm, Luxor, Luxor 2, Luxor 3, Luxor Amun Rising, Luxor Evolved, Luxor: 5th Passage, LUXOR: Mah Jong, Luxor: Quest for the Afterlife , Midnight Mysteries, Midnight Mysteries 3: Devil on the Mississippi, Midnight Mysteries 4: Haunted Houdini, Midnight Mysteries: Salem Witch Trials, Pickers, Reaxxion, Samantha Swift and the Golden Touch, Samantha Swift and the Hidden Roses of Athena, Zombie Bowl-o-Rama

 

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In an all-new, completely revamped LUXOR Evolved, the chains are faster, the power-ups more awesome, the shooters more stealthy. In this retro-styled arcade shooter, you’ll experience a faster, more intense LUXOR, unlike any you’ve seen before.

Revisiting the arcade classics, LUXOR Evolved is action packed with 65 unique levels, addicting effects and sound tracks. This number one marble shooter game has tons to keep the challenges coming and your shooter firing.

Key Features:

  • 65 levels of all-new fast and furious LUXOR
  • 7 Interactive Sound Tracks
  • 21 power-ups and 3 super power-ups that upgrade your Shooter
  • 4 Game modes
  • Unlockable secret levels and bonus levels
  • 33 Achievements

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processor: 1 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 128MB
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB HD space
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
1.8 hrs on record
Posted: February 16
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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15 of 17 people (88%) found this review helpful
13.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 26, 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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11 of 11 people (100%) found this review helpful
34.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 20, 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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10 of 13 people (77%) found this review helpful
8.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 28, 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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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.7 hrs on record
Posted: September 29, 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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