The much anticipated sequel to the #1 casual game of 2005, LUXOR 2 HD has been re-imagined and sets the new standard for action-puzzlers with dazzling new HD graphics & effects. Luxor 2 HD still offers the addictive and easy-to-learn, yet difficult to master game play which made the award-winning Luxor franchise such a smash hit, while...
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Release Date: May 13, 2013
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The much anticipated sequel to the #1 casual game of 2005, LUXOR 2 HD has been re-imagined and sets the new standard for action-puzzlers with dazzling new HD graphics & effects.

Luxor 2 HD still offers the addictive and easy-to-learn, yet difficult to master game play which made the award-winning Luxor franchise such a smash hit, while taking the game to a completely new level.

Luxor 2 HD takes you on a beautiful voyage through the land of ancient Egypt. Play 88, gorgeously rendered levels in brilliant, widescreen HD graphics set amongst the pyramids and temples of ancient Egypt. Use your mystical winged scarab to shoot and destroy the approaching magical spheres before they reach the pyramids at the end of their path. And to help you shoot down those enemy spheres, Luxor 2 HD features more explosive power-ups than ever before.

Key Game Features

  • 88 explosively challenging levels with 26 re-mastered HD Widescreen Backgrounds
  • Spectacular new Visual Effects throughout
  • Four invigorating levels of difficulty, including the expert level that unlocks the mind-blowing Challenge of Horus
  • Over 80 statistics and badges, plus bonus rounds at the end of each stage
  • Ranking system to let players work their way from Farm Hand to Pharaoh
  • Three stimulating modes of play, including the Survival and Practice modes
  • 13 explosive and unique power-ups, including the Color Cloud, Net, Dagger and Lightning Storm, to help destroy the oncoming enemy spheres
  • 13 intense and rewarding bonus rounds at the end of each stage in the game

System Requirements

    Minimum:

    • OS:Windows Vista, XP, 7
    • Processor:1.8 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • DirectX®:9.0
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
15.5 hrs on record
Posted: April 21
Enjoying this so far. Not too difficult plus great for when you want to just do something that doesn't require a lot of brain power :)
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 28
Luxor. Part 2. Still a good one, just looks much better. Best in style. 9/10
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
2.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 6, 2013
A great addictive little casual game to spend hours upon hours on it is totally worth it even at full price you won't be let down! :)
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
2.9 hrs on record
Posted: July 10, 2014
I don't know which one came first. Luxor or Zuma... but they're essentially the same game with a slightly different theme. Zuma focuses on an inca/aztec style while Luxor focuses on ancient Egypt.

They're not 100% clones of each other, and neither one was terribly original to begin with. Basically, a stream of colored balls come rolling along a path and you have to launch other colored balls so that when 3 or more of the same color are side by side, they disappear.

Zuma occasionally makes a ball glow to signify that it contains a powerup, and luxor makes any 3 consecutive matches give a random power up. Some of the power ups are very much the same (notably the one that gives you a laser sight to show you where the ball will wind up) and some are way different, such as the dagger powerup which allows you to eliminate single balls with each shot.

It's fun enough to play for 10-30 minutes at a time but after that it starts wearing thin. There just isn't enough progression through the game to make it feel like you're doing anything other than clearing a level (set number of waves? Predermined score? I have no idea).

I think the edge in this case goes to Zuma Deluxe by PopCap. It just has more character to it and some occasional humor. This game is much more dry by comparison. They're both still fun (in small doses) though.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
12.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 11
\0/ Mindless ball tossing and colors, what more can you ask for on a brain dead night.
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