For puzzle enthusiasts
Luxor Mahjong basically sets you up with solving a series of 'Mahjong' puzzles.
If you're not familiar with mahjong (like I was before I began), basically gameplay involves clicking on two familiar looking tiles. You need to keep selecting the same looking tiles until you find two golden ones. After selecting the two gold ones, you will win the level and proceed with the next. The complicated aspect of this is that you can't select tiles which are underneath or blocked off by tiles to the left and right (so you need to clear the other tiles first). To assist you there are a few red tiles which allows you to manipulate the game a bit such as changing position of two tiles or showing you available combinations for a limited amount of time. The aim is to reach the two gold tiles with as little moves as possible as the remaining tiles will get added to your score.
There is an egyptian sound track that makes you feel like you were in that ancient setting. There is no story or voice acting though, which isn't a bad thing because this game is just about puzzles.
If you love puzzles (especially mahjong) then you should pick this game up, else you should stay away.