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Úrovně hry jsou většinou velmi zajímavé, každá má své výhody a úskalí, ale vždy na vás bude dýchat atmosféra starověkého Egypta. A není to jenom díky úchvatné grafice, ale nemalý podíl na tom má i zvuková stránka hry. Vše je perfektně ozvučeno, nepotkáte žádné hluché místo. Jediné co bych v tomto ohledu vytkl je hudba. Je velice charakteristická pro egyptskou kulturu a dokresluje tu pravou atmosféru, přesto se mi některé části skladeb nelíbily. Co tady dnes máme? Arkádovou a silně návykovou hru s originálním námětem. Jedinou pihou na pěkné tváři je její shareware původ, přesto se budete královsky bavit!
Luxor is the kind of game that you can noodle with for hours between meetings, at lunch, or with the iBook or PowerBook in your lap resting in the living room.
The trappings surrounding Luxor HD – graphics, sounds, etc – are all well done and as thematically sound as they can be in a game about firing colored marbles at other colored marbles. There are achievements in the game, but oddly there is no integration with Gamecenter or any similar service. This is a very bland PC port given only the slightest upgrade for a touch interface, and things like Gamecenter have become the defacto standard for all games released today.
iPhoneApp Spy
Arcade collectors will have a hard time deciding what marble-popper they'll purchase for their iPhones, but you wouldn't be disappointed with LUXOR. It's production value is strong and the gameplay covers everything you could want from the sub-genre; worth checking out.
MacintoshInside Mac Games (IMG)
If you are a big fan of very simple puzzlers like Bejeweled, Luxor might have a place on your hard drive. But there is little that is left to the imagination with Luxor, other than why it costs $20. With other more interesting and creative puzzle games available as shareware on the internet, you'll really have to like mystical balls and winged scarabs to make this game worthwhile.