Join our Discord to chat with fellow friendly gamers and our knowledgeable contributors!

antstream

User Reviews

There are no reviews for this game.


Our Users Say



Critic Reviews

MobyRanks are listed below. You can read here for more information about MobyRank.
86
It’s a real shame that I can’t recommend this game for Christians to play. Others will probably enjoy the colorful bright and colorful cartoon graphics, Egyptian themed music and the casual strategy game play. The $7 price tags is reasonable, but please pray and think twice before buying it.
80
GameZebo (Aug 07, 2011)
Still, the worst that can be said about Fate of the Pharaoh is that it gets a little repetitive if played in long sessions. Overall, the game seems to be designed for coffee break play, since each level can be finished quickly. Much of the game’s challenge comes down to figuring out how to finish a level within its allotted time. Fans of city-building games of any sort should probably take a look at Fate of the Pharaoh, which serves up very solid gameplay and an amusingly whimsical story.
80
Indie Game Reviewer (Aug 19, 2011)
I think that might be the right niche here; a solid game you can get the kids (8+ maybe) to sit down and have fun, with the advantage that they’ll be learning a bit about management and economy. Sure, it’s a very small bit, but it’s a start.
60
GamingLives (Feb 26, 2012)
Fate of the Pharaoh is a fun and colourful Egyptian themed strategy game, with bite-sized levels and a great deal of micro-management. The fact that it doesn't come with a manual won't be an issue, as it remains relatively simple to handle, easing the player into the game so gently that one isn't necessary - definitely a first for its genre (whose games usually come with inch-thick tomes and levels that devour huge chunks of your life).
Fate of the Pharaoh is gentle and easy to play; the perfect strategy/management title for the casual market, while genre veterans and those seeking more of a challenge should probably stick to the classic 'Pharaoh'.
 
eTeknix (Sep 25, 2011)
In any case, Fate of the Pharaoh isn’t what you’d call a mainstream game, and probably not one for game enthusiasts – more so for the casual gamer that likes to sit back once in a while and have a quick go of something to relax. With the system requirements being so low, this game will happily install on laptops and notebooks. This could be the perfect little game to take out and about with you if on a long journey. Final things to note is that there’s no multiplayer to this game. As frankly I don’t see a way of incorporating it anyway. Then there’s the replay factor. Near on nil. I don’t see myself playing through it again. Quick Loading, Easy to grasp and plenty of levels to keep you going for a while. Just don’t be fooled, this game is not like the game by Sierra, Pharaoh.


antstream