Curse of the Pharaoh: The Quest for Nefertiti

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  • Several mini-games to play.
  • Beautiful Egyptian theme.
  • Solve mind-bending puzzles.
  • Play Curse of the Pharaoh: Napoleon's Secret
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 512
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 58

Review for game: Curse of the Pharaoh: The Quest for Nefertiti

Curse of the Pharaoh: The Quest for Nefertiti is a unique adventure game containing a perfect balance of mind-bending puzzles and classic Hidden Object game play. Mainly set in Egypt of the 1930's, Curse of the Pharaoh provides a compelling ancient Egypt themed experience which combines exciting storytelling and incredibly exciting game play. Mini-games deepen the adventure while point-and-click puzzles raise the excitement.



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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

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USD 6.99 0 from 1 sellers In stock
Ages: 3 YEARS & UP

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A unique adventure game containing a perfect balance of mind-bending puzzles and classic Hidden Object game play.


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Curse of the Pharaoh Trilogy - Part II - Solid, Good Quality Game

Deserving 5 Stars.A crazed brother deeply affected by an Egyptian curse. Egyptian artifacts, settings, great music, well lit hidden objects all contribute to the depth of this well-researched game. The story line continued from Napoleon's Secrets which I call Part I and then Part III--Tears of Sekhmet. Other fun stuff going on such as finding coins to make store purchases, using tools in scenes and clicking on "Wipi" who pops in at the screen edge, for extra hints. It's a shame these really fun games fell through the cracks of being really great games. BFG could sell these as a combo pack as I purchased separately during their awesome Sale but would not have otherwise. Thanks BFG

Curse of the Pharaoh : The Quest for Nefertiti

This was about the 3rd game I ever bought in 2008 and still play it. It's kind of difficult to describe but it's sort of an Interactive Spot the Difference Puzzle Adventure with a few HO's. In each chapter, you play between a number of scenes spotting the differences (and collecting coins). In each scene you get an inventory item and you have to find where to put it. It could be in the scene you found it in or one of the others. When you've completed those scenes, you unlock a secret room where you have to find a handful of hidden objects by shadow. You also need to find the fragments of a pharoahs mask. At the end of each chapter, you then unlock a final secret room with the mask and use the objects you've just found to complete a puzzle. Don't be put off by the too much handholding first chapter as it's just learning you the ropes. Absolutely brilliant game and I can't recommend it enough.

I did have to start over once but

that's sort of what it's all about, sometimes you win, sometimes you don't. but i was having so much fun, i didn't mind starting over. AND there is a walk thru so if you are kind of new, you have a life line! like i have said before, after playing one of the games, i had to play the other 2! i will play this one again.

curse of the pharaoh the quest for nefertiti

i loved this game and it was excellent good story line plenty of mini games to play .i have played it through twice now and never get bored with it.

Pharaonic Fun

A relatively short game with lots of spot-the-difference scenes, as well as puzzles that close out each chapter that are easy to moderate in difficulty . . . The story line is interesting, & is continued in the next two games of the current trilogy . . . I wasn't too impressed with the graphics, which I think contributes to making some of the differences to find in some scenes an extra challenge . . . This is mitigated by the game giving you a hint with a little sparkle near the difference, though, in the easy mode of play . . . Wipi, the little companion, is always on hand to give some help . . . ! With the option of either easy or difficult modes, this is a very fun game . . .

Curse of the Pharaoh: The Quest for Nefertiti

Curse of the Pharaoh games are some of the most entertaining hidden object-spot the difference games out there. Each scene has 3 coins to collect which can be used to purchase helpful items such as a double cursor, hammer, mirror, flashlight, oxygen tank and even an extra hint. Wipi will pop out occasionally and if you catch him he will give you an extra hint as well. Each scene has an item to collect that will be used to repair an item in the scene and you collect pieces of a mask as well as various puzzle pieces. At the end of each level you will use those puzzle pieces to play a mini game before moving on to the next level. If you are like me and love Egyptian themed games, this is a must try game, enjoy!

a good hidden object game

fun to play HAD LOTS OF OBJECT'S TO FIND

Enjoyable entertainment!!!

Where was THIS game hiding??? I am loving it.... has variable gameplay and nice graphics. I enjoy variation so the find the difference puzzles and ALL the puzzles mix with adventure are SO MUCH FUN. Even though it apparently was released some time ago, it's more fun than I've had with any DEMO in ages. Off to buy!! YAY! Oh happy day.

buy it on sale

I purchased this game as well as the next two in the story. It's a good game, relaxing, easy-to-see object hunts, but it has it's faults. First, this game froze on me twice while playing. I had to shut down the game and go back in. I did not lose my place in the story, but it was annoying to suddenly have it lock up. This problem was corrected in the next consecutive games, so you can continue the story without interruption. I purchased all three during one of Felix's specials, so I feel I got what I paid for.

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