Luxor: 5th Passage

  • Fast-paced gameplay
  • Exciting Adventure
  • Blow up the spheres!
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 1.6 GHz
  • Memory : 256
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 78

Review for game Luxor: 5th Passage

Get ready to wield your winged-scarab shooter in Luxor: 5th Passage, an exciting and fantastic Marble Popper game! Fire colored balls into the advancing chain of colored spheres to eliminate them before they destroy the pyramids. Earn incredible achievements as you collect falling treasures and eliminate the incoming marbles. Use awesome power-ups to blast your way through every level and save Egypt!

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Genre : Arcade & Action

Test your hand and eye skills with quick action and challenging levels.

Date release

November 20, 2010

Game Rank

1341 points

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A Bit Of A Disappointment
February 15, 2012

Not as good as Luxor 3 or 4. Looks stunning, music dramatic but not annoying. Four difficulty levels (didn't try the insane level). Lots of powerups but some bugs in the program. Trophies to collect which is good. Different modes (story, blast etc). While I enjoyed my free hour this isn't one to buy.

Best Luxor Game Out There!
May 11, 2012

This was one of the best Luxor games. I will cerainly be buying this. Good Parts: Graphics The fireball explosion after clearing 3 Sure,some of the best powerups from the old games are gone, but they have been replaced with even better powerups!! Different difficulty levels and modes OK Parts: The achievements thing took away some of the classic feeling of the game, but it was stll a good feature Bad Parts: The Bonus Levels. I did not get the point of those at all. The levels were finished a bit to quickly. I got up to level 3.2 in just 27 minutes. Apart from these very small flaws, this game is definitley worth buying. I don't hesitate to reccomend it.

February 13, 2012

I love this game and own this game But But But "What's Wrong with the Fountain""it starts ::::: Down come the balls and I can go away and make a coffee for the Hubby and when I Come Back to the game the balls are only half way down the fountain. I can carry on the game sloowwley because the balls are too slow meeting up with the others

Great Match Three Game!
February 10, 2013

This is an excellent match three game in all respects. I am playing it on the easy mode the first time and it is still challenging enough! I like the fact that the game offers four difficulty levels. I think this game is suitable for anyone who likes match 3 games however it may be too fast paced for some match three players.

I didn't know how they could improve on the best, but they did!
August 17, 2012

Very engaging live action play with a compelling story line. All kinds of new worlds. This one keeps you guessing,

just for fun during breaktime
November 8, 2013

that this game will provide learning to all users that for every game theres a result for excitement that this game fit to all ages

Liked it
November 23, 2011

Liked it but not as good as luxor 3 and 4!

Not quite up to other ones in the series.
November 20, 2011

Pros: Variety of game difficulty, minigames, revisitation of parts of previous Luxor games Cons: Game design Luxor 5th Passage features nice graphics and relatively smooth gameplay (more on that later) but still manages to fall flat when compared to some of the others in the series. Some of the good features like being able to pick your difficulty level are back (and players can change the difficulty per board if they choose), as well as the blade shooter bonus round from Luxor 2 and the super cute Luxor 2 scarabs. If you don't have much time, you can get a quick fix by playing in Blast Mode, which is a 2 minute survival test. There is also Player's Choice mode, which features boards from Luxor 2 and Luxor 3 which you may just love to hate, as many of the boards chosen are the ones that proved to be a serious challenge in those games. The graphics are on the same level as Luxor 2, and there is an assortment of trophies to earn to keep players coming back. Why does this game miss the mark? The programming appears to have been rushed and there are several flaws inherent to the game itself which are not caused by Big Fish or any other portals which feature this game. The latest powerup touted in 5th Passage doesn't work, for instance, and this has been reported by players at multiple game sites. To put it shortly, lots of bugs, and I'm not talking about the scarabs.

This is so fun!
January 18, 2012

This is a good Luxor game... it has kept me entertained for hours on end. It looks so shiny, sounds so clear. I like the levels that become challenging later on, especially on Hard mode. What I disliked about this game: The game should have started on 4 lives (easy), 3 lives (medium), or 2 lives (hard and expert). Other than that, I love it!

very enjoying and much fun
September 10, 2013

I have so much fun playing the zuma game, and my children play daily

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