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Submitted by meepmoopmeep 2034d ago | review

MacLife Review: Luxor

MacLife writes: "Some of the App Store's 12,000-plus games are new ideas conceived expressly for this new platform, while others are retreads of more familiar fare. Overnostalgic for the Neon '90s, we were excited to play two recent remakes of classic puzzle games.

Combining elements from Zuma and Breakout, Luxor has you firing your own colored balls at advancing chains of other colored balls. You're trying to remove balls from the chain by matching three or more of the same color. The chains move along tracks that twist and turn and double over each other, so you can't always get a clear shot. And if you don't clear them fast enough, they reach the end of the track--and you lose." (Mobile) 4/5

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