Adventure. Ankh: Reverse the Curse invites players to set out for unforgettable adventure full of challenging puzzles and original characters. Be ready to communicate with odd personages like a gangster ferryboat sailor, a tailor with the eyesight of Mr. Magoo, an overweight guard and more. You should pick up all items you can since they all can be useful in solving puzzles. Puzzles are solved by combining collected object into necessary gadgets. Majority of the item combos are reasonable, so it won’t take long to join them in right way. For example camel hair with a bristle less brush to clean up an idol; turn a crocodile skull, some teeth, and a handbag into a mask to freak out the guards at the pharaoh's palace; whip up a cocktail with wine, bananas, and a paper umbrella; take out a rotting beam with a jar of termites; and so on. If you ever get stuck, you can randomly click on items in your inventory until something is combined.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
Ankh: Reverse the Curse is the amusing game that has charismatic appearance and sound system. Graphics is cartoonish; characters are just lovely – with huge deep eyes, big heads; as for locations they are designed in Egyptian style with Sphinx, pyramids and so on. Audio system consists of a set of catchy Middle Eastern motives and great amount of dialogues, spoken in popular emphatic style, common to kiddies’ cartoons. But the most attractive feature is good portion of humor emphasized by musical score; you surely will laugh at the automatic camel wash, the hippie Israelites, debauched pharaoh and much more.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Teen
Extras and features:
· Original Cartoonish Graphics
· Good Portion of Humor
· Exciting Storyline
· Tons of Eccentric Characters
· Cinematic Cut-scenes
· Straightforward Puzzles – pick up and combine objects
Windows 2000/XP/7,Processor: 1.5 GHz,DirectX 9.0c,256 MB RAM,Free hard drive space: 400 MB,nVidida Ge Force 64MB VRAM
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