Puzzle game. In this Arabian-themed adventure, the only things standing between Prince Tallis and his love, Princess Sadira, are the 78 levels and 26 rooms of The Sultan's Labyrinth. Sadira's father Sultan Bahar has decreed that if Tallis can pass through the maze by solving all of the puzzles and challenges inside, he will earn the right to marry Sadira and become the next Sultan. One of the puzzles in each room is always an Azada-style brainteaser where you have to figure out how to get the door open to enter the next room by manipulating various objects on the screen, including picking items up and using them on other objects. You can feel the whole atmosphere of the Arabian world and secrets of a Sultans family.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
There is a great atmosphere inside the game. It consists of different east things such as castles, labyrinths and sweeties. The graphics and music in The Sultan's Labyrinth are well done, but the game suffers some pacing issues caused by the fact that some of the puzzles are far too easy and can be conquered in a matter of seconds, while others get tedious after a while, and still others are ridiculously difficult. Objects repeat themselves fairly often, but more or less keep in the context of the Aladdin-esque theme. The rest of the challenges are a collection of mini-games and hidden object-based puzzles. The remaining three mini-games consist of a card-matching memory game, a tangram/mosaic style puzzle and a challenge one. The tricky part here is that objects aren't always shown at the same angle or size as their silhouette, which adds another layer of challenge. All in all the game is worth to play in it.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
· Variety of Unique Challenges
· Pleasant Graphics and Sounds
· Romantic Story
· Imprecise hints
Windows 98/2000/Me/XP/2003/Vista,Processor: PII 450 MHz,DirectX 8.1,128 MB RAM,Free hard drive space: 55 MB,AGP,Sound Card
The Sultans. Labyrint, The Sultans Labyritnh, The Sutlan's Labirinth.