Summary: This was a great game to play. Even though it actually doesn't differ much from Cradle of Rome. The levels however got slightly more difficult and a few were very hard to finish. Best thing to do in my humble opinion is to reload the power up of the level and keep it, while destroying the last tile.This gives you three or even more power ups to end that darn very difficult level. The power ups are random in each level.
Summary: Very fun and addicting game, BUT.... the high points needed to finish the game within 100 levels is frustrating. I'm really good at these games, but I played this through three times and STILL could not finish the last level. I tried replaying through the levels with the intention to just acquire more points, rather than working to finish them, and it was just too tedious.
Summary: DISCLAIMER: I only played the free trial. I didn't think I'd see a game as good as 7 Wonders: Magic Mystery Tour so soon, and I was right. Cradle of Egypt isn't as good as 7 Wonders, but it comes pretty darn close. As with the the previous Cradle games, the graphics are great, maybe even better that the others. This game offers both a timed and untimed level, a real plus when it comes to replay value.
Summary: I like the Cradle series, and Egypt is better than the rest. I played the 100 levels, although I did not 'win' or completely finish. I was offered to replay the last 20 levels, although after several attempts I guess I will have to completely restart with a new profile. This is a bit discouraging, but the game is great so I may put up with the replay. Good fun mini games, enjoyable music, variation and nice pace - some challenging levels and some easy ones.