Summary: This match 3 marble popper is put out by MumboJumbo and you can't trust that their games will download into your computer. It was listed that it would download into Windows 7, which I have 3 of, but I could only get it to download into my Asus laptop. It would not download into my two desktops, which was a great disappointment. It kept popping up an assertion error box, which I haven't been able to figure out how to fix.
Summary: This game will keep you playing for a lot longer than you think. Lots of levels, puzzles and the occasional seemingly unbeatable problem will keep you coming back for more. Play action is very good with lots of selectable options and a good selection of game modes. A help button would be handy, but that's just me.
Summary: Husband said he didn't need it, lost it from his last computer. I purchased it against his wishes, and the more he plays, the more often he plays. There are only 3 games he'll play, and this one is one of them.
Summary: Luxor 3 is much easier to play than Luxor 2. For one thing you don't have to play a whole level over and over to advance to the next level. You just keep playing until you get it right. You never have to worry about how many lives you have left. This is a great improvement over Luxor 2. I'd reccommend it to anyone who wants a challenge, but not one that makes you tear out your hair!
Summary: I am editing my previous review of Luxor 3. What a whiner I was...let me tell you, it is the only game (outside of Rainforest Adventure) that I play darn-near nightly! I've replayed medium, hard and insane multiple times and when I'm through with this review, will go and play some more. I love that you can challenge yourself with the Insane play, and trust me, it can drive you insane, but well worth the time.