Summary: Conspiracy, the developer behind this game, had pretty much shamed the entire industry by re-skinning 4 or 5 of the same game and releasing them as if they were different. Anubis II, however, actually has some more differences to it than just the graphics. Anubis II actually has completely different level designs, with the exception of the intro level, and there's actually more than 4 levels this time around!
Best game made by the human being of the last 99999999 years
30 December 2010
Summary: Best game ever Best game ever best game ever best game ever i could be willing to sell everything that i have to get this masterpiece and ps: everyone who hates this is a Bad born homosapiens,you couldnt make a better game.
Summary: Unresponsive controls and crappy coding mean that from the very beginning every step is an impossible thread-the-needle move. Attempting to play this game is slightly less enjoyable than cleaning a chalkboard with your tongue. Total garbage.
Summary: Anubis II has a budget price for a reason. This is above all the worst game to see the light of day for the Wii yet, thanks to it's unresponsive controls, ugly visuals, boring gameplay, and a grating soundtrack all combine to help Anubis II claim the aforementioned title. You play as the savior of ancient Egypt, or something, in what would otherwise be called a platformer.
Summary: This game was on sale ($9.99) and looked very interesting. My sons love all things Egyptian especially mummies, scorpions and anything else with a high creep factor. After looking it over, I thought this game would be a steal. After playing the game a couple of times, it was easy to figure out why it was so cheap. The controls are horrible! It was frustrating for all of us to maneuver Anubis around. As for the actual game - it got tired quick.
Marshall Carter "Ornery Gamer, Fiend Club Member", Amazon
27 January 2009
Summary: Of the Wii games I've played to date, Anubis II is locked in as the 2nd-worst game on the platform (to date). The only reason it isn't the worst is due to another Conspiracy Entertainment-published (and Data Design-developed) nightmare titled Ninjabread Man, truly one of the worst games ever published on any platform (which incidentally is nearly a carbon copy of this game, same engine, same music, same godawful controls, you get the picture).
Summary: Despite the fact we own about 18 Wii titles and 90 Gamecube game titles, this game is the only one that will not play on 480p mode on our HDTV. All the other games work, this one you get a scrambled HD signal. We contacted the developer and the game and never received a response. If I were a retailer I would steer clear of selling products from this game developer!