Summary: I really wanted a game that was like Bejeweled and so got this game. It would never start in my Wii. I took it to my son's house and it would never load in his Wii either so I had to send it back.
Summary: If you love puzzle and strategy games like Bejewled - Tetris - then this game is a must have for the Wii. Even my young nephews play this game it is colorfull and well done as well as challenging.
Summary: The game is amuzing although because I have played it online a few times I had found it quite easy. There are some things that are more entertaining than the PC version of Luxor (such as the fact you have a pointer) and somethings that are more difficult (which I can pinpoint.) I would recommend the game to people of all ages.
Summary: As a Zuma addict and JT's Blocks fan, this definitely fits in. Compared to Zuma, you have to shoot balls from the bottom rather than the center, and this can be problematic in many of the scenes, but it's an enjoyable challenge. Scoring is also clearer on Zuma, and much more fair as you automatically receive your bonuses, rather than having to catch them as is done in Luxor, including bonus balls.
Summary: I had this game on PC, Nintendo and now on the Wii. I find it very relaxing and it is something my whole family can enjoy. I find that the controls on the wii can make the graphics on the game a bit shaky at times, that was the only thing I found annoying. The graphics and colors are good. On the down side you are not able to name your profiles so you just have to remember how far you have gotten in the game if you are playing with another person in your house.
Summary: Luxor for the Wii is fun. End of review. Well....okay, maybe a few more thoughts. I did own Luxor 1 & 2 for my Mac before I got this for the Wii, in fact, owning it for my computer is most likely the reason I bought it for my Wii. Computer games are cool enough but I just can't get into playing games with my keyboard or mouse so the Wii version was much better as far as controlling game play goes.