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.
Summary: if you like zuma and you are addicted to it like i am you will love luxor. great price! i'll have to tell you amazon has the best prices. what keeps me coming back is the price and also the free shipping!
Summary: Out of all the kinds of video games on the market, the most addictive kinds is puzzle games. Nintendo haas really shined brightly in that category well with the Wii. With great games like Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree, and classics you could download for the system like system like Tetris and...
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.
Too easy for those who have played Luxor on the PC
Quoad Toad, Amazon
7 May 2008
Summary: This version of Luxor is essentially the same as the computer version. Having played and loved the computer version, I decided to buy Luxor for the Wii. I had read that it was the same as the PC, but I purchased it anyway. I had fun while playing this game, but the fun was short lived.
Summary: Luxor for the Wii is an alright game. I'm having a hard time getting super-enthused to play it, but at the same time I don't hate it. If you've played Zuma on the PC before, then you basically know what you're getting.
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.