Before talking about Ankh however, a massive round of applause to Heart of Osiris’s copy protection; a code-breaking set of concentric cardboard rings which - if used correctly - win you an essential item in the game. Essential to passing the first chapter, anyway. It’s a fitting retro throwback, and instantly warms you to the game. If you’ve played the first game, there’re plenty of recognizable faces to draw you back into the world of conniving Egyptian gods.
Ankh: Heart of Osiris [import] review
We clicked a Sphinx and its nose fell off
Good puzzles and story
Treading old ground
Breaking no new ground
Clicking sometimes misses
Some not obvious puzzles
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|Description||How can you not have fun in ancient Egypt when clicking a Sphinx makes its nose fall off?|
|US censor rating||""|
|UK censor rating||"12+"|
|Release date||1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)|
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