Secret of Lost Pyramid
Developer: Noble Empire Limited
Current Version: 1.1
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 39.1 MB - Download
Ancient maya pyramid keeps its secrets. You have to help archaeologists to find the store treasures. To get there, you need to challenge ancient pyramid guards and win 41 jade stones fighting against them in the ancient card game.
★ Exciting and not complicated game play
★ Campaign with three episodes.
★ Full 3D graphic
★ Three different arenas
★ Ethnic soundtracks
★ Suitable for children
HOW TO PLAY
At the beginning of the game you and guard get some playing colored tiles with signs on it. Players one by one place tiles on the altar if player tile matches with current tile by color or by sign (except some special tiles). The winner is the one who first drops all his tiles.
Fixed bug with window resolution on displays less 1440x900.
More Reviews for Current Version
Like Uno, but not as good - Graphics are beautiful and nice background music. It is in deed very similar to Uno, but unfortunately only like Uno with four cards and missing the fun cards like (draw 4, … etc). That makes it extremly boring.
Mayan-themed Uno - The gameplay itself is exactly 2-player Uno. You have a collection of tiles, each with a pattern and a color. You take turns playing tiles that match either the pattern or color of the tile on the board. If you can't play you must draw one tile from your pile, and if you still can't play you must skip and your opponent gets a free play. When you (or your opponent) plays all of the tiles in your hand, the match is over. At the beginning it is just the basic color/pattern matching, but as the game progresses they introduce the other more interesting cards, I mean tiles: draw one, wild cards, skip turn, etc. Then it becomes, you know-- kinda exactly like Uno. Winning a match earns you a jade tile that goes onto a stone disk that you must fill up to open up the pyramid and gain treasures. It's okay. Kinda repetitive and there's almost no real strategy involved, it mostly just comes down to the luck of the draw. Kinda just like Uno. So basically if you like Uno you might like this. If not, you probably won't.
Souped-up Uno - Exactly what the other reviewer said - it's Uno. Has a nice visual theme but not much else - no real story line or puzzle element, just strictly a pretty version of Uno. My only real complaint is that the text at the beginning of the levels scrolls too quickly to read and disappears immediately - it should stay on the screen until the user clicks, so they can actually read it. Especially since the English is a little spotty, it takes a few extra seconds to read than it might otherwise. Additionally, in some levels the graphics (like plants) around the bottom corners of the screen cover up the tiles if you have a lot of them, so you're stuck trying to remember what those tiles are under the leaves. Also sometimes the 'next' button is right on top of the ads on the bottom and I end up clicking on the ads by accident...don't put essential game buttons over the ads. Yeesh.
can’t run after bought - I just purchased this game, which by the way is my favorite game ever, and it won’t run. It says can not find Lost Pyramid. I’m to say the least devastated! How do I get either a refund or credit?