Sun of Egypt 2 is a game that has a lot of potentials. It has great graphics, sound effects, and background music as well as an interesting storyline. However, it needs a lot of work to be able to compete with other games in its category. The graphics are so good that the characters almost look real. There’s even a zoom feature where you can get really close to their faces and bodies, which is a nice touch for players who like to see those details.
The sound is also very well done and it all comes together quite nicely which is a good intro for a game of its kind. However, there are problems with this game that need fixing before it will appeal to a wider audience than just people who like Egyptian-themed games.
The controls are difficult to use
Due to the fact that the tiles are a different color than the background, they can be difficult to see when they’re stacked on top of each other. This isn’t a problem if you’re playing in landscape mode, but it is when you play in portrait. This brings to mind the very important question – how many players would love to play in landscape mode and for how long will they be comfortable doing so?
Many players find themselves having to touch each tile and then slide it down to the bottom of the screen, which isn’t easy to do with one hand. There’s also no “Undo” button, which would be a huge help to players who make mistakes.
Gameplay is repetitive and boring
Sun of Egypt 2 is supposed to be a game where you explore pyramids to find treasure, but the game play is so boring that I can’t imagine anyone wanting to keep playing. When you begin the game, you need to collect 5 treasure pieces before you can go on to the next level. This means that you have to play a certain level 5 times before you can move on.
What’s even worse is that there are no bonus levels, extra lives or anything like that. You just have to keep playing the same level over and over again until you’ve collected enough treasure. There are other levels in the game as well where you can win extra treasures, but they’re not much better.
You just have to keep clicking a certain spot on the tiles, or you have to match tiles. If you don’t have a high-speed internet connection, you won’t be able to play these levels. The repetitive nature of this game makes it very predictable and boring for the gamer. There is nothing new to look forward to as you can effectively predict the outcome of every new level. A lot needs to be done with regard to the format of this game to make it match other games in similar categories.
There’s only one type of tile set
Although the tiles are different colors, they all look the same. The same tiles contribute to the dullness of the game and make it something you will not enjoy, especially if you are a professional gamer. It would be nice if there were different shapes for the tiles as well. This would help with the problem of being able to see them when they’re stacked on top of each other.
There should also be more than one tile set so that the game doesn’t get boring. Those who develop and play games like this know that the variety of tiles makes the game more attractive, fun, and competitive for players.
There aren’t enough bonuses or rewards for playing
The only thing you really get from playing this game is the satisfaction of finishing a level. You don’t get extra lives or any other type of reward. You don’t even get extra lives when you finish a level. If you lose all the gaming lives at your disposal, you have to start the level over again.
There are no bonuses or surprises whatsoever, so you have to work for everything you get in the game. The only thing that happens after you finish a level is that a message pops up on the screen telling you how many treasures you collected. This is a very boring game.
Sun of Egypt 2 has a lot of potential and the graphics and sound effects are very nice, but it needs a lot of changes before it will appeal to a wider audience. The controls need to be easier to use and the gameplay needs to be more interesting. There also needs to be more than one type of tile set, and there need to be more bonuses and rewards for playing. If these things were changed, this could be a really good game.