Musings From Us Listings For Ra

The following are the all of the articles that have been tagged as and being related to Ra that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.

Egypt: Secret of five Gods

This entry was posted in Casual Games, City Builders, Software, Time Management Games by Snowfoxx on

Fun Factor:★★★★★ 

Those of you whom like city builders and enjoyed the Sierra City Builders back in the 90s and early 00s will very much enjoy this game. It has much of the same graphics as these games, plus a back story featuring two amazing heroines, Queen Hatsheput and Cat Goddess Bastet. This game tells us how they got the people together to rebuild the kingdom after Anubis and Set tore the land up in a vicious sandstorm when Ra went missing. We get not only the time management building classic, but logic games as we follow Hatsheput on her journey through the divine realms to get help from lesser gods, and they test her worthiness through logic games and even some match 3 puzzles. Thankfully, there are no hidden object puzzles in Egypt: Secret of five Gods because that would have just been way too many categories to place this game under. I really enjoyed this game, maybe because I love Egyptology and cats. Maybe because I find the history of Hatsheput to be fascinating, or just because of the nostalgic look. If you are into any of these things, or maybe you just might be a fan of Stargate SG1, then log in and get your Kemetic groove on!

Eternal Night: Realm of Souls

This entry was posted in Adventure Games, Casual Games, Puzzle Games, Software, Strategy Games by Snowfoxx on

FunFactor: ★★★☆☆ 

This was one very strange game, and it felt not unlike being inside one of those episode of the Yugioh cartoon where the students get caught inside the puzzles, or when they do a flashback to Yugi’s time as a pharoah in Egypt. In Eternal Night: Realm of Souls, you are chosen to go into the realm of the gods to find out why there has been a plague of darkness set on the land for the last ten days. Here you meet with Anubis, Set, and other various gods from the Kemetic pantheon, and take on the mystery of why Set has kidnapped Ra, the sun god, and how to rescue Ra. The graphics are colourful, but strange. Hathor appears as a giant harp, and your have to search though gardens and other puzzles to find a way to make the vegetation of Egypt grow again. Anyone who is really into Egyptology would enjoy this game, as it deals with situations and characters normally not found in basic archaeology studies, nor in any Mummy movies.