Online games have certainly taken the world by storm since more and more started to appear on gaming websites. After all, they’re quick and easy to play with a wide choice of games to choose from. Plus, to make the most of their popularity, game designers have been especially effective in making them extra appealing to all kinds and ages of players. In many ways video games appeal to different gamers with engaging characters, different levels and games within games and even beguiling sound effects.
Video games also cover a whole range of subjects from the ultra-modern to the truly ancient. Speaking of ancient, no place comes to mind faster than Egypt with its pyramids and pharaohs across a country seemingly covered in sand. For example there is the magical and mysterious Rise of the Pharaohs slot game which takes us back through the mists of time to ancient Egypt and a land ruled over by the beautiful and enigmatic Cleopatra. There are whole host of Egyptian gods represented by the vulture, goat, horse, eagle and jackal and these are the ones that are going to lead to the biggest scores. The wild symbol is the eye, so this is also one to really look out for. The game has received a fantastic reception from players and takes place within a tomb interior surrounded by ancient god statues. It’s just as atmospheric as you’d imagine it would be and the one thing that you can’t help but notice is the sheer attention to detail that has gone into every aspect of its design.
Some of the most popular game franchises in the world also take place in Egypt, at least in part. In fact, Tomb Raider started their famous and still-going franchise in Egypt. The name of the franchise itself oozes Egypt with its many tombs and artifacts. The highly touted strategy series known as Civilization always features a playable Egyptian civilization. One of the more picturesque ways to enjoy Egypt in a game is by buying the Sim 3 and its World Adventures expansion pack. Other games from famous game franchises include Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Battlefield 1942, Command and Conquer: Red Alert 2, and Twisted Metal III. So if you fancy a trip back in time that you could return from with your “treasure chest” considerably enhanced then why not take a trip to Ancient Egypt?
That image brought back a lot of memories, I used to play Tomb Raider all the time on my ps1.
I haven’t played any PS1 games because I didn’t have PS1, but I have seen one that my friend used to play with before moving on to PS2.
Time raider is intense game and you won’t regret if you played this
It does seem interesting, wondering if it’s still as famous though, or if there are better alternatives
A few other games that take place in Egypt are Sims 3, Pharoah, Call of Duty 2
Pharoah, that name kinda gave it away didn’t it?
CoD is amazing for sure
When I think Egypt, the first thing I thought of was Assassin’s Creed Origins. Cover art of the game even has a pyramid in the background.