Step away from the budget title. Slowly turn around, and make for the exit. There are nine levels in the game, but why you'd want to play past the first few steps of the first stage is a question only a neurologist and an expert team of psychologists could answer.
I love this game and it is a complete masterpiece. Anubis is a fun character that is totally not a rip off of Ninjabread Man and the controls are responsive and the graphics are great. The only thing I’m confused about is why there isn’t an Anubis the First game. I need more Anubis!!!
ANUBIS II is a great game as it has UFO flying around in it and we need to use our magical brooms to catch them and send them back to their planets of hell. The original game was decent enough but the sequel took it to new heights. Two times the fun, two times the enjoyment. I wish there would be another sequel to this trilogy. Maybe, we will be catching aliens instead.
Forged from middleware obtained from the bowels of Hell, Anubis II is a game with only the cruelest and most heartless of intentions. If for some reason this game finds its way into your home, witness as it engages your children (or anyone else) in a swift moment of neutrality before it throws off its cloak and shows its true colors.
used to play this game more often than I’d like to admit as a kid, and I’m only rating it a 3 for the nostalgic value it holds to me. recently picked it back up and let me tell you, this game is actually painful to play. baby me had extremely low standards in entertainment.
SummaryLong ago, an evil spirit known as Mumm’hotep plunged the Land of Egypt into Darkness. The Gods have called on the only one that could save Egypt and rid the sands of evil monsters. The mighty Anubis, Guardian of the Underworld! Armed with the Golden Sceptre of Ra and the fire of the Gods, Anubis must battle his way through the Ancient ci...