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The Egyptian Prophecy: The Fate of Ramses

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Plunge into ancient Egypt and follow Maya, a young magician, who has been ordered by Pharaoh to investigate the strange accidents that have recently occurred at the great obelisk’s worksite. Find out what is standing in the way of your sovereign’s mission. Evade curses and spells, and allow your people to construct one of the great architectural splendors of antiquity to the god Amon-Ra.

A point-and-click adventure game using 360° views, similar to Jules Verne’s Return to Mysterious Island and Dracula: The Path of the Dragon.

Can you solve the Fate of Ramses?

  • High-definition graphics and animations
  • User-friendly inventory system
  • Large number of riddles to solve
  • Varied sound environments and bewitching music
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
  • Processor: 1 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX compatible Video Card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible Sound Card
  • Additional Notes: Mouse, Keyboard
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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The Egyptian Prophecy: The Fate of Ramses reviews and comments

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Microsoft from French
A game of adventure and a point-and-click that I discovered years ago and that I always appreciated. Its lifespan is short (4 hours) but there is a French version. This is the third game in the series "Egypt". (I'd like the other 2 to come out on steam.)
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Microsoft from French
A good historical adventure game in point and click. Personally I liked it and I recommend it. The spirit of the game is true to the Egyptian civilization. French dubbing could have been better but globably it's a pretty nice game. It is not expensive so don't hesitate if you are a fan of point and click.
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Microsoft from French
It was a game I was looking forward to replay, I have old memories on but unfortunately it does not work! It starts to run until it is written Player 1, 2, 3... then all of a sudden I come back to the desktop with a message, with written on the game stopped working. Dù to an unknown problem. So good Super
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Microsoft from French
For me, this game was not interesting at all... The puzzles are either too simple, or unsolvable if you don't find some objects that are impossible to discover without clicking everywhere to find what's a part of the scenary or an interractive object... The story is poor and full of uncoherencies. Too much boring talking and not enough real puzzles... Basically there is everything that i don't like in a point a click game... don't buy it...
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Microsoft from French
In love with point-and-click and adventure games, I wanted to test, my first impression: the game did not look super well aged, and it comes from someone who is not afraid to play back to old game like Amerzon, syberia I and II, the first Tomb Raider, etc. Moreover, the dubbing of the heroine is really, but really bad and really breaks the atmosphere. The scenario: meh gameplay: the view in "first person" mode is far from being adapted and the progression in space is slow and inconvenient. Result: not sure to want to finish it... After, nothing prevents you from waiting for the balances and take the Bundle Pack for example, with in at least syberia I and II to make profitable:)
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Microsoft from Deutsch
I bought The Egyptian Prophecy: The Fate of Ramses in the cheap Bundle along with 4 other Adventure games (actually I mainly wanted to acquire Syberia) and am pleasantly surprised. The Controls were just a bit unusual, but you are quick in it and actually feel a bit "in the middle of it." It still has the old Adventure charm of earlier Days, when you didn't get all usable items displayed with pressing the Space bar yet. Also, the fact that you can die in between surprised me and awakened the Ambition. Along with the wonderful Background Information on Egyptian Rituals or impressive Building Techniques, you will find a nice Game for in between, so that Thanks to pretty Cutscenes is also suitable for my graphic-pampered Eyes:)
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