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Luxor Mahjong is the first ever spin-off game in the Luxor series, as the title suggests, it is heavily based on the chinese tiles-based game "Mahjong".



Power-Up Tiles

The power-ups that are featured in the game are unique to the series. There are 5 of the power-ups available to use. Based on their design, the power-up tiles are red tiles with silver sides.

  • Anubis' Fetch - Moves the tile to the position the power-up tile originally was.
  • Horus' Transformation - The first set tile that's selected copies over when the second set tile is selected.
  • Set's Storm - Destroys the selected set tile. Any unselected set tile that's the same as the one that's selected is affected by the move.
  • Thoth's Exchange - Swaps the 2 selected tiles in different positions.
  • Vision of Isis - Gives the player a hint to know where the next match is for 30 seconds.

Destinations

The player is given a time limit depending on the difficulty the player has selected. Their goal is to collect Ankh Key Tiles to progress though the game.

Stage 1 - Theft in Alexandria

  • 1-1: Fire of Pharos
  • 1-2: Golden Obelisk
  • 1-3: Scroll of Thoth

Stage 2 - Robbers of Rosetta

  • 2-1: Wine Amphora
  • 2-2: Royal Trade Barge
  • 2-3: Carved Stone Decree
  • 2-4: Portrait of Cleopatra

Stage 3 - Burglaries in Buto

  • 3-1: Emerald and Carnelian Scarab
  • 3-2: Golden Sun Disk
  • 3-3: Inlaid Royal Ring
  • 3-4: Jeweled Serpent Wings
  • 3-5: Gemstone Udjat

Stage 4 - Larceny at Lake Bastet

  • 4-1: Embellished Hunting Baton
  • 4-2: Papyrus Plants
  • 4-3: Sacred Ibis
  • 4-4: Gold Threaded Net
  • 4-5: Cast Silver Post
  • 4-6: Mystical Blue Lotus

Stage 5 - Thieves of Tanis

  • 5-1: Embossed Leather Quiver
  • 5-2: Silver Arrowheads
  • 5-3: Gem Encrusted Scabbard
  • 5-4: Ivory Handled Dagger

Stage 6 - Plunder at Ptolemy Temple

  • 6-1: Leopard Skin Cape
  • 6-2: Bronze Hathor Sconces
  • 6-3: Silver Incense Burner
  • 6-4: Carved Granite Altar
  • 6-5: Silver Thoth Statue

Stage 7 - Cat Burglars of Bubastis

  • 7-1: Cedar Scratching Post
  • 7-2: Sacred Mouse Toy
  • 7-3: Silver Embossed Dish
  • 7-4: Gem Studded Collar
  • 7-5: Golden Litter Box
  • 7-6: Jeweled Cat Statue

Stage 8 - Raiders of Giza

  • 8-1: Sword of Khufu
  • 8-2: Chariot of the Three Gods
  • 8-3: Golden Cap Stone

Stage 9 - Stealing from the Sphinx

  • 9-1: Gem Inlaid Eyes
  • 9-2: Golden False Beard
  • 9-3: Bronze Stellae
  • 9-4: Emerald Uraeus
  • 9-5: Beaten Copper Nose

Stage 10 - Smugglers at Senmut

  • 10-1: Ostrich Plumed Fans
  • 10-2: Embroidered Silk Canopy
  • 10-3: Golden Apis Couch
  • 10-4: Cartouche of Nefertiti

Stage 11 - Robberies in Dendera

  • 11-1: Zodiac Thoth
  • 11-2: Zodiac Sekhmet
  • 11-3: Zodiac Shu
  • 11-4: Zodiac Anubis
  • 11-5: Zodiac Isis
  • 11-6: Zodiac Pheonix

Stage 12 - Pirates of Ptah-Dah

  • 12-1: Golden Stonemason Tools
  • 12-2: Chased Silver Staff
  • 12-3: Ras Solar Boat
  • 12-4: Calcite Lamp
  • 12-5: Staffhead of Ptah

Stage 13 - Ba-Set Buccaneers

  • 13-1: Hapi Masthead
  • 13-2: Carved Cedar Oars
  • 13-3: Golden Figurehead

Stage 14 - Crooks at the Memnon Colossi

  • 14-1: Sebek Crocodile
  • 14-2: Ring of Memnon
  • 14-3: Gold Beaded Collar
  • 14-4: Shrine of the Colossi
  • 14-5: Gilded Ushabti

Stage 15 - Bandits of Abydos

  • 15-1: Copper Curved Knife
  • 15-2: Bronze Hoe
  • 15-3: Silver Sickle
  • 15-4: Golden Adze

Stage 16 - Thieves of Thebes

  • 16-1: Perfumed Wax Cones
  • 16-2: Silver Beaded Bracelets
  • 16-3: Bejeweled Bronze Earrings
  • 16-4: Inlaid Throne Panel
  • 16-5: Golden Sceptre
  • 16-6: Queen's Crown

Stage 17 - Brigands of the Eastern Oasis

  • 17-1: Carved Marble Cistern
  • 17-2: Bronze Tent Poles
  • 17-3: Egyptian Linen Tent Cloth
  • 17-4: Gold-Threaded Rug
  • 17-5: Faience Oil Lamp
  • 17-6: Sweet Palm Dates

Stage 18 - Purloined from Per-Atum

  • 18-1: Tribute Procession
  • 18-2: Bes, Protector of Homes
  • 18-3: Lady's Curled Wig
  • 18-4: Golden Ankh

Stage 19 - Stolen Sacred Music

  • 19-1: Golden Trumpet
  • 19-2: Inlaid Harp
  • 19-3: Bejeweled Lute
  • 19-4: Glided Pipes
  • 19-5: Sacred Silver Sistrum

Stage 20 - Tomb Robbers of the Necropolis

  • 20-1: Canopic Jars
  • 20-2: Anubis Guardian
  • 20-3: Painted Jewelry Chest
  • 20-4: Golden Sarcophagus

Stage 21 - Ramesses Robbed

  • 21-1: Royal Scimitar
  • 21-2: Pharaohs Crown
  • 21-3: Crook And Flail

Stage 22 - Plundered from Philae

  • 22-1: Statue of Horus
  • 22-2: Statue of Osiris
  • 22-3: Statue of Isis

Traditional Levels

These levels feature no ankh key tiles as the levels have a similar goal: Board completion. Notable levels have references to other Luxor titles.

  1. Abu Simbel Temple
  2. Adoration of Isis
  3. Aegyptica
  4. Ankh
  5. Ankhs for the Memories: Luxor 2
  6. Anybis Aegyptus: Luxor Amun Rising
  7. Apis Bull: Luxor Amun Rising (name modified)
  8. Arc of Exhaltation
  9. Atef Crown
  10. Avenue of the Sphinxes
  11. Banks of the Nile
  12. Barque of the Goddess: Luxor
  13. Bastion of the Cat Goddess: Luxor Amun Rising
  14. Beaded Collar
  15. Canopic Shrine
  16. Cartouche
  17. Carved Altar
  18. Chariots
  19. Corabic Twilight: Luxor
  20. Dance of the Crocodiles: Luxor
  21. Desert Caravan
  22. Earth God Geb
  23. Egyptian Linen: Luxor 2 (name modified)
  24. False Door
  25. Festival of the Jubilee: Luxor Amun Rising
  26. Funeral Sled
  27. Great of Heka
  28. Guardians of the Tomb: Luxor 2
  29. Hapshetsuts Temple: Luxor 2 (name modified)
  30. Hathor
  31. Headrest
  32. Heliopolis Triad
  33. Hieroglyphic
  34. Honor of the Medjay: Luxor 2
  35. Horns and Disk
  36. Hypostyle Hall: Luxor 2 and Luxor 3
  37. Inner Sanctum of the Temple: Luxor 2
  38. Isian Mysteries
  39. Isis and Nepthys
  40. Isis Knot: Luxor Amun Rising and Luxor 3
  41. Khonsu Junction
  42. Khufu's Revenge: Luxor (Interestingly, this level features a board pattern that's similar to the former, minus the hidden path)
  43. Life Health Prosperity: One of the achievements from Luxor 2
  44. Limestone Quarry
  45. Lotus Flower
  46. Luxor
  47. Luxor Pylon
  48. Maat Feathers
  49. Mammisi Dendera
  50. Melodious Temple Harp
  51. Mummy Case
  52. Navigating the Cataracts: Luxor
  53. Nubian Outpost
  54. Opening of the Mouth Ceremony: Luxor Amun Rising
  55. Osiris Restored
  56. Papyrus Columns
  57. Papyrus Marches
  58. Paths of Nut
  59. Pearl of Egypt
  60. Pillars of Osiris: Luxor (name only)
  61. Pyramidal Mayhem
  62. Pyramids
  63. Radiance of Amun Ra
  64. Ramesses
  65. Ras Journey to the West: Luxor (name only)
  66. Ritualistic Regalia
  67. Royal Barge
  68. Sacred Mound
  69. Sacred Sistrum
  70. Saqqara Step Pyramid
  71. Scarab
  72. Scorpion
  73. Sed Festival
  74. Sekhmet
  75. Senet Game: Luxor 2 (name modified)
  76. Sirius Rising
  77. Sky Goddess Nut
  78. Sky God Shu
  79. Sphinx
  80. Stellae of Thutmosis: Luxor Amun Rising (name only)
  81. Temple Granary
  82. Theben Mischief
  83. The Queens Pyramids
  84. Threading Cleopatras Needle: Luxor (Interestingly, this level features a board pattern that's similar to the former, minus the hidden path)
  85. Tomb of the Mummy
  86. Trajans Bedstead
  87. Tut Tut
  88. Two Lands Joined: Luxor 2 (name modified)
  89. Udjat
  90. Uraeus
  91. Valley of the Kings: Luxor Amun Rising (name only)
  92. Valley of the Queens: Luxor 2 (name only)
  93. Vulture Pectoral
  94. Walking like an Egyptian: Luxor Amun Rising (The element of a human walking from the former is recreated in the style of tiles)
  95. Wallowing Hippo: Luxor 2 (name modified)
  96. Weighing of the Heart: Luxor Amun Rising (name only)
  97. Winged Goddess
  98. Winged Scarab
  99. Workers Village
  100. Zephyr Iside

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Trivia

  • All the tiles placement in this game is pre-determined in Adventure and Single mode.
  • This game contains the most amount of stages at 22. Followed by Wrath of Set at 20.
  • The naming of 16-3 and 19-3 indirectly mentions Bejeweled.
  • Some of the elements in the game have been incorporated from other Luxor games.
  • Interestingly, inside the game's files features an unused background that's supposed to be used in the game, but was scrapped during development.
    Mahjong's scrapped level background.jpg
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