Fate of the Pharaoh

Build glorious Egyptian towns and expand your realm in Fate of the Pharaoh, a fun and challenging Strategy game! After being attacked by a greedy enemy for years, the magnificent realm of the pharaoh has crumbled. Construct homes for your people, set-up production, trade, please gods, fight crocodiles and dangerous cobras, all while building marvelous monuments and famous wonders!


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Come, let's build Egypt together! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by silvereagle from Loved this game I do not listen to music when I play games so hence the 4 star, but the other sounds are good. Different buildings look too much alike. This would be a very nice and easy game for young children who like time management games. Clear all ruins. When clicked on, a historical sentence appeared. I don't think you'll be disappointed You seem to have to click on 1 item 5 times for it to register. You must build up each village and accomplish the tasks they give you. The Shop-n-Spree is quite entertaining, You know as Mystic Palace Slots played the different levels my G'kids were asking questions about Egypt so I also found Fate of the Pharaoh game to be educational as well. Graphics are really good, if not on the smallish size. Sparkle 2 60 Happiness and 60 Wealth. This is an excellent family game.

Kept waiting for something harder or more challenging, but never happened. Destroy 6 houses and build 6 markets at the end, once you have met the happiness goal. One is the typical race against the clock to get everything done mode - not interested, thank you very much. This would be a very nice and easy game for young children who like time management games. It starts out quite straightforward and easy and gradually becomes more and more difficult. Game is clicky and fast toward the end. Pay off the alien. Have fun all Easy on the eye and particularly like the fact that you do not have to buy workers you have continuous unlimited amount! Level 38 Build 1 Academy and 1 Temple. This game is pretty monotonous and unexciting. With little to no effort, I was able to beat the Ra clock on every single level.

Collect gold plus stones and build the Maidens of the Ocean Solitaire. But after three complete levels I was wondering when the challenging part comes in. He realized he had to continue to maintain the wealth and peace his kingdom had lived in for so long but to do this he had to rebuild everything. Maybe after I've played and replayed them a few times, I'll Sparkle 2 back for this one - lol. You can assign as many tasks as you want to all be handled at the same time. Clear all the ruins Collect stones. Kept waiting for something Fate of the Pharaoh or more challenging, but never happened. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Jules from Good Egyptian game! Collect stones for your required buildings plus extra for repairs. The music is annoying, and stays the same for the whole time, so I always mute it. One difference is on this one you must have a well so the people can have water. You seem to have to click Operation Mania 1 item 5 Laruaville 9 for it to register.


The achievements are all only how many expert levels you get, no other. And there are times when it's really difficult to highlight something to click on, especially the thieves. I am SO glad I did not waste my money by buying it. This game was alittle boring. I have restarted the levels a few times because I did not do the tasks in the right order to keep moving. I am on level 15 and have not had any problem getting the gold yet. Also you do not lose your taxes by upgrading the house at the same time. It may be attractive for some, but I don't really think it worths the money. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pmods from Great time-management game This review is based on the completed full game. Not a whole lot of levels but enjoyed each one. You must build up each village and accomplish the tasks they give you. Build farm and well Build houses on all the lots but the one the thief is blocking Fully upgrade all houses Collect stone plus for repairs. The story is quite entertaining, You know as we played the different levels my G'kids were asking questions about Egypt so I also found this game to be educational as well.

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Very fast on the later levels and challenging, enjoyable good fun story, thieves to get rid of among other things! I've experienced worse. You can send someone for water, collect the taxes, and upgrade a house all at the same time. Great time management game. It keeps your intrest. It is fun and very nice. There are 2 modes of game play. The music felt like we were in Egypt Also you do not lose your taxes by upgrading the house at the same time. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Jules from Good Egyptian game! Pay off the alien. Collect gold plus stones and build the academy. I love games like this and I especially love the fact that you can play in a relaxed mode.

I quit halfway through to clip my toenails, because that was more fun. This game is pretty monotonous and unexciting. I felt it could be more challenging and have more storyline so I took off one star. Gather 10, gold and materials for the visitor Start with gold, stones, quarry, 2 houses, 6 lots Click on the green alien to get the delivery check mark. For a time-management game it was quite relaxing to play! Different buildings look too much alike. It may be kid-friendly, but they may get bored after a while. Fortunately, there isn't too much eye for detail necessary. Also you do not lose your taxes by upgrading the house at the same time. I believe I already two possibly 3 of the best building game series on the BFG site already. Each new "challenge" is only the same challenge with a different graphic, and not really a challenge at all. Even though I have played through this many times I still get caught out on some levels if I am not paying attention. It did have cute little extras such as hippos and cats. And more of a challenge too. I don't think you'll be disappointed

14 thoughts on “Fate of the Pharaoh

  1. So, it is a bit of a strategy game as well. Even though I have played through this many times I still get caught out on some levels if I am not paying attention. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by silvereagle from Loved this game I do not listen to music when I play games so hence the 4 star, but the other sounds are good.

  2. You can send someone for water, collect the taxes, and upgrade a house all at the same time. Collect 10, gold. I felt it could be more challenging and have more storyline so I took off one star.

  3. This game was alittle boring. Level 38 Build 1 Academy and 1 Temple. Collect the gold goal. Finish the materials goal.

  4. I am SO glad I did not waste my money by buying it. So, it is a bit of a strategy game as well. You must build up each village and accomplish the tasks they give you. This would be a very nice and easy game for young children who like time management games.

  5. You seem to have to click on 1 item 5 times for it to register. You can assign as many tasks as you want to all be handled at the same time. And more of a challenge too. I've experienced worse.

  6. I've experienced worse. Graphics are really good, if not on the smallish size. The music is annoying, and stays the same for the whole time, so I always mute it.

  7. It did have cute little extras such as hippos and cats. For a time-management game it was quite relaxing to play! Maybe after I've played and replayed them a few times, I'll come back for this one - lol. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pmods from Great time-management game This review is based on the completed full game. Start with gold, stones, 0 wealth, 20 happiness, cottage, house, well, 7 lots Build farm and quarry Build cottages on all the lots.

  8. It may be attractive for some, but I don't really think it worths the money. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by silvereagle from Loved this game I do not listen to music when I play games so hence the 4 star, but the other sounds are good. Clear the obstacles and building the academy and temple.

  9. It may be kid-friendly, but they may get bored after a while. And tasks there are aplenty! When clicked on, a historical sentence appeared. Great for beginners and experts alike. Great time management game.

  10. Never get tired of this game, and play it very often as relaxation like coming back to an old friend! I felt it could be more challenging and have more storyline so I took off one star. Destroy 6 houses and build 6 markets at the end, once you have met the happiness goal. One is the typical race against the clock to get everything done mode - not interested, thank you very much.

  11. It starts out quite straightforward and easy and gradually becomes more and more difficult. The music is annoying, and stays the same for the whole time, so I always mute it. I felt it could be more challenging and have more storyline so I took off one star. I don't think you'll be disappointed Easy on the eye and particularly like the fact that you do not have to buy workers you have continuous unlimited amount!

  12. This would be a very nice and easy game for young children who like time management games. This game is pretty monotonous and unexciting. Rated 5 out of 5 by Bumbles2 from A fun family game!!! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Jules from Good Egyptian game!

  13. Clear all the ruins Collect stones. Clear the obstacles and building the academy and temple. I found this game to be a time to bond with my G'kids The great Pharoah of Egypt wanted a settlement of peace and harmony and so he built one and ruled it as such for many years. It is a lot of fun, especially if you like an Egyptian theme.

  14. It may be attractive for some, but I don't really think it worths the money. It is a lot of fun, especially if you like an Egyptian theme. It keeps your intrest. Clear all the ruins Collect stones. The graphics are clear and a pleasure to look at, and the animations are wonderful, with little suprises throughout the levels.

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