Difficult and addicting
After beating the game, I had an incredible feeling of "Oh my god, I actually did it!", but now it is time to do a formal review of the game. In terms of quality, the game looks great. It reminds me of good old adventure-platformers on the SNES or Genesis. Also, the cavern-crusader art style reminds me very much of Indiana Jones, which is awesome in itself. The difficulty also seems to bring sweet nostalgia, with reminisce of Zelda 2 or even Super Star Wars. The game was hard, and not because the controls were broken, or because the levels were too glitchy. That being said, the game seemed to hate me at times, because the jump button seemed to be delayed, or never worked at all when it comes to double jumps, or the level was just to darn hard, but I'll pass that by for now. I feel that this game is very worthy to have a play through. It is a fun, difficult, spelunker game that will surely show you the Wrath of Anubis.