Ankh is one of the oldest and longest running series of adventure games. Set in ancient Egypt, players must help Assil defeat the god Osiris in Ankh 2, who’s back to show the world of humans what he’s made of. There’s only one last thing he’s missing before his plans come to fruition: his heart. Combining interesting locales, colorful characters, excellent writing and a variety of brain-teasing puzzles, the Ankh games will have you scratching your head for hours and unable to stop playing. Ankh 3 takes places to new locales, introduces ever weirder characters and keeps you laughing all the while solving new and intriguing puzzles, each taking you one step closer to stopping the evil god Seth from winning the Battle of the Gods and plunging the world into an age of darkness.
I’m a big adventure fan, and I go through at least a dozen games like these every year, and the Ankh series is one of the best I’ve ever played. It’s no wonder the game has had this level of success. I came into the series with Ankh 2, because the first title released so long ago it’s impossible to find nowadays. But take it from me, not playing the first title won’t ruin the experience, not one bit. By the time you’re done with the second and move on to Ankh 3, you’ll be an expert on all things Ankh. You’ll know the major themes, the overall plot, and all the major players in this Egyptian adventure.
Head to Steam right now, where this pack is at a 75% discount, just for this week. This deal is fantastic, even if the games are considerably old. Ankh 2 is regularly priced at $4.99 but you can get it today for $1.24 as part of this offer; similarly, Ankh 3 goes at $9.99 every other day but during this week you can get it for just $2.49. If you already have one of them, get the other, but if you don’t, why get them separately when you can just buy them both for the combined price of $3.74.
You can’t miss this deal, so go now to Steam and get the Ankh Pack for just $3.74, that’s a whopping 75% discount just this week!
(Expiry Date: 15th September 2014)