Ankh: Heart of Osiris

Posted by Matt Barton.
First posted on 03 June 2007. Last updated on 07 September 2009.
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Ankh: Heart of Osiris, developed by Deck13 Interactive and published by XIDER Games, is the sequel to Ankh, a game more or less in the zany cartoon tradition of LucasArts' classic adventure games such as The Secret of Monkey Island or Sam and Max Hit the Road. Ankh: Heart of Osiris continues the story from the first game, taking the player back to Ancient Egypt to match wits with the evil…

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where did you find the ankh 2 save games location?
if been looking for it everywhere now on the hdd.

thanks in advance

Netherlands By Bill • On 08 August 2007 • From Somewhere


I'm rating this game 3/5 from what I was able to play. Thing is the game had so many bugs that characters disappeared, events that were supposed to happen didn't, voices played over each other and at one point the cursor wouldn't change when I highlighted different objects.

After playing a third time through and a bug ruining me getting further yet again I've all but given up.

Also, the graphics seem blander than the original and the voice acting is no improvement (neither the dialog and story). I really enjoyed the original because it was new, but Heart of Osiris is not a good enough improvement IMO

Europe By Stefan L • On 01 July 2007 • From Great Britain


I think the code-wheel was included for fun. Nostalgia, you know. I mean, they even advertise it as a feature (both on the box and online), so it's pretty obvious that it's not there for copy protection purposes only.

I found the game itself pretty decent, though after a while it got kind of boring. I didn't bother to complete it.

Norway By fluffy bunny • On 27 June 2007 • From Somewhere