The Dagger of Amon Ra: A Laura Bow Mystery

Posted by Robert Perrett.
First posted on 26 February 1999. Last updated on 08 August 2009.
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The Dagger of Amon Ra: A Laura Bow Mystery is the second installment in the Laura Bow Mystery series. In this sequel, our intrepid reporter investigates the theft of an ancient artifact that subsequently leads to several murders inside a museum. To many Sierra On-Line fans, this game is among the last decent adventure titles produced by the company before its eventual demise as a developer of…

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Where can I get my hands on Lara Bow 2: The Dagger of Amon Ra? I played it a few times many years ago and would love to revisit it. Any help would be much appreciated.
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By Saskia • On 13 July 2001 • From Chicago/USA

i want to get the games of laura bow do you have any ways of getting it please tell me

By jackie • On 10 July 2001 • From philadelphia pa

When I was 8 years old, I would play the Dagger of Amon Ra. It is permanently damaging and I'm not even the kind of person that gets scared easily. I could not pass a certain bit, when the hooded man comes and kills Laura..8 years have gone by and still I think about it. If you know how to WIN the game..e-mail me.

By Nadia • On 13 May 2001 • From Sydney, Australia

I just love this info for adventure game addicts. Gameboomers is the best on the internet and I sure have played them all from colonels bequest onward.

By Audrey J. Swihart • On 09 April 2001 • From Orlando

i want to know where you can purchase the laura bow 1&2 cd rom for your comp. because i can not find it at any other store please get back to me as soon as possible thank you jadious

By jackie • On 25 November 2000 • From philadelphia pa

I have played both the Laura games and enjoyed them both, however i went back later to play Daggers of Amo Ra i got into the Musem and never could get the soldier to leave so i could explore. Don't know what happen to the game. But would like to replay it sometimes. I have all of the 7 kq. and kq 8. i'm currently trying to finish. Love all of the Serria games.

By Junwell Brantley • On 24 August 2000 • From Ada, OK

Hey,just saying that what ever your designer guys are doin keep on it. your games are the most realistic i have ever played. Compared to id software and Electronic arts you guys are way ahead in graphics. can you please send me some information on (Dagger of Amon RA)Laura Bow, I first got that game when it first came out and i haven't played it for a couple of years. thank you and keep up the good work. Jason

By Jason • On 03 January 2000 • From California

I loved the Dagger of Amon Ra.... It took me awile to end up beating it, but it was sooooo fun... Does anyone know where I can get the first game? I was never able to find it anywhere. Email me if you know where I can get it. I also have a suggestion of another really fun stradegy game... One of my other all time favorites.... It is called "The Last Express" by Broderbund... it takes place on a train and is good for hours and hours of FUN!

By Erica • On 20 December 1999 • From Atlanta

Some comments were rather funny to me. E.g. to say that the graphics of "Laura Bow II" are "rather dated". Or to say that it's an insult to call games like "Myst" or "Riven" just slideshows. I think it's just what they are. I remember "The Dagger of Amon Ra" quite well. At the moment I bought a C64 and play "The Leather Goddesses of Phobos". A funny game! I still haven't completed the game. I wonder why Zork gets so good credits. I once played it and found this kind of treasure hunting rather boring because there was no storyline and no characters to deal with (except the thief). Perhaps I will replay it. But "Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy" really deserves its good credits. What a game! Cool! I will never forgive me to look up the solution.

By Frank Ansari • On 12 May 1999 • From Berlin, Germany
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