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It all starts here, amidst the greatest and most mysterious empire in the world.
Giza & Memphis
Mysteries of Ancient Egypt

Positioned near the mouth of the Nile Delta, Giza and Memphis are home to the Great Pyramids, the Sphinx and the Egyptian capital during the old kingdom. Explore the tombs and catacombs in search of the area’s lost secrets and dark tales. Decrypt hieroglyphics as you solve riddles and slowly unravel the foundations of this ancient civilization.

Siwa & White Desert
The Agony of Exile

Discover the agony of exile while walking among the poor souls of the Siwa Oasis, one of the loneliest and most isolated places in all of Ancient Egypt. It’s situated below sea level, making the climate hot and dry, and less-than-ideal for would-be scavengers. Still, there are temples, and even a necropolis, which means there’s plenty to be uncovered if you can handle the discomfort. Be careful as you traverse the barren sands, however, or you may find yourself losing your grip on reality.

Nile Delta
Land of Plenty and Danger

The Nile Delta is a land of plenty. And danger. The fertile lands where the Nile River flows into the Mediterranean Sea are the source of abundant life. Here you’ll find farmers tilling the land, growing the crops that keep the surrounding cities moving, and the soldiers and brutes who exert control over the people. What else will you find exploring these grounds?

Faiyum
The Disputed Land

Faiyum is another one of the many oasis lands in Egypt. It was once a great sea, but is now home to the bones of great, ancient whales. It’s also home to an abundance of history, that can be found throughout the land.

Kyrenaika
The Spring of Uprising

This highly intellectual and artistic area has been shaped by both the Greeks and Romans over the years, but don’t let its lush valley surroundings and highbrow undertakings fool you... It’s also a place wrought with danger and deception. Tread lightly in this fertile land.

Alexandria
Land of the Great

It’s no coincidence that this is the land named after Alexander the Great. It’s the biggest city you’ll have the pleasure of exploring, and the mysteries inside are legendary.

Discover epic libraries and pantheons, and seize glory in high-speed chariot races, but make sure you watch your back while you’re at it.