Early access + APK
💡 Platform – Android
The description of Journey Of Ra: Puzzles & Wars (by 9Code Studio)
Journey Of Ra: Puzzles & Wars takes players back to ancient Egypt, one of the oldest civilizations in the world. We can recognize these familiar images belonging to that civilization. In addition, these symbols are often known through many media such as movies, books
The Journey of Ra. Ra is the highest god of the Egyptian god system. Ra creates all living things on earth and governs it. His symbol is the Sun.
In the game you play the role of one of the 9 gods tasked with protecting Ra. He sat on a boat and traveled between the two worlds in 24 hours. 12 hours through the land of light and 12 hours through the land of darkness (life and death). Since each side wants to stop his journey in order to maintain their world, they attack and hinder that ship.
The player’s task is to help that boat go on the right journey day and night to balance the cycle in a day
– QUESTIONS & MATCH
A combination of puzzles and strategic gameplay! Solve puzzles to protect the Solar barque
– EGYPT’S LEGENDS
Summon gods from Egypt to aid RA’s journeys
– DISCOVER THE WORLD OF Ancient Egypt
Explore the vast continent filled with precious resources, exquisite treasures and dangerous monsters.
– SUN SHIP PROTECTION
You together with allies from all over the world to start a journey of glory and fame.
THE LEGEND OF RA AND SOLAR BARQUE
Ra was the ancient Egyptian deity of the sun. By the Fifth Dynasty, in the 25th and 24th centuries BC, he had become one of the most important gods in ancient Egyptian religion, identified primarily with the noon-day sun. Ra was believed to rule in all parts of the created world: the sky, the Earth, and the underworld. He was the god of the sun, order, kings and the sky.
Ra traveling in the Solar Barque
Solar barques were the vessels used by the sun god Ra in ancient Egyptian mythology. During the day, Ra was said to use a vessel called the Mandjet or the Boat of Millions of Years, and the vessel he used during the night was known as the Mesektet
Ra was said to travel through the sky on the barge, providing light to the world. Each twelfth of his journey formed one of the twelve Egyptian hours of the day, each overseen by a protective deity. Ra then rode the barque through the underworld, with each hour of the night considered a gate overseen by twelve more protective deities. Passing through all of these while fending off various destructive monsters, Ra reappeared each day on the eastern horizon. He was said to travel across the sky in the Mandjet Barque through the hours of the day, and then switch to the Mesektet Barque to descend into the underworld for the hours of the night.
The progress of Ra upon the Mandjet was sometimes conceived as his daily growth, decline, death, and resurrection and it appears in the symbology of Egyptian mortuary texts.