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Lazy Raiders- Xbox 360

Lazy Raiders- Xbox 360
alaScore 81

13 reviews

May, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 13 reviews of Lazy Raiders- Xbox 360. The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the price. Some have doubts about the controls.



We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Lazy Raiders- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Matt W. (

Lazy Raiders Review


Screw Lara Croft, I want more of Dr. Diggabone.

Lazy Raiders places you in the shoes of Dr. Diggabone, a lazy archaeologist who is searching for 16 lost relics but isn't interested in doing any of the work. This is one of those “unable to control the main protagonist so you have to manipulate the...

Mar, 2010

Expert review by : Jeff "Scorched Angel" Borsick (

Lazy Raiders


Enough to make Indiana Jones dizzy. Lazy Raiders is a unique, fun puzzler for Xbox Live Arcade from the developer Sarbakan Game Studios, whose other titles include a plethora of...

Fun, entertaining puzzles ; Good pick up and play elements ; Lot of content for ten bucks

Touchy controls ; Sometimes too much to keep track of

Lazy Raiders is a unique, fun puzzler for Xbox Live Arcade from the developer Sarbakan Game Studios, whose other titles include a plethora of board games turned video games for many downloadable platforms. It is odd in this respect to see them put out...

Jan, 2011

Expert review by : Marc Sakol (

Lazy Raiders on Xbox 360


Can Your Stomach Handle It?

Lazy Raiders is a new way to play maze puzzle games. There are quite a bit of cool features the game offers: Leaderboards, the ability to play the game as your avatar, eventual downloadable content (maybe new maps or if we’re lucky maybe a level...

Mar, 2010

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Lazy Raiders Review (Xbox 360)


the keyword is creativity. For example, we found ourselves in a particularly prickly predicament where was no obvious way around an enormous slab of solid rock that ominously shifted back and forth inside a room we absolutely needed to traverse. But...

Feb, 2010

Expert review by : Edwin Millheim (

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Jun, 2010

Expert review by : Justin Calvert (

Lazy Raiders


This entertaining puzzle game requires quick reflexes as well as quick thinking, but it's rarely as challenging as it looks.

Novel take on ball-in-maze concept ; You won't ever get so stuck on a level that you can't pass it ; Colorful and pleasingly detailed art style ; You can play as and unlock items for your avatar

Occasionally confusing visuals ; Levels don't consistently get more challenging as you progress

Mar, 2010

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Lazy Raiders- Xbox 360


It's conceivable that you could blaze through Lazy Raiders quickly enough that the asking price of 800 Microsoft points seems a bit steep, but if you take the time to savor and properly solve the majority of levels, you'll find no shortage of value here.

Mar, 2010

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Lazy Raiders- Xbox 360


Lazy Raiders takes the concept to much grander heights and does what it sets out to do: delivering a thoughtful and intriguing game on the cheap. What's more, it even lets you play using your Xbox Live Avatar, just in case you've had a bit too much...

Feb, 2010

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Lazy Raiders- Xbox 360


Lazy Raiders is a charming little action game with a unique twist that will be new to most players. The clever challenges it throws at you can be tricky, but the game is tuned perfectly so that you can either stroll through meeting the bare minimum...

Feb, 2010