I love Anubis Trials. It does sound like it would be suitable as music for a more difficult dungeon near the end of a game (the equivalent of the Floating Continent in FFVI, for example). I get some Uncharted vibes from Rattlesnake’s Tomb. It's more subtle and atmospheric and could build a scene perfectly. And then Nenuphar's Dance would lovely for a dungeon with Asian gardens and pools, etc.
It would be really awesome if your music could be used in a video game!
Enchanted Forest Creatures is really nice. It's a happy, harmonious track and perfect for nature. Also the repeated flute sounds blend in and almost sound like bird calls at times so that's a nice touch.
I also like the nice instrument experimentation with Venturing on the Silk Road.
Good luck with the new covers too! I'm looking forward to seeing which ones you have planned.
Jungle Creatures is carried by the drums and I love the bit it builds up to at about 1:11.
I like the way Woods Trials uses some of the sounds used in the Fairies Palace track, so it has continuity. This would be perfect if used in a game once the player falls out with the Fairies (or sets off on a dangerous mission somewhere in their region) and is forced to wander the dark woods alone.
Shamanic Rituals is really good. I love the use of the chanting, the way it builds up and then gets louder and also the use of animal noises. This style reminds me of some of the tracks in the classic PlayStation game T’ai Fu: Wrath of the Tiger (another great soundtrack).