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    Mummy: Tomb of the Pharaoh

    Game » consists of 1 releases. Released Aug 31, 1996

    A first-person Myst-style point-and-click adventure game where you investigate a mining site in modern Egypt, only to uncover some supernatural horrors of Ancient Egypt.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Mummy: Tomb of the Pharaoh last edited by Nes on 10/24/23 09:46PM View full history


    Mummy: Tomb of the Pharaoh is a supernatural-horror first-person puzzle-adventure game developed by Amazing Media and published by Interplay for Windows PC and Macintosh computers in 1996.

    A sequel to Frankenstein: Through the Eyes of the Monster, Mummy switches the setting to modern-day Egypt and includes themes of Ancient Egyptian supernatural horror (with some elements from the 1932 film The Mummy). Similar to the predecessor, it combines Myst-style point-and-click navigation and puzzle-solving with a combination of pre-rendered 3D backgrounds and live-action cutscenes. It features well-known actor Malcolm McDowell as the mining chief Stuart Davenport.

    Players control Michael Cameron, a facilitator for the fictional National Mining Company who is sent to one of the corporation's mining sites in Alexandria to deal with the discovery of an ancient chest that the workers believe is cursed. When the chief geologist is murdered by what is believed to be a mummy, Cameron begins his own investigation into the matter, only to find that everything is not what it seems.

    System requirements

    OS: Dos 5.0/Windows 3.1/Windows 95.

    CPU: 50MHz

    RAM: 8MB

    Hard Drive: 22MB of free space

    Also requires Quicktime 2.11


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