|Platform: IBM PC Compatible
Publisher: Konami of America, Inc.
Release Date: November 17, 2000
Rating: ESRB: T (Teen)
System Requirements: Microsoft® Windows® 95 / 98 / Me I
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Developed by: Rebellion - Konami of America (2000) - Third-Person 3D Action - Rated: Teen
In Thebes, 1290 BC. Pharaoh Seti I's mistress, Anck-su-namun, has a dalliance with the pharaoh's high priest Imhotep and both are
mummified, alive, in Hamunaptra. Imhotep suffers a worse fate, the dreaded "Hom Dai" curse. Three thousand years later,
American adventurer Rick O'Connell, a beautiful Egyptologist named Evelyn Carnhan, and her treasure-seeking brother Jonathan,
accidentally release Imhotep the mummy by reading a passage from the Book of the Dead. It's up to Rick and Evelyn to stop him
before he brings about the end of the world.
The Mummy faithfully recreates the look and feel of an ancient Egyptian tomb with beautifully rendered panels, sphinxes, statues
and sarcophagi. The movie's musical score accompanies the atmospheric pre-lighting and spot effects. Numerous mummies, each
with unique abilities, must be battled to the death and our heroes will face other villains such as tomb robbers, flesh eating
beetles, locusts and the undead. Mummies galore dot the landscape: slaves, archers, swordsmen, spear toting mummies and spirit
mummies, as well as the dreaded high priest
Rick O'Connell is well equipped to fight the forces of the Egyptian undead with weapons like flaming torches, dual pistols,
machetes, dynamite, shotguns, explosive amulets and even a magical golden sword. But monsters are only part of the challenge
as trapdoors, pitfalls, breakaway platforms and hidden traps also try to thwart the hero. Rick must gather six pieces of a star key
by solving trap-laden puzzles, beating a certain number of enemies or similar quests in order to escape each level.
In addition to its shooter aspect, The Mummy features action adventure elements as games-within-the-game, including surfing
down an underground river on a log, avoiding swarms of locusts or jumping over rolling pillars in 2D-style action.