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The Mummy

MobyRank MobyScore
PlayStation
38
3.4
Windows
53
3.8
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Description

Based on the blockbuster movie of the same name. You play the hero, Rick O'Connell, who mistakenly reads from the ancient book of the dead while on an expedition in Egypt, which releases Imhotep from the slumber deep underground. Now you must fix your mistake before time runs out, Egypt gets destroyed by the dead, and you lose your girlfriend.

Screenshots

The Mummy PlayStation Title screen
The Mummy Windows Bad guys don't hand around long. Here a grave robber has been defeated and he immediately disappears in a flash of light
The Mummy Windows Hitting ESC gives access to this menu. The game saves at certain points automatically as the player progresses but by Quitting the player gets to save their game permanently
The Mummy Windows Naturally there are mummies to be defeated. This is the basic slave mummy. Later on there are tougher foes such as archer and spear-men mummies in addition to the boss characters

Alternate Titles

  • "La Momie" -- French title
  • "Hamunaptra" -- Japanese PSX title
  • "Die Mumie" -- German title

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User Reviews

Not bad, just not for me. Windows piltdown_man (81491)
Action and adventure game Windows Atif Shahid (22)

The Press Says

7Wolf Magazine Windows Nov 27, 2000 6.8 out of 10 68
PC Player (Germany) Windows Dec, 2000 66 out of 100 66
Jeuxvideo.com Windows Feb 09, 2001 12 out of 20 60
Game Over Online Windows Dec 11, 2000 58 out of 100 58
GameSpot PlayStation Dec 05, 2000 5.6 out of 10 56
PC Games (Germany) Windows Jan, 2001 51 out of 100 51
Gamekult PlayStation Dec 10, 2000 5 out of 10 50
All Game Guide PlayStation 2000 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 40
ActionTrip Windows Jan 09, 2001 27 out of 100 27
Game Revolution PlayStation Mar 01, 2001 F 0

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