ColecoVisionLike most well designed games, Tutankham tempts you into taking chances by placing diamond rings in hard-to-reach nooks. For "glory seekers" like myself, these are hard to resist. Upon losing a life, you continue in the exact place where you left off, which is very convenient. Each stage ends with a "big" treasure, and while the first is supposed to be a map, its green color makes it look more like a stack of dollar bills! Tutankham's sound effects aren't anything special, but the crystal-clear jingle that plays when you grab a chest is old-school joy. Tutankham is so good that you'll wish there were more than four tombs. No Colecovision fan should miss out of this captivating title.
Atari 2600Beeindruckend bei Tutankham ist vor allem das mögliche Spieltempo. Erfreulich auch, daß hier zu zweit gespielt werden kann. Eine Cassette mit kleinen Fehlern. Aber vielleicht liegt das am Fluch des Pharao...
Atari 2600Stay away from Tutankham. The gameplay is too frustrating to make this game any fun.
Atari 2600Tutankham for the 2600 is an embarrassment compared to other versions, and King Tut would be spinning in his sarcophagus if he ever found out his name has been slapped onto this choppy mess!