Tomb of the Pharaoh
||(Win95/98 Only) (Retail) (EGYPTPC)
Cryo Interactive /
Experience Ancient Egypt As Never
You are Ramose, an ordinary man in extraordinary
circumstances. Your father has been accused of stealing trasures from a royal
tomb. Unless you can show the Pharaoh proof of innocence, your father will be
executed and his name erased from history. Live everyday life in Egypt over
3,000 years ago, as you experience the splendor, the passion and the mystery of
a very special moment in time.
Journey into the past during the time of the Pharaohs.
Travel the path of the young Egyptian, Ramose, and experience the life of those
in ancient Egypt. Meet realistic and exciting characters. Explore cities,
temples and royal tombs meticulously recreated from extensive research.
Intrigue and danger surround you on your quest to uncover the truth as to who
has stolen the pharaohs' treasure from his sacred tomb.
Egypt 1156 B.C. - Tomb of the Pharaoh is a
game of exploration and investigation in fully detailed, visually stunning and
completely realistic, recreated environments. A developing storyline amid the
full screen graphics and gorgeous cut-scenes is sure to immerse the player in a
dangerously intriguing world
- Visually spectacular 3D adventure game featuring the
people, places and everyday life of Ancient Egypt
- 30+ fascinating characters, recreated using motion
capture and Omni-synch rrtechnologies
- An intriguing story that will capture the
- First-person perspective with 3D technology to allow
complete visual freedom
- Incredible sequences, including rituals, never before
depicted using 3D animation
- Engaging original music
- Over 25 hours of compelling game play
Windows 95/98 Only: Pentium 133 Mhz, 16 Mb RAM, 10 Mb
free hard drive space, 8x CD-ROM drive.
A patch file is available from Dreamcatcher which supposedly
allows the game to run on Windows XP:
by Ray Ivey
As with the other
titles in this series, the game comes with an online encyclopedia that covers
all of the areas of the game in exhaustive detail. At least one puzzle requires
searching through some of this material (again, this is not a complaint from
this history buff).
The game does touch on many different
interesting historical subjects, from embalming to mural creation in the tombs,
to religion, politics, and culture. The best bit in the game, a sequence that
combines documentary value as well as just plain fun, is one in which your
character has to gussy himself up to look like a nobleman in order to crash a
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