Mummy Tombs

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Rating: 4.43/5 stars (112 ratings)

Mummy Tombs Instructions

Move left using 'a' or the left arrow key. Move right using 'd' or the right arrow key. Move up using 'w' or the up arrow key. Move down using 's' or the down arrow key. Fire your weapon using 'space'. Change weapons using 'x'.

Mummy Tombs Walkthrough

Mummy Tombs is an addictive shooting game that challenges you to defend yourself against wave after wave of mummy attackers as you try to get into the 'tombs of death'. This fast paced and exciting shooting game will keep you on your toes from beginning to end and will keep you going back for more game after game. Newcomers to action shooting games will have a bit of a hard time getting used to the controls but stick with it. After you've played for a while, you'll get the hang of how the game is played and be able to make it much further in the game. More experienced players are probably going to find the game a bit easy through the first few levels, but once the action picks up, this game offers more than enough challenge to keep even seasoned pros happy.

You begin the game in Mummy Tombs facing off against a few basic mummies with a fairly basic weapon. The mummies are pretty easy to take out and, at least at the beginning, there aren't a lot of them attacking at once. If you allow them to get too close, they'll rob you of your health fairly quickly, but it isn't terribly hard to keep your distance. Put a bit of distance between you and your mummy attackers and back yourself into a corner. Fire at the mummies as they approach; making sure to not let them get to close. If they get close enough that you're worried you won't be able to take them out before they get their hands on you, look for an open spot and run. Backing into a corner may not seem like a smart strategy, but it reduces the number of sides you need to cover. Mummies can't attack through walls, so you limit how many different ways they can attack you giving you more of a chance to take them all out.

As you progress in Mummy Tombs things get more complicated as they would with most action shooting games. Mummies get stronger, attack faster and appear in greater numbers. Once this starts happening and you're starting to feel overwhelmed, it's a good idea to stay in one spot, take out as many of the enemies attacking you as you can and then run. Don't stay in one spot too long. You'll limit your escape opportunities. Use your head. If it looked like you're being swarmed and your opportunities to run are dwindling then get out of the situation. Keep distance between you and the mummies as often as you can. It gets much more difficult as you progress, but it's the only real way to get anywhere in the game.

Mummy Tombs gives you several weapons to choose from and several upgrades for those weapons, but unlike other action shooting games, you do not purchase upgrades or new weapons with money you earn for taking out your enemies. Instead, you purchase upgrades in this game using your hit points. The more you spend, the less you have to defend yourself against enemy attacks with. Spend your hit points wisely. Hold off on buying new weapons or upgrading the weapons you have for as long as you can. Your basic gun will be enough to get you through the first few levels of the game. You can purchase weapons and upgrades at any point in the game by visiting the 'mummy store'. Hover your mouse over a weapon you are interested in buying to see how much it costs and view the weapon's basic stats. If you're upgrading, you'll do the same thing except with a weapon you already own instead of a new one. Click on the weapon to purchase or upgrade it. It's important to remember, though, upgrades cost hit points. Make sure you leave yourself with enough hit points to defend yourself against the mummies or you'll lose the game.

Overall, Mummy Tombs is a fast paced, intense action shooting game that offers something for everyone regardless of skill or experience level. Offering to difficulty settings, normal and hard, everyone should be able to find the level of challenge they're looking for. The upgrades are a great option, but be sure you wait as long as you can to purchase them. Buying upgrades you don't need is a waste of your hit points and will significantly reduce how far you can make it in the game. More experienced players may want to play for a while in normal mode before tackling the challenge that comes with playing in hard mode. Beginners are definitely going to want to start out in normal mode. Once you get the hang of it and feel a little more confident, try out hard mode. It's much more difficult, but it's also a lot of fun. This is a great game with entertaining graphics every fan of action shooting games needs to try at least once.