Mummys Treasure

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Erin Bell, Common Sense Media
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Tricky puzzle game sometimes uses unorthodox physics.

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The game's controls are easy to learn, but the unorthodox physics might throw players for a loop.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Mummys Treasure is a physics-based puzzle game set in Ancient Egypt. Using precise timing and an understanding of cause and effect, players must cause unwanted mummy and skeleton blocks to fall off the screen while keeping the desirable golden treasure blocks intact.

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MUMMYS TREASURE isn't a typical physics puzzler because it uses unconventional physics to cause objects to sometimes behave unexpectedly. For example, sometimes gravity does what it's supposed to and causes blocks to fall, but other times the blocks simply float away like they've been magnetized. As a result, the game quickly gets complex, but in a way that's never entirely predictable. It's enough to throw some players for a loop, but the unpredictable challenge might appeal to others.

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