A downloadable game for Windows
Become the mummy you always wanted to be...
...and rebuild your body as you dig thru forgotten sandboxes.
This is a first person experiment in style and game mechanics inspired by Minecraft. And stubborn point & click adventure games. And generally mummies I suppose.
A demo was featured on the Haunted PS1 Demo Disc 2021 (play this if you can't pay $$ right now, it's cool!) Much thanks to the HPS1 community...and thank you for playing. Lemme know your thoughts below please!
Game uses Mouse & Keyboard (no gamepad support) and takes about one hour to complete. No save game, this is a "one sitting" affair. Press Escape for some general Sandbox Rules. From there, press R if you have dug yourself into a hole.
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $2.99 USD. Your purchase comes with a Steam key. You will get access to the following files:
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How to Mummy: Take lamp, wrap in bacon, mummy.
You need human flesh/organ to start (ie: the eye). Tho I guess if you're talking literal pork bacon, you could have an inside-out pig mummy on your hands. Do give me any ideas!! hehe
There are 6 things with which you can build anything. Staples, paperclips, gorilla tape, gorilla glue, aluminum foil and bacon. Want a new Taj Mahal? Yours. Want to build your own great Egyptian tomb? Use the previous building materials up to tin foil and use the bacon to bribe the workers that hold whole sections of slums together - Rats and Cockroaches. There ya go. Need to replace some body parts? Gorilla Glue the bacon into the missing part as a organ replacement/skin graft, use paperclips for sutures, Staple a layer of tinfoil on top and seal that puppy shut with Gorilla tape for good measure.
Pigs are used as organ donors for humans since they're very close to us genetically, so bacon is sure to cure what ails! If there's any part that needs any sort of reinforcement, by gods, just slap some JB Weld to the weak point and you've got yourself an always perfect, can't mess up, repair :-D
Disclaimer: These statements have not been tested or endorsed by the FDA. Any claims mentioned above may or my not work with mummy anatomy. YMMV
It's good! Play it!
this looks like a very good game