THE EGYPTIAN TOMB
September, 1800 – Napoleon’s spies told him of an item buried deep within the tomb of Queen Nefertiti that would to grant him eternal life. Napoleon and his men were unable to overcome the trials of the tomb, and fled. Clue Chase Labs is sending you into the tomb in pursuit of the same item. You must translate hieroglyphs, uncover hidden chambers and solve the riddles of the queen before time runs out and the tomb collapses, forever trapping you with the queen in her final resting place.
- Immersive Set – Explore an Egyptian Tomb
- High Quality Props – Museum Quality Setpieces
- Work With Hieroglyphics
- Uncover further mysteries of the Artifact…
- Can you find the Artifact and escape before being buried alive?
FURTHER ESCAPE ROOM DETAILS
The Egyptian Tomb escape room features an immersive set with intricately detailed props. The centerpiece of the game is a museum quality sarcophagus, which has been elaborately painted and carved. The game design of the Egyptian Tomb has you progressing through a variety of puzzles focused around the items one would be likely to find within an ancient Egyptian Tomb. From Hieroglyphic translations, to games of Senet and Canopic jars – every puzzle in the game has been created with an attention to detail, and with the intent to have them all fit within the theme of an Egyptian Tomb. Players may encounter some small elements of science fiction within the tomb, after all, we are a time travel laboratory, and our meddling can often result in some… unexpected things occurring. Once players enter the tomb they will not be able to leave until they find the Ankh of Eternal Life. Leaving the tomb without the Ankh could subject the players to the curse of the Pharaoh, which is a bad thing.