T he object of Mummy Mummy is to bury yourself. You are an Egyptian mummy rudely awakened from the slumber of centuries by archaeologist Mad Clive. Now you must wander through your pyramid seeking the mystic cartouches which hold the key to your burial rites.
The screen shows a cross-section of the pyramid, which consists of a series of tunnels connected by ladders. The tunnels are inhabited by monsters and ghosts which you must trap by digging holes for them to fall through. They in their turn will try to block your progress by cornering you.
Although the game is challenging, you need a large number of cartouches to win and the mechanics of running up and down ladders and digging holes becomes tedious after a time. It is a pity Lothlorien could not have introduced more variety into the game, as the initial idea was inventive.