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* NightVisionGoggles: Nightglasses.


* WalletOfHolding: Doubly subverted; gold weighs you down, but you can magically ''bank'' it from certain locations within the pyramid.


* AdventurerArchaeologist: Subverted; you are a "lowly undergraduate student in Archaeology".

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* AdventurerArchaeologist: Subverted; you You are a "lowly undergraduate student in Archaeology".Archaeology", but can earn more impressive ranks depending on your score.


* [[NightmareFuel/VideoGames Nightmare Fuel]]: Mummies.


A turn-based, FauxFirstPerson3D RogueLike that visually resembles ''VideoGame/MazeWar,'' set inside an Egyptian pyramid. Released for {{Macintosh}} in 1987 by Semicolon Software.

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A turn-based, FauxFirstPerson3D RogueLike that visually resembles ''VideoGame/MazeWar,'' set inside an Egyptian pyramid. Released for {{Macintosh}} UsefulNotes/{{Macintosh}} in 1987 by Semicolon Software.


* CaptainErsatz: "Intrepid archaeologist, professor, explorer, and adventurer [[IndianaJones Mississippi Smith]]".

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* CaptainErsatz: "Intrepid archaeologist, professor, explorer, and adventurer [[IndianaJones [[Franchise/IndianaJones Mississippi Smith]]".


* EgyptianMythology

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* EgyptianMythologyMyth/EgyptianMythology


A turn-based, FauxFirstPerson3d RogueLike that visually resembles ''VideoGame/MazeWar,'' set inside an Egyptian pyramid. Released for {{Macintosh}} in 1987 by Semicolon Software.

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A turn-based, FauxFirstPerson3d FauxFirstPerson3D RogueLike that visually resembles ''VideoGame/MazeWar,'' set inside an Egyptian pyramid. Released for {{Macintosh}} in 1987 by Semicolon Software.


A turn-based, FauxFirstPersonPerspective RogueLike that visually resembles ''VideoGame/MazeWar,'' set inside an Egyptian pyramid. Released for {{Macintosh}} in 1987 by Semicolon Software.

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A turn-based, FauxFirstPersonPerspective FauxFirstPerson3d RogueLike that visually resembles ''VideoGame/MazeWar,'' set inside an Egyptian pyramid. Released for {{Macintosh}} in 1987 by Semicolon Software.


A turn-based, first-person RogueLike that visually resembles ''VideoGame/MazeWar,'' set inside an Egyptian pyramid. Released for {{Macintosh}} in 1987 by Semicolon Software.

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A turn-based, first-person FauxFirstPersonPerspective RogueLike that visually resembles ''VideoGame/MazeWar,'' set inside an Egyptian pyramid. Released for {{Macintosh}} in 1987 by Semicolon Software.


* AdventurerArchaeologist (Subverted; you are a "lowly undergraduate student in Archaeology")
* BanditMook (The dreaded monkey, pictured right)
* CaptainErsatz ("Intrepid archaeologist, professor, explorer, and adventurer [[IndianaJones Mississippi Smith]]")
* CouldntFindAPen (You can leave notes to yourself on the walls using pieces of charcoal)

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* AdventurerArchaeologist (Subverted; AdventurerArchaeologist: Subverted; you are a "lowly undergraduate student in Archaeology")
Archaeology".
* BanditMook (The BanditMook: The dreaded monkey, pictured right)
right.
* CaptainErsatz ("Intrepid CaptainErsatz: "Intrepid archaeologist, professor, explorer, and adventurer [[IndianaJones Mississippi Smith]]")
Smith]]".
* CouldntFindAPen (You CouldntFindAPen: You can leave notes to yourself on the walls using pieces of charcoal)charcoal.



* GottaCatchThemAll (The three sacred relics of Ra)
* HealThyself (First aid kits)

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* GottaCatchThemAll (The GottaCatchThemAll: The three sacred relics of Ra)
Ra.
* HealThyself (First HealThyself: First aid kits)kits.



** HintsAreForLosers (The game tries hard to dissuade you from using them)
* ImplacableMan (Mummies)
* InfiniteFlashlight (Averted; your lantern needs oil)

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** HintsAreForLosers (The HintsAreForLosers: The game tries hard to dissuade you from using them)
them.
* ImplacableMan (Mummies)
ImplacableMan: Mummies.
* InfiniteFlashlight (Averted; InfiniteFlashlight: Averted; your lantern needs oil)oil.



* LampshadeHanging (You can use a plank to cross a trap and then safely retrieve the plank ''before stepping off it;'' the game explains that [[VoodooShark "Fortunately, you are putting yourself through college by performing as a contortionist in a local sideshow"]])

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* LampshadeHanging (You LampshadeHanging: You can use a plank to cross a trap and then safely retrieve the plank ''before stepping off it;'' the game explains that [[VoodooShark "Fortunately, you are putting yourself through college by performing as a contortionist in a local sideshow"]])sideshow"]].



* MischiefMakingMonkey (Watch out, or it'll steal all your stuff)
* MonogenderMonsters (Lionesses)

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* MischiefMakingMonkey (Watch MischiefMakingMonkey: Watch out, or it'll steal all your stuff)
stuff.
* MonogenderMonsters (Lionesses)MonogenderMonsters: Lionesses.



* [[NightmareFuel/VideoGames Nightmare Fuel]] (Mummies)
* NightVisionGoggles (Nightglasses)
* NoAnimalsWereHarmed (You can find tranquilizer guns, but no conventional firearms)

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* [[NightmareFuel/VideoGames Nightmare Fuel]] (Mummies)
Fuel]]: Mummies.
* NightVisionGoggles (Nightglasses)
NightVisionGoggles: Nightglasses.
* NoAnimalsWereHarmed (You NoAnimalsWereHarmed: You can find tranquilizer guns, but no conventional firearms)firearms.



* TechnicalPacifist (There's no killing the animals, but you can permanently immobilize them in nets)
* WalletOfHolding (Doubly subverted; gold weighs you down, but you can magically ''bank'' it from certain locations within the pyramid)
* WhipItGood (Averted; the bullwhip frightens animals but can't injure them)

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* TechnicalPacifist (There's TechnicalPacifist: There's no killing the animals, but you can permanently immobilize them in nets)
nets.
* WalletOfHolding (Doubly WalletOfHolding: Doubly subverted; gold weighs you down, but you can magically ''bank'' it from certain locations within the pyramid)
pyramid.
* WhipItGood (Averted; WhipItGood: Subverted; the bullwhip frightens animals but can't injure them)them.

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A turn-based, first-person RogueLike that visually resembles ''VideoGame/MazeWar,'' set inside an Egyptian pyramid. Released for {{Macintosh}} in 1987 by Semicolon Software.

!!This game contains examples of:

* AdventurerArchaeologist (Subverted; you are a "lowly undergraduate student in Archaeology")
* BanditMook (The dreaded monkey, pictured right)
* CaptainErsatz ("Intrepid archaeologist, professor, explorer, and adventurer [[IndianaJones Mississippi Smith]]")
* CouldntFindAPen (You can leave notes to yourself on the walls using pieces of charcoal)
* EgyptianMythology
* GottaCatchThemAll (The three sacred relics of Ra)
* HealThyself (First aid kits)
* HintSystem
** HintsAreForLosers (The game tries hard to dissuade you from using them)
* ImplacableMan (Mummies)
* InfiniteFlashlight (Averted; your lantern needs oil)
* InterchangeableAntimatterKeys
* InstantSedation
* LampshadeHanging (You can use a plank to cross a trap and then safely retrieve the plank ''before stepping off it;'' the game explains that [[VoodooShark "Fortunately, you are putting yourself through college by performing as a contortionist in a local sideshow"]])
* LockedDoor
* MischiefMakingMonkey (Watch out, or it'll steal all your stuff)
* MonogenderMonsters (Lionesses)
* {{Mummy}}
* [[NightmareFuel/VideoGames Nightmare Fuel]] (Mummies)
* NightVisionGoggles (Nightglasses)
* NoAnimalsWereHarmed (You can find tranquilizer guns, but no conventional firearms)
* RandomlyGeneratedLevels
* TechnicalPacifist (There's no killing the animals, but you can permanently immobilize them in nets)
* WalletOfHolding (Doubly subverted; gold weighs you down, but you can magically ''bank'' it from certain locations within the pyramid)
* WhipItGood (Averted; the bullwhip frightens animals but can't injure them)
* WizardNeedsFoodBadly

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