This independently published game was sold in conjunction with the exhibition of King Tut's treasures that toured the United States in the late 1970's. Packaged in a cardboard poster tube, the game consists of a laminated mapsheet, six plastic pawns, a set of 27 cards, and a standard six-sided die. The object of this roll-and-move game is to be the first player to reach King Tut's mummy in the burial room of his tomb. As described in the rules, "the game is one of twists of fate, some skillful play, and amusing excitement." The publisher (The Prince and The Pirate Co.) is listed on the back of the rulebook as a "P.J. Bennett Enterprise" - possibly indicating the name of the designer?