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Avanquest Click & Play King Tut's Tomb

Two for the Price of One

Avanquest gives you the opportunity to explore a Pharaoh’s tomb and various sites in America with a Click & Play title.

Sometimes referred to as the boy Pharaoh, Tutankhamen ruled Egypt from 1333BC until his untimely death in 1323BC.  As was the custom, his body was preserved and buried with the great riches according to his status.  The discovery of his tomb by Howard Carter posed more questions than answers with the result that Tutankhamen has become a popular topic for discussion and also the framework on which several computer games have been based.