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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Players dig and sift in search of cards that complete pictures of ancient Egyptian treasures.
In Mummy Rummy, players dig and sift for Egyptian treasures like artifacts from the tomb of Tutankhamun. As in gin rummy, the object is to form sets of like cards, but the fun of Mummy Rummy is that each card shows a portion of an artifact, so the three-card sets--in black or white groups within five color suits--combine to depict ancient Egyptian treasures (including mummies, of course). A descriptive guide accompanying the 45-card deck shows the 25 possible artifacts and identifies each of the treasures, including cat mummies, coffin lids, and a painted, earthenware canopic jar containing a mummified liver, circa 2000 B.C. This game is an excellent introduction to gin rummy, and children will appreciate the complexity of matching parts of pictures to form a whole image. Players will also enjoy the game's clever mimicking of an archaeological expedition with the dig (draw) and sift (discard) piles. Mummy Rummy is the winner of a Parents' Choice Award and a National Parenting Publications Honors Award.See all Product Description
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I was attracted to the beautiful images and the colored borders of the cards. We used the key on the instruction sheet to see what matches we could make as we went through the... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Elder care worker
When I dealt the cards and my husband turned them over, he blurted, "What on EARTH?!"
Needless to say, my husband and my almost 14 year old daughter were not all... Read more
The product is colorful and with interesting photoes, but not worth the price. Want to play rummy? A regular set of cards will suffice for a lot less money.Published on January 16, 2011 by Susie
Got this for a family with a young boy. They like it but aren't as enthused about it as they were with Loot. Play Loot all the time. Seems a little complicated.Published on April 2, 2009 by J. Carr
This is an unsual and fun game that my kids love. It ranges from challenging to pretty difficult, so it's fun to play with them as well. Read morePublished on January 7, 2007 by maximum verbosity