Oh Mummy was an arcade game produced by Gem Software for Amstrad computers such as my Spectrum +2. If you can envisage Tomb Raider as a grid of twelve squares, you're there. Your task as an archaeologist or explorer was essentially to steal these antiquarian treasures! There were five grids to negotiate your way through and the usual high score table. In each grid, you uncovered a square by moving the stick man avatar around it, collecting money/treasure in the process. But lurking somewhere were the pursuing mummies! In the form of yellow blobs with eyes. One pursued you on entering the grid, the other was hidden in a square. They could even follow you through the exit to the next grid! There was a scroll hidden in one square that could protect you from one mummy. If you still had some lives left, the exit from the fifth grid took you to the end of the game and safety. This loaded much faster than other cassette-based Spectrum games and filled hours!