Tut's Tomb is a puzzle video game developed by Rick LaPlante and published by Microsoft in the Microsoft Entertainment Pack 2 for Windows 3 in 1991. It is a video game version of the card game pyramid solitaire and one of many Microsoft card games.
Although I never owned this game, some friends of mine did, so I was able to play it various times throughout the 1990s.
I don't own this game, but have beaten it various times.
Best Version: Windows 3
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- The game is a nice bare-bones version of pyramid solitaire.
- The ability to change the card back is a nice feature.
- The game is multimedia-challenged, using the default 16-color Windows palette and lacking sound and music.
- The game doesn't include any of the more interesting variations of pyramid solitaire.
- Although the play field expands to accommodate larger monitors, it doesn't adjust the spacing between the cards, so they're always stuck at the top.