Tombs & Treasure Walkthrough



Tombs & Treasure Walkthrough

Welcome to the graphical walkthrough for Tombs & Treasure for the NES. This is a relatively obscure game that was developed by Falcom for the Famicom and ported to the NES by Infocom. This walkthrough goes step-by-step through the required tasks to complete the game. In Tombs & Treasure it's essential to perform certain tasks in the right order or you can get stuck in a dead-end state.

This is strictly a "how to" guide and doesn't go into the dialog or plot of the game. To that extent it's semi-spoiler-free. Still, if you're playing for the first time you probably don't want to jump to the end sections because there will be some surprises.

Contents
  1. Laboratory
  2. Nunnery
  3. Tomb of the Hi-Priest
  4. Castillo Pyramid [1]
  5. Well of Paradise [1]
  6. El Caracol [1]
  7. Court of Columns [1]
  8. El Caracol [2]
  9. Court of Columns [2]
  10. Castillo Pyramid [2]
  11. El Caracol [3]
  12. Temple of Warriors [1]
  13. Well of Paradise [2]
  14. Temple of Warriors [2]
  15. Ball Court
  16. Tomb of the Hi-Priest/Ball Court [1]
  17. Castillo Pyramid [3]
  18. Well of Sacrifice [1]
  19. Well of Sacrifice [2]
  20. Tomb of the Hi-Priest/Ball Court [2]
  21. Shrine of Tentacula




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