ride itself is an interactive dark ride with laser guns and targets. It
works differently from Tomb Blaster and Duel, as the targets are trickier to
hit. I didn't find this a bad thing though as it stops the fact there are
fewer targets to hit becoming as big a problem. There are still some points
where the car stops, where you find yourself the same couple of targets
several times, but it doesn't get uninteresting at any point.
is that although there is a plot to this ride, it's easy to overlook. It
involves a treasure hunter trying to retrieve treasure from a tomb before an
evil treasure hunter. You can tell he's evil because he has a silent movie
villains moustache. The trouble is this gets overlooked due to the
distraction of the gun game. I think it would have been better to have a
simpler plot, so more emphasis could have been put on the gun game aspect.
not a bad ride. The scenery is of a nice quality, but it's on not that great
a scale. The smaller scale and the simplistic route makes it feel like a
good filler ride, rather than a major attraction. With the marketing
campaign of this ride I was expecting something that would be better than
the Terror Tomb at Chessington, this feels like a step back from that. It's
a nice ride, but not one worth going out of your way for, especially if
you've done Tomb Blaster or Duel. Hopefully once the initial novelty has
worn off the queues will be shorter, and this will be a nice addition to
Legoland's ride line up.