The players walk in and hear Egyptian music playing. They see the four sarcophagus walls flash hieroglyphics.
The players find and simultaneously touch three scarabs positioned on different sarcophagus walls. This stops the flashing. Only three different hieroglyphics remain lit.
There are multiple tiles on each wall of the room. The players have to find and simultaneously touch three tiles that match the three different hieroglyphics that remained lit on the sarcophagus walls.
The Egyptian music stops. There is an unlocking sound. The coffin lid opens 10 degrees. The Egyptian music plays at a faster speed.
The sarcophagus walls flash hieroglyphics. The players find and simultaneously touch the three scarabs positioned on different sarcophagus walls. This stops the flashing. This time, three more complex hieroglyphics remain lit.
Repeat steps 3, 4, 5, and 3.
The Egyptian music stops. There is an unlocking sound followed by rustling and spiritual sounds. The sarcophagus lid opens fully, and the players see Hatshepsut's infinite path to the afterlife.
Users did not immediately understand the role of the scarabs. Clues around the room - for example a path of scarabs leading up to the sarcophagus could be helpful as an initial clue to get the game started.For purposes of demonstration, creating one wall with climbing elements would've helped demonstrate the physical nature of the room better (for example one mural wall with rock climbing elements, so users see how fun it is to jump from the walls back down to the sarcophagus).