Wrath of Anubis
You really have to feel bad for ancient rulers of empires past. It's like, they stow every last artifact, relic, and jeweled chalice into gilded tombs just to keep them safe for the trip to the underworld, but they may as well just put a big, gleaming bullseye in the scarab motif on the front door. There will always be some ne'er-do-well, Stetson-clad treasure hunter with a glint of gold in their eye who can read five dead languages for no apparent reason and has their spelunking boots all laced up. Prepare for an adventure alongside one such hero in the latest platformer from JFlashGaming, Fortune Hunter: Wrath of Anubis.
The controls and setup are pretty much standard fare for a game of this type. Use the [arrow] keys to move, [space] to jump, tapping it again in the air to double-jump, and the [up] and [down] arrows to open doors and chests respectively. There's also some wall-jumping action involved, which is explained by the game when you'll need it. Other mechanics and the like will be explained as you explore level after level, trouncing baddies and collecting golden idols that allow you to move from one leg of the tomb to the next.
Platforming in this game is fairly tight, although occasionally the wall-jumping won't operate as smoothly as you'd like. There's also a brief learning curve in jumping on enemies' heads; the hit box is right on their insidious craniums, so make sure you bop them there and nowhere else. Once you're past those hiccups, however, the action's top-notch, and some of the trickier chests will require all of your platforming skill to locate. There's all manner of deadly traps and marauding mummies to keep you on your toes, and the retro-esque adventure style ought to keep you entertained for however long you decide to hunt for your fortune.