Tomb Time (ピラミッド けんせつちゅう lit. Pyramid Under Construction in Japanese) is the ninth level and is the fourth level of the second warp room in Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped and the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy remaster of the third game. Crash is warped back to Ancient Egypt in this level. This level introduces players to common elements in the Egyptian levels such as slippery oil-covered floors and switches that open doors.
There is a secret path that is normally accessed with the purple gem. It allows the player to get all boxes in the level and contains a secret clear gem. However, the path can be accessed without the purple gem by long-jumping left from the middle of the stretch before the stairs to the end of the level, and then long-jumping across the platforms. An extra life trick can be performed here by breaking the crates at the start of the level and then entering time trial. After this the player should kill Crash (or pause the game and restart the trial) and then repeat the process. Since no lives are lost in time trial mode, this can be done unlimited times.
The name of this level could be a reference to Tool Time, the show-within-a-show from the sitcom Home Improvement.
Two extra lives can be found on each side of the Cortex/Sphinx head at the start of the level using the bazooka.
In the N. Sane Trilogy, it's possible to achieve the Riddle Of The Sphinx trophy early. This can be done by glitch slide jumping the edge and belly flopping. The player will be awarded the trophy when both lives are collected.
A few ! crates in this level activate moving platforms. This is the only level in this game that contains such crates that do something other than filling in outline crates, which were also found in a few levels in Crash Bandicoot, most notably The Lab.
The purple gem path was originally a death route, and the gem path was in Gone Tomorrow instead.