This arena features a Stage Fatality, where opponents can be uppercut into a spiked ceiling at the top. If both players held down during the Stage Fatality, then the corpse would fall to the ground, followed by a pained/worried "oooooooooh!".
In Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks, the tomb appears only as part of the Soul Tombs' structures, where the sorcerer Shang Tsung regains his youth and powers. The place is ridden with corpses still attached to torture devices. It is only possible to reach the soul chamber by vivisecting the bodies beside it, thus unlocking the mechanism to open the door. The Kombat Tomb itself house the familiar ceiling spikes, but it is also possible to throw an opponent through the walls to their deaths. Baraka appears as the boss for this stage.
- An early version of Mortal Kombat II, the Yin Yang symbol on the floor is missing.
- In the all platform versions of MKT, spiked ceiling is longer than in MKII.
- There is a musical mistake in the Sega Genesis version of MKII, in which the Kombat Tomb stage plays the background music intended for the Tower stage.