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Aztec Challenge

Aztec Challenge (C64) game cover art
Platform: Commodore 64
Tags: Action
Developer: Cosmi


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Aztec Challenge review

Reviewed April 28, 2009

sashanan says: "The shortest possible summary of Aztec Challenge would be 'an exercise in coordination, concentration and patience disguised as a game'. You play the role of a young Aztec trying to make his way through a treacherous temple alive, navigating him through seven different levels. While very simple to control, the game manages to put up a real challenge for even the experienced gamer, and ranks among the most difficult Commodore 64 games ever created. With only a few design flaws and overall smooth ..."
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