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The Game

Inspired by Aztec legend, Aztaka will casts you into the middle of a war between the Gods and Mankind. Who will prevail? As Huitzilo, heir of the Sun God, skilled in both the arts of combat and magic, only you can save your people from the wrath of the Aztec Gods.

Aztaka features graphics of a quality never before seen in a game of this type. Grand, richly-detailed backdrops and fluid character animations will plunge you into the legend of Huitzilo and his quest to collect the seven Phonograms.

With 21 levels, Aztaka provides a veritable new universe for Action/RPG fans to explore.

Features

-Manipulate spiritual energy to solve mysteries and vanquish foes

-Enhance and customize your character by training skills and abilities, and acquiring ancient artifacts.

-Embark on optional side-quests to acquire valuable items and gold.

-Visit shops to buy and sell potions, rings, piercings and skills to aid in your travels.

-Challenging yet simple spell casting system

-Twenty-one unique and detailed levels
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