· review computeremuzone
The 4 Mhz retromaniac group not only carries out important work to disseminate vintage
games and platforms, but also sponsors games for the Amstrad CPC as interesting as this one, for download in cassette format (necessary to have the memory extension) and on floppy disk.
The treasure belongs to the last monarch of the Aztecs, Cuauhtémoc. Before the Spanish conquerors, led by Hernán Cortés, put an end to this civilization and seeing its end, he decided to hide all his valuable possessions and riches and, now, our intrepid protagonist must find him by saving multiple obstacles, passageways and traps and countless dangers such as Killer bees, snakes, carnivorous fish, spiders ...
We are facing a magnificent game both graphically and musically, to the point of surprising the level in both aspects, taking into account the limitations of the architecture of this machine in permanent competition and eternal debates about which was better, compared to the Spectrum. What is clear is that it is a title with excellent playability, very well done and with a very fluid development on all its screens, regardless of how loaded it is with enemies and mobile elements.
As a curiosity, to comment that the game download is also available for the very rare Enterprise 128 system, courtesy of the Hungarian programmer Geco. A failed computer of British origin that, although it also included the ubiquitous Zilog Z80, barely had the success enjoyed by almost all of its family companions with the same processor, currently being highly valued pieces in the retro market.
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