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Video Game
Name
Azteca: Queen of Quetzalcoatl
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Windows 2003 Reimplementation
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Release Date
2003-00-00
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[User summary]

"Azteca: Queen of Quetzalcoatl" is a reimplementation of the game by the original designer (Paul Norman).

Gameplay differences from the original game (Commodore 64 version):
-) main character is female;
-) two levels removed (#2 - avoid falling blocks on the stairway - and #4 - travel through Mexico avoiding snakes, spiders and other nasty critters);
-) one level added (at the end): a swordfight;
-) the bridge now precedes the lake and has vultures as an additional danger to avoid (ducking instead of jumping);
-) levels may be skipped and do not loop (there's a final victory sequence).

Freely playable via your Internet browser.
CAUTION: the program may contain material not suitable for sensitive viewers. Parental Guidance is advised.

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