Aztec Challenge CD32 - 1982 challenging classic may be coming to the Amiga!

A double heads up for Sunday, as we've not only been told by Saberman, but as of this afternoon, Per Ola has also mentioned that the classic game of 'Aztec Challenge' may be coming to the Commodore Amiga CD32 as a remake developed by Cobe, D4rk 3lf and Bluegestalt. If you've not heard of this game before, it was originally released in 1982 by Paul Norman, and see's your character through seven different dangerous levels such as spear throwing aztecs, climbing dangerous stairs, and the crossing of a deadly bridge.

Although a more detailed description and the history of 'Aztec Challenge' can be found on its wikipedia page, but in regards to the remake however... We have been told that this is a remake of the first level of the C64 version of the hit game Aztec Challenge, and features 50fps 3D Precalc animations, hires sprites, Cutscene Cinematics and a new remix of the Aztec Challenge's music on C64. So head on over to the download link below, and if you like it, the team may remake some of the other levels too!

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