Description of Aztec
Aztec (aka アズテック) is a video game published in 1984 on Commodore 64 by Datamost, Inc.. It's an action game, set in an arcade and platform themes, and was also released on Atari 8-bit, Apple II and PC-88.
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ozmobike 2018-10-13 0 point
Definitely one of my favorite games.. played it on Apple II+ and Commodore 64.. Hated those creepers.. And the anxiety when you finally were able to find "The Idol".. thnx!!
softwarejanitor 2018-03-13 0 point
Is Paul Stephenson still around? People like John Romero (of id software fame) are looking for him.
FWIW, I luuuuved Aztec and also Swashbuckler back in the day. Great games that were really amazing to be possible on a machine as limited as the Apple II.
Falstaff 2016-05-24 3 points
My uncle Paul Stephenson designed this game in the 80s. He was one of the most unique people I've ever known. Physicist in Louisiana who designed his own home, with the skeleton in the shape of a geodesic dome. Very fun game, hard though. Released closely with Indiana Jones!
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