|Action, RPG, Indie|
|Microsoft Windows and macOS|
|Retail Localization Information|
|Interface Language(s) |
|Retail Minimum Specifications|
|Operating System(s) |
Windows XP / Vista
Mac OS X 10.7
Intel Pentium 4 2.0 GHz
Intel Core 2 Duo
Shader Model 2.0 Support
ATI Radeon 3870
|Graphics RAM |
| DirectX |
|HDD Space |
|North American Release Date(s)|
May 7, 2009
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Overview[edit | edit source]
Aztaka is an action RPG 2D side-scrolling video game for the Windows platform. The game is set in the Aztek period, with characters and story being re-interpretations of Aztec mythology and pre-Hispanic Mexican culture. It puts the player in the role of an Aztec warrior named Huitzilo who must gather 7 Phonographs to save his civilization from its angry gods.
Controls[edit | edit source]
The game is controlled with the WASD keys and the mouse. The keyboard makes Huitzilo move and jump like in a platform game. The mouse is used to drag-and-drop on-screen energy particles. Doing this allows the player to modify parts of the game world, as well as unlock a variety of doorways or pick-up previously unattainable items. As the player progresses in the game, he gains containers that allows him to store on-screen energy particles for later use. The mouse is also used to cast spells, both offensive and defensive, by selecting them from the bottom-screen magic inventory and then clicking at on-screen targets in succession to launch them.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
The gameplay is reminiscent of an old-school action role-playing game. The player climbs, crawls and jumps his way around a level to explore it and find new items. Experience points are gained for every enemy killed, and they are spend to upgrade the character's attributes and special skills. There is also an inventory screen where discovered items can be equipped and where merchandise bought from merchants (like potions) can be used.
Art and audio[edit | edit source]
Artwork throughout the game reflects historical mesoamerica, with square-shaped pyramids, stone temples, mystic engravings, dense jungles, and barren mountaintops. The game's musical score features vocals, flute, cello, organ, and drums.