Hmm, maybe someone in the Fediverse might be able to help me out with this one…
We used to have a game when I was younger, some cheap game that we got on CD. It was set during the Aztec empire, and it followed a young boy who gets framed for a crime and chased by soldiers.
It was a Myst-like puzzle game, first person, with prerendered backgrounds and minimal 3D animation. You had to solve puzzles to progress through the story. (Cont…)
It was remarkably educational, and pretty accurate for being such a cheap game. You're chased through the chinampas plots surrounding the city on boats. There are times when you explore ancient Aztec temples and learn about their mythology and meet Aztec priests.
I can't for the life of me remember the name of it. It was probably released circa. 1997-2004 sometime???
Can anyone help me out? ^^;
@Rheall Possibly Sanitarium? It had one or two Aztec-themed sections...
@Rheall Oh... nevermind... I did not see the first person part.
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