Exit19.pl: Curse of Maya Treasure

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By | July 7, 2021

by Exit19.pl (website)

Ofiar Oświęcimskich 19, 50-069 Wrocław

2-4 players

£67.00 360.00 zł

Languages: EN, PL

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A part of ancient capital of the Maya — the lost Tikal — was found in the middle of Guatemalan jungle. The ruins housed a secret entrance to the Temple of the Great Jaguar. According to notes of archaeology professor Georg Tillman, the most famous Mayan structure hides three hearts which can give the power to rule the world. The professor went missing during one of excursions to research this extraordinary civilization. Legends told by inhabitants of a nearby village say he was killed by the curse of Mayan treasure which he was also searching for. You decide to find and claim these coveted artifacts on your own. However, it will not be an easy task. The Maya were able to miraculously hide their most precious treasures. What’s more, ghosts of rulers and their guards who inhabit the temple for centuries surely won’t welcome you withopen arms…
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Provisionally rated between 35 and 35 out of 5

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Some elements like sound and special effects were kind of lost while playing the online version of this game. For instance, our avatar had to inform us as we couldn't tell where something had opened due to our inputs. But overall, we were distracted by the scenery and watching how certain mechanisms worked that we forgot about some of the shortcomings. Especially when we successfully retrieved the three hearts and made grandpa proud!
Curse of Maya Treasure is one of those games where I have to not let the frustrations of one specific puzzle overshadow the rest of the game. The puzzle in question did in fact make good sense, but allowed for plenty of false trails in the process of working it out, which for us were made much worse by an unfortunate tech fail. That aside, it was a small but pretty game with a mostly low difficulty level; my favourite thing about it was in fact the cool clock showing our remaining time.

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