Upcoming Retro Aztec CitySim (Like Pharaoh, or Cesar III)

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  1. Aztec-Empire

    Aztec-Empire New Member

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    Hey dear Citybuilding Fan :cool:,
    are you looking for a cool Retrostyle Aztec Citysim?
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    We are working on one right now!! Check it out in this video:


    We are heavily inspired by classics like Pharaoh, Ceasar 3 and Anno so we wanted to develop all the cool functions of those masterpieces.
    - You can build tons of different houses and establish your economy in the jungle.
    - Level up your citizens by providing them different wealthful goods.
    - Praise the fascinating aztecish gods by building shrines, temples and giant monuments.
    - Fight desasters such as fire, desease or even volcanoes
    - Trade goods and manage diplomacy with your neighbours by using an overview map of ancient Mexico.
    - Play an atmospheric scenario and dive into the history of the Aztecs by getting to know very important characters in their odyssey.

    In June you'll get the chance to play the free demo and support us on Kickstarter. By supporting the Kickstarter you will get early access to the latest functions. :)

    If you want more information visit our Website: www.Aztec-Empire-Game.com
    We also have a Discord Server with a lovely Community. https://discord.gg/CDHU8nD

    Happy building!! ;)
     

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