Aztec Bricks

Full version game

$ 9.99 USD

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Welcome to the world of the Mayas and Aztecs. Break bricks in this ancient time as you try to pass more than 100 levels. Flying skulls and red-hot stones are among the challenges you will face, but there will be helpers there to aid you, too. Be careful in Aztec Bricks!

  • 120 levels.
  • 36 power-ups.
  • 5 bosses to beat.
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows 2000/XP/VISTA/7/8
  • CPU: 600MHz or faster Processor
  • RAM: 128 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
Aztec Bricks


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Aztec Bricks 4.3 5 3 3
Have Never Done This Before......................... Stopped playing a game before the demo ends to rush over and submit my review - lol - guess I'm hooked! Graphics: Nothing bright and shiny, colors muted. I like that because it doesn't detract from the game play. Sound: Ok sound effects. Background music very tribal with the drums going. Very authentic. Game Play: And this is where I became frustrated and then ............... fell in love - lol. This plays as with any brick breaking game. There is a paddle at the bottom of the screen. Your goal is to break all the bricks and level up. By breaking bricks you can get bonuses and power ups (or downs). What I loved about this game (but initially frustrated me) was that there are no instructions. Every game, whether brick breaking or not, has it's own little nuances. Here, you just figure them out as you go. What do you know? You have 6 lives, you need to pass 10 levels before you can unlock another play area. If I recall, there were 12 levels to unlock, 2 are already unlocked for you game play pleasure. There are 10 levels in each game area. So, roughly 120 levels. There are 3 difficulty modes per area - ranging from easy to hard. I so thoroughly became entranced in this game I had to stop playing to do my review. This may definitely be a keeper for me. I encourage everyone to try this game, even if you are not a brick breaking aficionado. It's free and it's only an hour. Happy Gaming To All! June 17, 2014
Lots of Fun But Too Short! I must say I really enjoy playing this game and return to it quite often as a stress reliever (really). When you get to the last game of each different level, it becomes extremely hard to get past the skulls of death. Watch out for spiders weaving their webs! The only complaint, and the reason for the four stars, is that somehow this game goes by very quickly. Wish it were longer, with more locations. Other than that, lots of fun. April 7, 2012
Fun and fast This is a great little game to play when you don't have time to sit for a long time. Play different levels and try to beat your own score- I really enjoyed it. Not so easy on the hard level but still fun> May 2, 2013
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