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Friday Fun: Aztec Mind

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This week’s game will put your puzzle solving skills to the test as you work to successfully create an exit by rearranging gold blocks on each level. Do you have what it takes to defeat this wicked brain teaser or will it defeat you?

Aztec Mind

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The first board screen you see will let you choose the desired difficulty level before continuing. For our example we chose Easy.

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The first level serves as an intro to game play. You will need to move the Gold Blocks so that you have clear access to the exit on the right side of the screen. Keep in mind that you can only move blocks (Gold and Green) backwards and forwards in the direction of their longest sides (i.e. either up/down or left/right).

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Once you have opened up access to the exit, left click on the Green Block and hold the mouse button while dragging it towards the exit. Once it starts to go through the exit the game will grab it and finish the process. Let go of the Green Block too soon and you will have to grab and move it again.

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A Progress Saved Screen will appear at the end of each level along with your score for that level. If you need to take a break from playing, then this is the perfect spot to do so.

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The second and third levels for your viewing pleasure. Still not bad at this point…

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The fifth level is where the challenge starts to step up a bit… Patience from this point forward is definitely going to be a requisite as you determine how and where to move all the blocks.

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Here is the solution for the fifth level to help get you on your way. Good luck and have fun with this brain teaser!

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Play the Game

Aztec Mind

Akemi Iwaya (Asian Angel) is our very own Firefox Fangirl who enjoys working with multiple browsers and loves 'old school' role-playing games. Visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 02/24/12

Comments (2)

  1. hmmm

    strangely similar to another game released long before…

  2. Baggins

    @hmmm A lot of games are rehashes of old ideas- especially in the puzzle genre. The important thing is how well the developer has implemented any given iteration of the concept.

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