The newest adventure game from Google takes players on a top-down tour of old Mesoamerica.
Google’s Arts & Culture department has produced a charming new educational game that teaches players approximately ancient civilization Mesoamerica.
The game The Descent of the Serpent is currently available through into the Google Arts & Culture Android and iPhone apps as well as through your web browser.
The delicate plot of Descent of the Serpent is explained in a new movie that occurs at the beginning of the game.
A living monument approaches you and requests your help in recovering 20 symbols that were on a sizable artefact that Tezcatlipoca, the Lord of the Smoking Mirror, was able to steal from you as you entered a museum.
This will ensure that the planet will be saved from impending catastrophic inundation.
Museum of Anthropology
A little film that appears at the commencement of the game explains the light plot of Descent of the Serpent.
A working and living statue needs to ask for your assistance to recover 20 icons that were on a large artefact that Tezcatlipoca,
the Lord of the Smoking Mirror, stole while you were exploring a museum. Doing so will prevent the entire world from being overrun by floods.
The game, which has been created in collaboration with Mexico’s National Museum of Anthropology, has a highest, streamlined gameplay style similar to The Legend of Zelda games.
To find the missing icons, which appear as gold coins, you must explore beautiful (albeit constrained) settings.