Created on October 9, 2023
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A Game About the Creation of Present Day Mexico City
- The goal is to make it to the end of the snake.
- Roll the dice to move.
- Once you rolled, move your character the number of spaces shown.
- Watch out for the skulls, they will harm you, the coins will help.
- If multiple players land on the same space, the person who was first on the space has to go back two spaces.
- When you make it to the end, press finish.
- If you make it to a mountain icon, then you can click on it, and be told more about Tenochtitlan.
Good Luck. . .
Over how many people, is it believed, lived in Tenochtitlan?
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You Have Sucessfully Created Tenochitilan!
To play again, press the redo button. . .
Atlacoya causes a drought: Move back two spaces.
Omacatl gives the workers joy, so they work harder: Roll again.
Good weather conditions, you're able to get more work done: Roll again.
Chicomcoalt helps make the land easier to work with: Move forward two spaces.
Huitzilopochtli calls for more human sacrifices, so you loose half your workforce: Go back two spaces.
A storm comes and floods your work site: Go back three spaces.
How they did it. . .
To create Tecochtitlan, the Aztecs had to work day and night. They were supervised by nobles and priests. It took a lot of manual labor to finish the job.
Toci heals all the workers: Go forward one space.
The Aztecs conqure more people, which means more workers: Move three spaces forward.
To finish the game, you have to put in the secret passcode, using what you have learned.
Welcome to the begining of your adventure. . .
According to legend, the Aztecs saw an eagle with a snake in its mouth, and that's why they chose to settle in present day Mexico City.
Xipe-Totec sends a disease: Move back five spaces.
You fall asleep on the job: Miss your next turn.
The importance of Tenochtitlan. . .
Tenochtitlan was an architectural masterpiece. It is believed that over 200,000 people lived there.