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As they wandered through Mexico, the Aztec, or Mexica, as they later called themselves, searched for the sign prophesied by their God, Huitzilopochtli - an eagle, perched on a cactus, eating a snake. There, they would settle. Many years later, in 1325, the Mexica finally found the sign they sought and settled in their home on an island in Lake Texcoco. They spent the next 200 years exploring their chosen home and building their famous capital city Tenochtitln. They built dams to channel the water around land on which they built their homes. They called the building groups that were contained within the canals Calpulli. The Calpulli formed the basis for Aztec society. In this game, the players return to the time of the Mexica. They build districts (Calpulli) surrounded by canals, build bridges connecting the districts, and build buildings in the districts. Players score points for founding districts and, twice in the games, for the buildings they have built in the districts. The player who scores the most points will win the game. For 2-4 players aged 10 and up. Playing time of 60-90 minutes.  

 
 
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