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look at the upper right corner of the boxes


Ooh, and to think that I did try looking at the photo :D

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Hi


could someone confirm if the game was released last weekend at the Amstrad Eterno event? If so, is there any information about where to download (order) ?




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Well judging from all the pics of the game and disks at the event on twitter and their site I'd say it definitely WAS released!

I'm not sure if they're taking orders or offering downloads yet.

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Info as far as i know:

The game was a temporal esclusive for backers of the "Enciclopedia Homebrew Vol. 2" crowdfunding campaign.

Last saturday were delivered the copies to the backers who attended the Amstrad Eterno event. This week will ship the rest of copies.

The game will be available for free download somewhen in this week or next week.

There will be another physical release in RetroMadrid 2017 at the end of april. I do not know if it will be posible to order copies directly from their website, but i am gessing it will be possible somewhen in the future.

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Guys, in case you haven't checked out the original Enciclopedia Homebrew - do try and find a copy. It's massive and it's beautiful. Lots of Amstrad material in it as well, and even though my Spanish is extremely BASIC (see what I did there) I had a great time reading or browsing through it. So when vol2 was announced I had to get it - that this awesome-looking game is a bonus to it is a different matter :)

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During the last few years we've been keeping you up to date with the latest developments regarding 4Mhz's Amstrad homebrew platformer ' The Lost Treasure of Cuauhtemoc', which had the look of a Rick Dangerous game, mashed up with a little bit of Castlevania and Pentacorn Quest. Well as of today we are pleased to announce (thanks to a heads up by Mcklain), the game is finally available to download as both DSK and CDT based format.

http://www.indieretronews.com/2017/04/the-lost-treasure-of-cuauhtemoc-eagerly.html
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El Tesoro Perdido de Cuauhtemoc was awarded a rating of 92% and a Retro Gamer Sizzler in the latest issue of Retro Gamer (issue 170) - although they spelt the game's title incorrectly. :P