Winter is here – and along with the freezing cold, the season delivers not one but TWO Sydney Hunter games for 50% off the original retail price 🙂
Whether you prefer to play on your trusty PC or original SNES hardware, get ready for a real challenge with Sydney Hunter and the Curse of the Mayan (Steam) for a shamefully low $4.99 (normally $9.99) and Sydney Hunter and the Caverns of Death (SNES) for only $19.99 (retail edition with cart, box, and color manual – normally $39.99)! The Nintendo Switch version of Curse of the Mayan (NOA-only) is also currently on sale for $9.99 and will remain so for another week.
Sydney Hunter and the Curse of the Mayan
Sydney Hunter and the Caverns of Death
Both games have been created by famed YouTuber/streamer John Lester (a.k.a. Gamester81) and his associates at CollectorVision Games – true retro console experts capable of programming games in Assembly … as intended by the gods!
Let the Games Begin!
The latest installment in the Sydney Hunter franchise, Sydney Hunter and the Curse of the Mayan pays homage to the Commodore 64 classic Montezuma’s Revenge as our hero gets trapped inside a Mayan pyramid and soon discovers that Kukulkan has made a mess of the sacred Haab calendar (a Very Bad Thing™). Widespread chaos and a time freeze will certainly follow if the Haab calendar isn’t located and put back together … and that’s where YOU come in. Can you defeat 13 powerful Mayan gods and beat the Curse of the Mayan?
Armed only with a trusty boomerang in Sydney Hunter and the Caverns of Death, our adventurer must navigate the dark caverns under Mt. Doom (located in the mysterious Sundial Island) while avoiding bats, ghosts, lava, and other white-hot hazards. If you can survive all 12 caverns, you’ll win your freedom. If not, the Volcano God will thank you for another hearty meal!
Sydney Hunter and the Curse of the Mayan (Steam and Switch) and Sydney Hunter and the Caverns of Death (SNES) have been featured in a number of outlets – including IGN, Gaming Lyfe,GoNintendo, Nintendo Everything, My Gamer, and Perfectly Nintendo.
Read more about Sydney Hunter and the Curse of the Mayan here and Sydney Hunter and the Caverns of Death here.