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A Maya pyramid was finally found by an archaeological exploring party after ten-year search.
This pyramid is located in the middle of a great forest and nobody found it before.
It was only said in the dictation legend of modern Maya tribe.
This pyramid is said also ancient Maya King Sun’s grave.
There is a code lock formed with Maya sculptures on the stone gate. Players have to turn crosswise Maya sculptures. If above three Maya sculptures are drawn up in orderly ranks, players can make the sculptures sink and disappear inside.
But if the above Maya sculptures sink below, they will fill up the entire secret gate.
Once players start decode Maya sculptures, they switch on the apparatus.
Whenever they finish a rank of figures, they make the apparatus go backwards.
If there are more connecting numbers of the figures, the more the apparatus go backwards.
If the apparatus goes to the button, players are dead.

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