I realize chances are slim, but I figure it's worth a shot asking, nonetheless. It's a game that I've played as a very young child and have moved countries since (but I'm pretty sure I've lost all pieces as well, long time ago). I'll try to provide as much details as I can dredge up from memory.
- The game was played by several players (max of 4, I believe). The end goal / winning conditions, I cannot remember, unfortunately, but I do believe it was each player for his own (and against the rest).
- The game board wasn't small, think Monopoly sized and up.
- Players moved around with dice rolls.
- The setting was in an jungle overrun temple.
- It consists of multiple pieces besides the players and a flat board, since there were turning bridges depending on certain conditions. These bridges were actual separate pieces (a cardboard rectangle on a wooden button, but still) which added a hint of 3D to the game.
- It's at least 20 years old (played late 1990s - early 2000s).
- This is the general path the game takes, it's a road around a pool of water with platforms inside, reachable by;
- The turning bridges. These I remember were 1 square wide and are turning depending on certain conditions in the game (and there may have been crossroad / + shaped 'bridges' as well), and could be turned back, to prevent a player from crossing it, by;
- 'Pressure' plates around the path that when stepped on control a particular bridge's rotation.
- Statues, that I recall as being semblances of Aztec statues, as to their function (if any), unfortunately - nothing there.
- A certain platform stood out among the others, and I believe it was the center one, if that's where the game goal was residing, I draw blanks.
- Each platform had a certain reason to be visited, but again, what that might have been, has been lost with time.
I wish I could remember more (and if I do, I will most certainly update the question). I apologize if I'm asking too much, but the memory recently got under my skin, and I'd love to figure out what it was at least, even if unable to buy it anywhere. I hope my hazy drawings and description do not confuse a kind soul that might actually know what the game is.
The game is not:
Curse of the Idol - But it looks VERY close to it in terms of mechanics, settings, and I believe, gameplay - an excellent reference point. One main difference would be that most additional components were made of cardboard (like the game board walls in this one).