Free-to-play title Treasures of Montezuma Blitz is getting a bug patch next week in North America and Europe next week, updating the game to version v1.80. Changes include bug fixes, new features and improvements to the game. You can find a full changelog of the changes below.
Recently release PS Vita Firmware v1.80 has another undocumented feature. This time, it’s enabled games with local-only trophies to be synced to the PlayStation Network. Free-to-play title Treasures of Montezuma Blitz is one title to benefit from the update.
Treasures of Montezuma Blitz on the PS Vita has been updated yet again. The new patch updates the game to version v1.70 and is 52MB in size. The patch fixes a few bugs and adds a few new features to the game. A full changelog is included below, as well as screenshots of the new features.
Treasures of Montezuma Blitz has 13 trophies that can be unlocked. Unfortunately, the trophies cannot currently be synced to the PlayStation Network, so they won’t appear on your PSN Profile – they will remain on your PS Vita until the bug can be resolved.
A new update for Treasures of Montezuma Blitz is now available on the PlayStation Vita. The update, which is 52MB in size, fixes trophy unlocking so the game doesn’t need to be restarted among other fixes.
Treasures of Montezuma Blitz has been updated on the PlayStation Vita to version v1.50. The update, which is 52MB in size, adds a number of improvements to the game, including various tournament related changes, and the addition of Trophies.
Treasures of Montezuma Blitz (ToMBlitz for short) is a free-to-play game on the PlayStation Vita that was released on March 21st 2012 on the PlayStation Store. ToMBlitz is a puzzle game that utilizes some of the hardware features of the Vita console, including the touch screen and rear touch pad.