Chaac (also spelled Chac or, in Classic Mayan, Chaahk [t͡ʃaːhk]) is a rain god and fertility deity. He is both one and manifold: there are four Chaacs, one for each cardinal direction. Chaac is often represented holding axes and snakes, which he used to hit the clouds and make rain (with assistance from dwarves). According to some sources, Chac is one of the Bacabs.
Mayan God. El habitante Maya tiene que descifrar una serie de problemas en un mundo dominado por los dioses. Juega dando click sobre las estructuras mientras el guerrero maya fortalece su sabiduria.