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Auro on Kickstarter

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From the developers who made 100 Rogues and Cardinal Quest (and others they call themselves Dinofarm Games) comes Auro on Kickstarter.

QuoteAURO is a turn-based, dungeon crawling strategy game that will be released on many platforms: iOS, Android, Windows, OSX, Linux, and more.

The simple-yet-deep gameplay is easy to learn, but difficult to master. AURO is designed to be replayed infinitely, with each game presenting fun and interesting new challenges.


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A game from known developers and it will be on Linux, here's one to watch, they aren't asking for much either they need $7,500 and they have $2,571 already so with 27 days still to go this one is a sure hit.

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Rustybolts Jun 2, 2012
I've seen this before, have covered this before? I think they did a kickstarter last year or 8bit funding or somat like that.
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