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Nov 29, 2010 | 2:59 AM EST
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Who is Aurora, and why is everyone so afraid of her? You probably don't want to be around to find out, even though it seems as though she's very interested in meeting you...

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moshinggothmoshinggoth

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 11, 2011

tis fun

I really enjoyed it :)



Cloud69225Cloud69225

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars October 11, 2011

awesome

took me a while to realise how to make the bomb but amazing game



hourderhourder

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 8, 2011

omg

no matter where you go outside that moon looks like a freaking eye ball


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JmaoJmao

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 15, 2011

A Creepy Western Ghost Story

The people working at PastelGames have a unique talent for crafting uniquely smart, entertaining games that have that distinctly cold Eastern European feel to them (Covert Front, Submachine, Daymare Town). I was not disappointed after playing Aurora (Chapter 1) because they took the idea of an Old Western ghost town and ran with it.

The use of colors in the paint, the music, and the quick changes of background mood make this game really intriguing. I can't wait for subsequent chapters.

Finally, for those giving this game low scores because of what they feel to be a lack of resolution, read the title. It's great that you have a large vocabulary, but we started learning the titles of things after we learned how to read words.


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Inazuma-1Inazuma-1

Rated 1 / 5 stars August 14, 2011

Very Anticlimactic.

In fact, there is NO climax at all. Nothing gets resolved, we don't learn a damn thing, and apart from an image in a book we never even see this Aurora woman. You're just expected to turn tail and leave the town on the trolley. This was a major letdown and first I thought it was the "bad" ending. Turns out, thats the ONLY ending in this game. I was ready to confront this Aurora woman and learn her motivations for sacking these towns before engaging her in some kind of fight, but no such thing ever happens. Very disappointing because until then I was getting into the story. You, sir, fail at telling an engaging story.