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Aurora 2

rated 4.29 / 5 stars
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Adventure - Point 'n Click

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Oct 5, 2011 | 1:51 PM EDT

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Follow the story of aurora and misery she creates all around. Find yourself walking in her footsteps. Or meybe it's her following you?



Rated 0 / 5 stars

The same bug

The same bug


Rated 0 / 5 stars


I had the same bug as AusGameRager. Using Mozilla.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Possible Bug

Hey mate,

I didn't play this so ignore the 10 stars, I just didn't want to give it an unfair low stars. For some reason when I started the game at it skipped the intro. While I was on the first screen I turned up my volume on my keyboard and I scrolled the screen down with the mouse wheel. All of a sudden the game started flashing through all of the images and skipped to chapter 2. After about 5 seconds it did the same thing to Chpater 3, and so on all the way until the end. Not sure if it had anything to do with the mouse scroll or whatever, but there might be a possible problem there.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


i loved the first one, and like when people use countries that is not used so often. and that you added Norway, just made me LOVE this game even more(some partly couse im from norway xD) anyways, i've waited long for this game to come, and the waiting was not in vain! 10/10 and 5/5. love your work, dont quit it ;)


Rated 3 / 5 stars

I have mixed thoughts on this one

I liked the art style a lot. The ambience set by the music was also pretty nice, and the interface was easy enough to use.

However, while I am a fan of old school point and click games, this one feels a bit lazy in that regard. At any given point, there is really only one thing you can do. Start at screen A, move your mouse until you find the hotspot C, go to screen B, talk to character C... Wait, he just stands there unless I show him item D? There's no initial dialogue, or experimenting with other items. It feels sterile.

I understand if this is supposed to be a demo, given how short it is. But this feels way too linear, and after chapter 2 started, I began asking myself "why is this even playable?" As you can only do one thing at any given time, why does the game need anything from the player to advance the story?

Just make this into a graphic novel. It has everything going for it except the overly linear gameplay.

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