Download Auro apk 1.31 free for Android smartphone
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All bump. No grind.
Dinofarm Games - creators of 100 Rogues - are pleased to present Auro: A Monster-Bumping Adventure.
Auro introduces a whole new kind of gameplay: Bumping! What's that? Why, it's the strategic use of movement, magic spells, and straight-up bumping to kill monsters to gain points, and become a master Bumper!
Set in an original fantasy universe, guide the brash, spoiled Prince Auro through procedurally generated dungeons, with only a handful of tactical spells - and your wits - to protect you.
Face a variety of monsters, each with their own cool tactical abilities, and then when they least expect it - give 'em a healthy bump - STRAIGHT INTO THE DRINK!
* PLAY MODE lets you build up your Rank over time, like an online matchmaking ladder!
* Procedurally generated maps meaning you'll never face the same challenge twice
* Deep, interesting, and balanced system of gameplay - you can get better at Auro for years
* Crazy emergent complexity! You'll constantly surprise yourself with what's possible
* Nine unique spells that are the result of years of careful balance and testing
* 10 Tutorial levels to show you how to play (plus 10 that unlock at Rank 5!)
* Quick, no-nonsense gameplay.
* Detailed stat-tracking on our RECORDS screen
* A whole cast of colorful and interesting monsters who will give you somethin' to think about!
* The entire game is made up of vibrant, hand-made and fully animated pixel art
* An original thematic soundrack
* Designed from the ground up for use on touchscreens
* Comes with a tutorial, a web manual, a how-to-play gameplay video, and more ways to help you learn
* From Dinofarm Games, the creators of the hit dungeon-crawler 100 Rogues
Learn more at www.auro-game.com !
Please come say hello at the Dinofarm Forums: http://www.dinofarmgames.com/forum/index.php
The official manual: http://auro-game.com/manual/
Dinofarm Games official site: http://www.dinofarmgames.com
Follow us on Facebook or Twitter at @DinofarmGames!
Like the music? Buy the soundtrack! https://dinofarmgames.bandcamp.com/
Version 1.31 Patch Notes
- Added a Kickstarter icon to the game - support us on Kickstarter!
- Fixed an iPhone 6 display issue
- Fixed some touch map issues. Sorry if you were having a lot of misclicks before!
- Smoothed out the Ranks and added more (there are now 4 Easy, 5 Normal and 5 Hard ranks before Master).
- Slightly more monster variation throughout
Dinofarm Games part of our Strategy and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update June 8, 2015. Google play rating is 86.6859. Current verison is 1.31. Actual size 45.0 MB.
Used to love this Here's my problem with your suggestion of changing my difficulty level if losing 50% or more of my games: I crush Rank 8 like it's child's play. I barely even have to think to finish it off. I feel invincible. Clearly this difficulty is not challenging enough to be rewarding. Then I go (with straight wins) to rank 9. All of a sudden the game is almost unplayable. I can never consistently succeed and am, often times, put in unwinable situations. Balancing needs to be reworked. This game is no longer fun
It's a great game, very addicting. But sometimes it force close when entering a level. Please fix this.
Nice Fun game although some powers seem better than others. Also Liches seem wildly OP compared to all other monsters. Hope they add new monsters soon.
Looks very interesting This game has an interesting combat system, while I don't quite get the graphics style: it doesn't look like a modern game with pixel art graphics, but more like a genuine old game. Mixed fillings. But probably this is just me. I will definitely play more - since the gameplay itself is very clever.
Meh Reasonably good game mechanic, but with no campaign, objectives or anything else to keep out interesting. Sad excuse for a story
Awesome Can you guy make it where we can move the map around so we can tell and plan our next move so we know where and whats out on the map
Great Took me a few goes to get the hang of it, now I'm hooked on it, is a good one to think ahead, plan your moves, & plays in a way which means you can play a quick 5 minute session or a longer one, great game for a phone.
Good game but problems with quitting A very nice game but whenever I press the back button to close the game it just sends me to the homescreen without closing the app. I have to manually swipe it away from the recent apps list else it drains battery.
Seems cool Edit: works on nexus 5 now
Elegant I haven't been this addicted to a mobile game in a long time. The core mechanics are pretty much perfect. The menu is a little awkward but it's not a big deal. The gameplay itself is fast and smooth.
Excelent game! I'll be playing this game a lot. Seems to have great replay value. Great work devs! Except the ui is kinda shitty. it's way overdone. Theres just too much if it while the play area is this small window in the middle. I'd remove most of the decorative framing and go for something a bit more minimalist. This is going to keep bugging me every time I play it. Id be really happy to see this adressed in a future update. But thanks for a great game!
Excellent Great game. I had some issues that the dev is working to fix and they shared a beta version with me that proves they've resolved the issue. Highly recommended.
Like Hoplite on steroids This is kind of like unofficial Hoplite 2.0 Same bumping mechanics but with more monsters, spells and terrain. Must have for ppl who love Hoplite. On negative side - no save whatsoever, all *campaign* should be played start to end without exit. Also the documentation is sub par to say the least - there is no even icons for spells in manual!
Noiiice The only game I have on my phone right now and probably the only one I'll have on it for a while! Very rewarding and challenging gameplay. Would love to see some kind of multiplayer implementation in the future, even if it's just something simple like trying to beat your friend's score.
Disappointing I really enjoyed Hoplite and bought this on the basis of comparisons to it, but to me it doesn't match up. The story mode is tedious, the documentation is non-existent, the mechanics are confusing, and it runs pretty sluggishly even on a fairly modern phone (Moto X).
Masterpiece At this price it is a steal. I can't even imagine how can you make game mechanics that elegant, but I suppose the long production time and a lot of love come into play somehow. One little note: maybe make the video on this page explain some gameplay. I was buying the game because someone recommended it for me, but I had no idea what was I actually buying. That might scare some potentional customers off
Love the game Very fun, and a nice concept. My go-to app when I have time to kill!
Cool Nice game. You can feel the love that was put into making it.
incredible amounts of strategic fun. feels like a spiritual successor to hoplite, though the spells seem awfully limited thus far. the progress system is a really nice way to ramp difficulty up, perhaps unlockable spells or new monster types will be somewhere down the line. there is a fatal error when adjusting system volume on my shield tablet and having the manual open in browser is unfortunate for those of us playing offline.
Fantastic strategy! I thought Auro might be more of a puzzler than a strategy game, but the deceptively simple design allows for a stunning amount of tactical depth. In addition, the leveling system that matches the difficulty to the player's skill level is ingenious. Well worth the asking price for any turn-based strategy fan!
Excellent tactics Great game. A little intimidating at first but you get the hang of it after a several rounds. Planning your moves is the name of the game here. A little buggy on my HTC One (M7) mostly when exiting and re-entering games. It sucks to have to lose my win streak because of a forced 'resign' due to a bug. But the excellent game play still remains.
Love this game! This game is great! The characters are really cute, great music and atmosphere and it's funny too! Can't wait to play it more! Awesome job Dinos!
Like Hoplite, without the strategy [re: dev comments] I see how the game can be involving. However it's all tactics, not strategy. What I refer to is that in Hoplite you can choose your upgrades, thus plan to play a certain style. Their achievements encourage you to do that. Here otoh, you are always presented with five random spells.
Auro & Empire!! I have 30 games on my phone,but these 2 are THE BEST..download them both..keith burgan if u made thede 2 games your a genius..im on the forum as gronk empire..thanks for the awesome games!!
Pure, wholesome tactics Tactical fun condensed into short bursts of gameplay. All the boring, meaningless decisions filtered out, without losing any of the good bits. Best pure turn-based-tactics game I've ever seen.
Adorable and fun game. I really enjoyed it, though I don't seem to be very good at the game yet. The story could use a little work but the tactics and random level design appear to be the focus of this game, and it does keep it fun.
Good game Looking forward to more updates
Really looking forward to this game But had the tutorial glitch and hang twice. Screen not responding once the blue guy told me to go mess around with the bat and brute. Also the hardware back key would ideally not minimize the game.
Original and engaging strategy gameplay. Yes, there are some minor presentation bugs, but these will all be squashed in future updates, which will surely come quickly. The developer's philosophy is to support their game forever, so the minor bugs are not a real concern. The gameplay itself is completely original and quite deep. One of the best games of the year, if you ask me.
Fun as heck! A quick mental workout wrapped in an awesome game. If you like puzzles this one will keep you going for a long time!
Great game The Good: Great strategy game with good touch screen controls, good graphics, Nice music and sound effects. The Bad: Auro has a few minor issues (Long loading times, a lot of text to read through without a way to skip all in some parts of the story mode)
Such a great game! I've been playing this pretty much nonstop since it came out. It is such a unique take on a familair theme (turn based dungeon crawler). If you like dungeon crawlers, you'll probably love this. If you don't like dungeon crawlers, throw everything you knew about them out and give this a try, because I'm sure you'll love it too! It's continuously challenging and interesting, and the random generation nearly ensures you never see the same level twice. I also love the rank mode.
Amazingly fun puzzle "roguelite" At first the game was a bit daunting, but the game's progression is set up in such a way that the difficulty is gradually increased, teaching you new mechanics as you go. Despite having a wide range of situations/combinations with the various monsters and spells, it's actually quite easy to learn, and very rewarding and fun :) Love this little game and I am glad I bought it. One small bug-- when I press the ? Icon in the options menu, then hit back, I can't hit back on the options menu to get out.
Top-notch single player strategy game I've been playing various beta versions of this game for about a year, and I dare say it is very good. $3 is a steal for the number of hours I plan to put into it (on top of the 100+ hours I already have done). It's easily in the upper echelon of Android games. The ranking system is there to make sure you've always got the right level of challenge when you play. It can take a handful of matches to find your sweet spot, but once you get there, every win feels awesome and every defeat feels crushing (but only very rarely unfair!). It's very exciting to see yourself grow and understand the game better: using more elaborate combo setups, finding new uses for spells, recognizing dangerous positions before they happen... There's always a way to improve your game, even at the expert levels. I've gotten a ton of value out of this game and really want to see it go big!
Immersive, challenging game My true feelings are probably four and a half stars, but I rounded up. The good: It combines the intellectual stimulation of a strategy game like chess with the dopamine stimulation of fast-paced, turn-based computer games. It constantly rewards the player with a changing landscape, a new challenge, and the possibility for achievement. It is visually beautiful and takes place in a charming, whimsical fantasy universe. The craft, devotion, and love that went into making it is evident on the screen, and it results in an immersive, addictive experience for the player. The slightly problematic: There is a lot to learn in Auro and right now the available teaching materials don't smooth the path the way that they should. Story Mode, the tutorial, doesn't teach enough about spell mechanics, and if you die in Story Mode you won't be motivated to go through all the initial steps to get back to where you were (although listening to the especially beautiful Story Mode soundtrack helps). The online manual is sketchy, and contains no visuals or videos, as would be especially useful. The ramp up in difficulty between Easy and Medium in Play mode is too steep, IMO.
Supreme Auro is easily one of the best games I have ever played on a mobile device: Its game mechanics are fresh and incredibly well balanced. The game always remains challenging, but never feels unfair. If you like Hoplite and Outwitters, you must try Auro.
Five for design This app still has some bugs so I was tempted to give it 4 but I really wanted to promote this game for its cleverness of design and stellar art/animation (don't trust the screenshots alone it's especially appealing in motion). And I love how the difficulty scales by win streaks. It leverages my pavlovian need to see meters fill to make me actually learn to play better (rather than just "play more" like most mobile games)
Fun! Innovative mechanics and lovely soundtrack make for a very engaging experience.
High quality all around I have a soft spot for pixel art, so the visuals of the game are really impressive to me. I didn't "get" the gameplay at first, but once I got the hang of it I was hooked, and it's not the kind of game I usually fall for. And now that I know it's also coming to Linux, I can't think of any reason not to give this a 5 star; great work :D
Great concept I love clever, playful puzzlers like this. The one drawback for me is that the graphics fall somewhere awkwardly between retro pixel art style and hi-res modern style. For my taste it would have been better to go with a lower resolution, making it charming and adorable. Instead, my eye sees it as an awkwardly low-res version of what was intended to be a crisp high-res game. I know that isn' t the case, and I'm still trying to fall in love with the look. Maybe with time...
Best of the best It's a special thing you guys have created here. Just backed the expansion on kickstarter, and I look forward to the finished product. Have you guys considered using Google play games service for some achievements?
Allright, che game is awesome. Pixel art level is stunningly high, especially the animation is over the top. I have one bug though. Once I bounced over an Evil Kid who was standing on a teleport-to-next-level platform and into water. The screen then went on loading and is not recovering. Since I'm getting seriously addicted to this game I'd REALLY LOVE to get some support. Gave 5 stars anyways because the product is awesome.
Tactically beautiful From a game design perspective, it's very mechanically and artistically sound. Ranked system keeps it challenging. RNG never determines success. Love it.
Sweet gaming This game is a challenge and takes true skill and strategy. The play is rapid and very satisfying. The art and music are also some of the best you'll find.
Very good turn based puzzle adventure Play mode is very functional now, play increasingly difficult levels and slowly meet the new baddies
A real premium game I love that the game has no IAP and has great replay value. Once you get the hang of the gameplay, it's a challenging puzzle different with each game. I am more than willing to pay the money up front and enjoy a game designed to be fun, not to monetize on IAPs. If you are into spatial, chess like puzzles, give this game a chance.
This app still has some bugs so I was tempted to give it 4 but I really wanted to promote this game for its cleverness of design and stellar art/animation (don't trust the screenshots alone it's especially appealing in motion). And I love how the difficulty scales by win streaks. It leverages my pavlovian need to see meters fill to make me actually learn to play better (rather than just "play more" like most mobile games)
Best game Ive played in years. Elegant and emergent problem solving, intuitive and emergent difficulty. Metagame framing rocks too, using a streak based ladder ranking system. Do yourself a favour and play it.
Hard and rewarding. Takes a ton of strategy and learning to master. Really great game.
Great game! Easy to use and fun to play.
This game is great Support the developers, this is a good game. OK Dinofarm, I left my good review. NOW can I have 100 Rogues again? It was my favorite game!!
not registering taps not always but still often enough to skip this otherwise interesting game
I Play Auro Daily Definitely in my top 5 'games i really enjoy and play often'. That said i know there is a major update imminent---please hurry the version 2.0 update!
Like no other Auro is an amazing game in which you are challenged to kill monsters using clever combinations and emergent chain reactions. It plays like no other game on the market, and treats the player's time with the utmost respect.
Auro is a really deep, yet easy to learn game. There is a lot of strategy embedded into a very small number of tools, and the amount of polish that's gone into the game's design is clear when playing. Plus, I love that there are no android permissions required
Updating rating Former bugs are fixed, like it so far, although it's best viewed on 8 inches or less display. Excellent for phones.
Promising, but waiting for the several month-old 2.0 patch to be ported before starting to play seriously.