Dinofarm Games originally released their turn-based strategy game Auro onto Android back in November of 2014 and since then the game has done pretty decently for itself. It’s a pretty fun game and now the developers want to finish up the expansion for it, which will bring a slew of new content with it as well as a new story-based campaign mode to play through.
Most developers of mobile games spend a decent amount of time building and testing their game before pushing it to Google Play. When we say decent amount of time, we mean 6 months, a year, maybe even 2 years. However it doesn’t happen often when we ear about a game being developed for a longer period of time then 2 years but today we get to report on Auro, a game which has taken four years to develop, test, and land on Google Play.
Dinofarm Games, developers of the excellent 100 Rogues game, has had their next project successfully funded on Kickstarter with 10 days remaining. Their new game, called Auro, will be a cross-platform turn-based tactics style strategy game in the style of a dungeon crawler.