***IMPORTANT: requires at least iPhone 5 or newer, iPad 3 or newer, and iPad mini 2 or newer.***
Push, pop, spin and manipulate obstacles to solve delightful puzzles in this revolutionary match-3 game with a twist, handcrafted by an award-winning team.
Join Aurora as she bravely sets out across a surreal skyscape in search of her lost friends. Embark on a dreamlike journey to rescue her magical cats and outsmart the mysterious force that threatens her peaceful universe.
- Twist and rotate a stunning 3D world to collect precious artifacts and solve clever puzzles
- Play over 200 mind-twisting and ingenious levels
- Match and pop enchanted blocks to clear obstacles and reunite with your feline friends
- Overcome a wide diversity of challenges: fire blocks, water obstacles, spinning cubes, spikes, and much more
- Enter a sublime and peaceful universe suspended above the clouds
Aurora is compatible with the iPhone 5 or newer, iPad 3 or newer, and iPad mini 2 or newer.
* Bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Where to start? The puzzles are well done, most are doable with some thought, or none at all, a few are way out there. You earn lots of hints along the way, and a few bombs which are essentially “skip this level “ buttons. No timer. If the developer had just presented unadorned puzzles then this would be a five star game - but they didn’t.
It has a very nice opening sequence, which you have to watch every time you open the game. And since the game hangs up after certain levels forcing you to quit and restart, you are going to see that opening sequence a lot.
You pick up various things as you walk the path: keys, for upcoming gates, moons to charge up a great big honkin’ hammer. And you get the contents of chests for finishing certain levels - hints/ butterflies, bombs/ skips, costumes. But after 100 levels or so most of that stops. The moons are still there but don’t charge the hammer - she still carries it but doesn’t use it. ( And the hammer never made any sense within the game anyway. If she can stand outside the path and whack ice off one of the worlds why walk the path at all? Just cruise on down to the final gate and bash a way through. )
It’s like the devs got bored with it. They don’t even give the player a closing sequence. She opens the gate and disappears. There aren’t even any credits.
All in all a very unsatisfactory experience.
It could be great...
This is a well made game with charming animation and graphics. I was having a lot of fun at first, but as the levels get more compex one small thing was causing me more frustration than fun. You have the ability to freely look at the structure by dragging your finger around, but it all too quickly assumes you want to change to the next angle and pops you over to it. It would be much better if as long as you are still touching the screen that it let you rotate and examine freely.
The graphic is stunning. The puzzles are fun and challenging, but not too difficult that I want to give up. The game provide a lot of chances to use "hint", but so far I haven't used it much.
The game is good for those enjoying looking at things from different perspective and a bit of calculation.
- Gogii Games Corp.
- 106.5 MB
- Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Silverback Productions
- In-App Purchases
- 80 Butterflies $1.99
- 1 Bomb $0.99
- 20 Bombs $6.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.