Auro is Now Available on Steam!

It has been an incredibly long and arduous journey. From a failed Kickstarter in 2011, to a successful one in 2012, to another failed one in 2015, to getting successfully Greenlit on Steam, where you can find other games as Witcher and Csgo, then you will just need the best gaming mouse for csgo, and you’re good to go. There have been a ton of ups and downs for this Greenlit game over the years. But we always believed in our game, and the one thing that has always been heading upwards has been the quality of the game itself. With the Steam release, we bring you Auro 2.0, by far the biggest patch to date. We’ll have patch notes and even a podcast episode later for you guys explaining everything that went into this patch and why.

On behalf of Dinofarm Games, I just want to say thank you to everyone who supported us through the years and waited on our incredibly long development schedules. We’re a very small operation (1-2 full time people plus 1-3 part time people) and between that and our desire to really get everything right, things take a long time. Of course, we hope that future games won’t take a full six years to finish. We will be displaying the best gaming mouse for 2017 buyers guide by UberPlay very soon, but you can check out yourself at their website.

And by the way – Auro is not at all “finished”. We plan to support it going forward with new balance patches, new content (we have two spells in the works), new artwork, a new intro, and a new Master Rank.

We’re really excited to share this game with the PC gaming crowd, we want to be guiding you to choose the best gaming monitor to play this game. Mac and Linux versions will be coming soon, and the 2.0 update should be headed to mobile within the next week or so. Thanks again everybody. Now grab your copy of the game on Steam!

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keithburgun • 04/13/2016

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  1. Tim “Lord Gek” Jordan 04/13/2016 - 12:56 pm Reply

    It is a fun game and I eagerly snagged it the first second it came on Steam…but the fact it launched WITHOUT fullscreen support and thus can only be played at what I can assume is some default iOS resolution is really cheesy guys. I also hope you’ll allow us to mute music separately from sound effects.

    • Nachtfischer 04/14/2016 - 2:59 am Reply

      Hey Tim, actually it’s possible to mute music and sound effects separately. Not from the main menu (which I agree should be added), but from the in-game menu. Click the cog wheel in the upper left to open the options during a match.

      As someone who played previous mobile test versions on PC, I can say that the resolution is definitely not “default iOS” or something. The resolution is way higher than before. However, fullscreen support should be a thing and I believe they’re already working on it. :)

  2. db 04/14/2016 - 2:27 am Reply

    i randomly came back to this game today (on Android) and saw there’s a Steam version. added to wishlist.

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