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Apple I-Touch: Aurora Feint Review

Posted by Altered Confusion on August 4, 2008

Aurora Feint is probably the one game that you can get for free from the Application store that is both amazing and has already gone through contreversy. The best way to describe this game is as a puzzle RPG. You’ll be twisting your i-pod touch/i-phone different ways to try to make matches, and you too may get addicted to one of the fastest growing games out there.

you get to create a character and then its to the mines to level up the character, to get currency, and to get elements to try to build items. Once you have enough of the currency you can go to the store and buy blueprints for items that you can then use, or you can by a spell book to increase your powers with certain elements.

To be honest this game both intrigues me and confuses me. I’m intrigued because there is a multi-player option that I think could be sweet, but at the same time I’ve never tried it because of the scandal that went on with this game. Basically before the latest release it put your entire phonebook up on their server so that you could see if anyone on your list had the game and so that you could party together. The real problem was that some people didn’t know that was happening, and to top it off it was also being transmitted to the server with no encryption. I’m confused by the game because here I am making all these items, and yet I’m not exactly sure what the shield will do for me as the only options I have are to create blueprints, master spell books, buy blueprints, or mine elements.

The music is a bit errie, but it is fitting for the game.

The graphics look amazing when you are actually doing the puzzle portion of the game, and the movement that the pieces take as you turn your device looks crisp.

The controls feel really good on this as well. When you’re in the puzzle mode you’re only going to be able to move elements around from right to left, but if you rotate the device you will find that you’ll be able to move the elements what is now left and right.

You’ll also begin to see as your character gets leveled up special elements appearing that when combined in a match will do different things for you. Another thing is that to level up you have to create the item in the blueprint, maybe that’s the significance of each item, but I’m hoping that there is more that I’m just not aware of.

If you want a game that is free and feels like you got a steal then get this game you’ll find that you can get lost in the game and maybe just maybe you’ll find the enjoyment that so many others have already found. I give this game a 9.3 out of 10.

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