Aura Collection

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Description

Aura Collection includes-

AURA- In the hallways of the ancients, the Keepers have existed forever. The legend also claims that whoever unites these rings with the artifacts of the parallel worlds will achieve great power and immortality.

In unique worlds of dreams and reality, magical, mechanical and ethereal lands, take on the quest to find the artifacts cleverly concealed throughout the lands. Four parallel worlds await you on your journey: The Ademika Valley, The Mechanical World, The Isoteric World, and lastly, the Island of Unity, each with different environments to explore, challenges to encounter and a variety of indigenous puzzles to solve.

Lose yourself in this fantastic and rich adventure, uncover the smallest details, collect information, solve the enigmas and unravel the saga of intrigue, exploration and treachery that is AURA: Fate of the Ages.

AURA 2- Prepare yourself for an extraordinary journey like never before as you encounter the World of The Sacred Rings. This first-person point-and-click adventure is the sequel to Aura: Fate of the Ages.

Play as Umang as you awake and find yourself alone in a strange, dark and unwelcoming world. Clenched in your fist lies a series of rings – the Sacred Rings that grant the holder unlimited power and immortality. Quickly you realize that a rival clan has tracked you down and that they want the Sacred Rings’ power for their own evil purposes. You must protect the Sacred Rings and return them to the Keepers ... the only ones who will be able to watch over them.

Customer reviews

70

Magical

juxtaposed_j | Dec. 12, 2013 | See all juxtaposed_j's reviews »

Both of these Aura titles offer beautiful, fantasy-themed worlds with each of them offering their own uniqueness; from Unity Island, Valley, Mechanical World and Isoteric World.

Both titles are point and click fantasy games with lots of powers to learn and discover while a general storyline revolving around good and evil, while presentation-wise the art style is pretty and suits the games genre and settings.

As a collection this is definitely worth a look/purchase.