Aurora Feint II: Arena Daemons

Posted: Apr 1 2009, 3:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:42pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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I have mentioned before that I really like the free original Aurora Feint puzzle game. The developers behind the game have announced a new version that is available now on iTunes called Aurora Feint II: Arena Daemons. The game is an update to Aurora Feint II that adds Daemon abilities.

These abilities force players to change their tactics and strategy when playing the game. Among the Daemons are the deer, bear, toad, turtle, rabbit, snake, monkey, and lion. The Daemons each cause a specific effect on the game board.

For instance, the turtle Daemon makes blocks pop slower to give the player more time to find matches. The rabbit daemon allows players to earn bonus points for making faster matches. The rabbit daemon can only be earned by inviting other players to play the game.

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