June 1, 2012 11:00 PM | Danny Cowan
100 Rogues developer Dinofarm Games is giving Kickstarter another shot after its proposed strategy title Auro failed to meet its funding goal last year, and has spent the last six months completely retooling the game in hopes of finding an audience.
The revamped Auro offers a mix of dungeon crawling and turn-based strategy gameplay, and is set to be released for iOS, Android, Windows, Mac OSX, and Linux. The funding goal ($7,500) is much lower than the previous project's, and nearly $2,000 has been raised as of this writing.
Backers who pledge $7 or more will get a copy of Auro upon its release for their platform of choice. Other pledge rewards include downloadable soundtracks ($30), t-shirts ($100), and custom in-game classes ($500).