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Aurora: The Secret Within

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Roswell, 1950... a sensational rumour from the US Army has surfaced. A flying saucer has crashed nearby. While this unbelievable event is being broadcast, a detective named Pileggi takes on a mysterious case about the disappearance of a local farmer. During the investigation, he will discover that his reality has always been an illusion. The Pentagon has been leading people to believe that Area 51 has been hiding projects about supersonic airplanes or alien technologies. The truth, however, is that the base was developed for a secret project called Aurora. A secret project developed for time travel...


22 Apr, 2008
Aurora to shine soon in North America
Tri-Synergy to publish the Roswell-based sci-fi thriller

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Adventure Games by BluMiAl Studios

Game Information

Platform PC
Perspective First-Person
Control Point-and-click
Gameplay Investigative
Genre Mystery
Theme Conspiracy
Graphic Style Illustrated realism
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Aurora: The Secret Within by BluMiAl Studios - A Point and Click Adventure Game

Aurora: The Secret Within is an adventure game, released in 2007 by BluMiAl Studios. Aurora: The Secret Within has a Illustrated realism style and uses a Point-and-click control scheme. Adventure Gamers have not yet published a review of Aurora: The Secret Within, meanwhile the community rating for Aurora: The Secret Within is Decent.
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