Free demo and update for Chasing Aurora arrives on eShop
Indie developer Broken Rules has released a free demo for its aerial-action game Chasing Aurora, which released on the Wii U eShop late last year.
The demo features the multiplayer mode Freeze Tag, along with four single-player challenges. Up to five players can join in.
Last week, the Austrian developer updated the game, which started out as a bird-flying racing prototype, to support the Wii U Pro controller. It also increased the difficulty of the single-player mode, smoothed out the framerate, and sped up loading times, among other changes, which you can read about on the company's blog.
Chasing Aurora normally costs $15, but it's currently 50 percent off ($7.49) until March 21.
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