Commercial Indie games now available at Kawagames

Barcelona (Spain) – September 25, 2011 - The commercial indie games arrives to Kawagames, a Spanish indie group and marketplace. Since September 22, some commercial indie games are listed on the Kawagames catalog.

The first two commercial games released are:

- Alchemia Extended Version

Springtail Studio proposes a classic point & click adventure but with a innovative visuals that merges real photos from nature with the classic drawing. The game will challenge us with brilliant and imaginative puzzles that in some occasions will require lateral thinking and problem solving rather than just simply clicking in the right areas and in the correct sequence.

Retail price of the game is $6,99

For more info about “Alchemia Extendes versión” visit:

- Curse of Slate Rock Manor

Visual novel developed by indie studio Red Panda Games where we need to explore a haunted manor as you investigate a missing friend.

With more than 100 scenes to explore, dozens of endings to complete, hundreds of choices to make and a "Visual Novel mode" and "Puzzle Mode", the game become a great choice for the adventure game and mystery lovers. Also, the game is full voiced for more realistic gameplay.

Retail price of the game is $19,99

For more info about “Curse of Slate Rock Manor” visit:


Any indie developer interested on publishing on Kawagames can visit or send an e-mail to for more information.

PR Contact:

Ernesto García

About Kawagames:

Kawagames, established in 2010, is a Spain-based indie developer, publisher and translation group. Since the opening of their marketplace ( they created official Spanish versions of indie games like Sugar Cube, Nelly Cootalot: Spoonbeaks Ahoy! and Violet Princess & Frogs from the Fire Lake.   

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