OrangePixel releases two RPG adventures

OrangePixel announces two new adventure RPG games designed for mobile play. Developed by development team Gidax , the RPG games“Druid” and“7th Space“ should please any fan of magic, dragons and castles.

In 7th Space you play the heroin Lea who has to save a whole planet from captivation, all this while searching for her naughty bow-wow.

With Druid the player will find himself in a role of magical Druid with the power to transform into a fierce dragon. Avoiding traps, monsters and finding your way out of the labyrinths underneath the castle.

“Gidax has developed a couple of great games that sadly have not found a way to the playing audience they deserve. OrangePixel aids developers like this with a world-wide distribution network and we like to get their games known with a bigger audience.” says OrangePixel CEO Pascal Bestebroer.

The adventure games will be available world wide on portals and operator sites with an Ad Wrapped version following the normal distribution in the coming weeks. More information of both games can be found at

About OrangePixel

OrangePixel was founded in 2004, and has been developing and designing game concepts for the mobile market. A strong focus on original ideas and mobile game concepts is quickly setting OrangePixel aside from the large market of rehashed ideas and branded content. With OneThumb game concepts like Rocketboy, Toddlers, Sliderkids, and new ideas like the critically acclaimed Mechanics; OrangePixel has the balls to be creative.

About Gidax

We are an independent development team, named GIDAX Software, we are an active group of Independent Developers Association of Balkis Solutions. Our new products aretargeted for cell phones, but our activities are much wider. We have long time experiences with development of Internet, desktop, Database applications for commercial market.

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