redspotgames at gamescom 2010 - Solar Struggle playable, other secret project to be revealed

As redspotgames announces today, the company will be participating with a booth at the largest European video game exhibition, the gamescom Cologne. In 2007 and 2008, the Munich-based publisher and development cooperation partner participated in gamescom's predecessor, the Games Convention in Leipzig.

Visitors will find redspotgames in Hall 8, booth A-012, next to Microsoft and Nintendo of Europe. The boulevard passage can also be found nearby.

At the exhibition booth the newly-revealed title "Solar Struggle," out soon for Xbox Live Indie Games, will be playable. "Solar Struggle" will set new standards for this online distribution channel due to its graphical qualities and fine-tuning, never before seen on the platform, and thanks to famous voice talents and actors like David Michael Williamson ("Over My Dead Body") and Willi Röbke ("The Simpsons," "Futurama," "The Super Mario Bros. Super Show"). "Solar Struggle" will be available for 400 Microsoft Points at the start of the fair.

Additionally, redspotgames discloses another secret project. This new project will not appear on Xbox Live Indie Games, nor is it a a port of "Solar Struggle." redpotgames will reveal the project at the start of the gamescom: The first representatives of the press will have a chance to see the game on press day (Wednesday, August 18th), with the public following on Thursday, August 19th. The secret project will be completely playable.

Further details concerning the redspotgames entertainment program will be released shortly.

All information about the gamescom participation are available at

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