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  Playable showcase INDIGO at Gamescom in Cologne
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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Dutch Game Garden is taking its playable showcase INDIGO to Gamescom in Cologne, Germany! From August 21-23, we'll be showing the latest games by developers and promising students from the Netherlands.

We're also bringing the latest version of the  INDIGO Browser, a jukebox of recently released games like  Awesomenauts and  Reus on one machine. Our characteristic white arcade cabinets featuring all these great games can be found at the  Holland Pavilion in Hall 4.2. (business area), booth B-030.

Dutch Game Garden likes to invite all press to drop by at our booth. We'll be there from Wednesday August 21st until Friday August 23rd. Our booth opens every morning at 9 AM. There will be a mixer on Thursday August 22nd at 5 PM. If you're going to Gamescom, be sure to visit.

Among the games on display are strategy game  March of War by studio ISOTX, World War I simulator  Verdun by Black Mill Games & M2H and Playstation Vita title  Metrico from Digital Dreams. The cool thing about INDIGO is that all creators are there to answer questions.

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We hope to see you at Gamescom!

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About Dutch Game Garden

Dutch Game Garden is a non-profit organisation supporting starting game developers in the Netherlands. We provide studio space, incubation, events, advice & matchmaking. Our audience consists of students, start-ups and established game companies. Dutch Game Garden is supported by the City of Utrecht, the Province of Utrecht and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) of the European Commission.