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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]



SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR – AUGUST 12TH, 2019 – Independent salvadoran game developer The Domaginarium today announced the release of their color-based arcade game Color Slayer. The studio, developer of psychological-horror Enola, and hidden-object adventure The Dreamlands: Aisling's Quest has made the game available on Steam and

Color Slayer is a color-based arcade game in which players use two colored swords to slice their way through different enemies and get points, and marks The Domaginarium's new direction.


"In the past we've focused on dark or mysterious story-driven games, like Enola or The Dreamlands: Aisling's Quest. However, with Color Slayer the studio is broading its spectrum," said Sergio Rosa, founder of The Domaginarium. "While we will continue developing those games, as shown by our dedication to currently-in-development horror title Just Let Me Go, we want to take on other subjects, game genres and styles," he added.


About The Domaginarium

The Domaginarium is an independent game developer from El Salvador founded in 2011. Previously, The Domaginarium released Enola, a dark horror-adventure, and The Dreamlands: Aisling's Quest, a mystery-driven hidden object title.





Sergio Rosa: [email protected]