Factsheet

Developer:
epicsauerkraut
Based in Cologne, Germany

Founding date:
January 1, 2016

Website:
epicsauerkraut.com

Press / Business contact:
press@epicsauerkraut.com

Social:
Instakraut
Twitter
Facebook
Youtube
Newsletter

Releases:
KLOTZ

Address:
Vogelsanger Str. 350
50827 Köln

Phone:
+49 170 7864609

Description

Games with the epic taste of sauerkraut! epicsauerkraut is an indie game studio based in Cologne Germany. The krauts are Paul Kolvenbach (illustrator and concept artist for films and digital games) and Marcus Horn (gamedesigner: Kiwi 64, Unicorn Senpai Slap, Macbat 64). They focus on visually attractive minimalistic games for Mobile and PC - always with the epic taste of sauerkraut!

History

Paul Kolvenbach aka paintpaul

Paul Kolvenbach is a freelance Illustrator and Concept Artist for films and digital games. In 2016 he startet epicsauerkraut to develop minimalistic games himself. "Paintpaul" is mainly responsible for the look and the art of the sauerkraut games.

Marcus Horn aka SIACTRO

Marcus is making commercial games since 2012. starting out on Xbox 360's indie market with some 16 bit styled arcade games and ending up on Steam in 2017 with a retro looking low poly 3D Platformer called Macbat 64. Marcus is mainly responsible for the game design. Together they cook up epicsauerkraut games!

Projects


Videos

KLOTZ release trailer YouTube


Images

download all screenshots & photos as .zip (2MB)
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There are far more images available for epicsauerkraut, but these are the ones we felt would be most useful to you. If you have specific requests, please do contact us!


download logo files as .zip (147KB)
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Awards & Recognition


    Games by SIACTRO
    Here you can check out some of Marcus retro-games at gamejolt.com.


    Team & Repeating Collaborator

    Paul Kolvenbach
    Illustrator, Concept Artist

    Marcus Horn
    Game Designer


    presskit() by Rami Ismail (Vlambeer) - also thanks to these fine folks