Kemco Sale: Up To 80% Off Android Games

Monday, January 21st, 2013

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If you thought all the good holiday sales were over and done with, think again.

Kemco has just launched a New Year’s sale that encompasses 12 of their Android titles. There’s a staggering 50% to 80% discount being offered on the games- most of them RPGs, but puzzle game fans can find a little something for them too. Act quickly though, as the sale only lasts from January 21st through the 27th.

Symphony of Eternity: $1.49 (from $7.99)

Alphadia: $1.99 (from $5.99)

Eve of the Genesis: $1.99 (from $7.99)

Grinsia: $1.99 (from $7.99)

Aeon Avenger: $1.99 (from $7.99)

Dark Gate: $1.49 (from $5.99)

Knight of the Earthends: $1.99 (from $7.99)

End of Aspiration: $1.99 (from $7.99)

The Escape Game: $0.99 (from $1.99)

The Escape Game 2: $0.99 (from $1.99)

Doku-Doku: $0.99 (from $1.99)

Logistrate: $0.99 (from $1.99)

Kemco is also currently offering two of their newest titles at a discount in a separate promotion. You can pick up Alphadia 2 and Symphony of the Origin for $3.99 (from $5.99). If you’ve been on the fence about trying out a new game for your smartphone, this is a good time to give it a shot.

Check out the sales at Google Play and the Amazon App Store!


About Angela Hinck

Former Contributor: Content Manager- Situated in sunny Florida, Angela spends plenty of time watching anime and playing video games. RPGs and survival-horror are her go-to genres; but if it's weird or different, she's willing to give a shot. She graduated from the University of Central Florida with a BA in Creative Writing and now puts her skills to good use writing about the nerdier things in life, including news and game reviews for Operation Rainfall.

  • I have actually played one of Kemco’s games before, and I did enjoy it. I played Aeon Avenger, a rather simple story about a boy who is trying to avenge the death of his whole village, and a girl who travels through time as her job. The two meet, then go throughout the past, present, and future to try to catch this person, and also make more friends along the way. For two dollars, I would certainly suggest picking one or two of these RPGs up to try them out!

    • Anhinck

      I was seriously considering picking that one up actually! Glad to hear you enjoyed it!