Netflix has acquired Boss Fight Entertainment, the developers behind mobile game Dungeon Boss, the company announced this week.
Having only launched mobile games in November 2021, Netflix seeks to expand a library for subscribers of titles that are free from the common ads and in-app purchases in current mobile games.
While news that Netflix has acquired Boss Fight Entertainment might lead some to think they’ll be making stuff just for Netflix, studio founders David Rippy, Bill Jackson and Scott Winsett expressed their appreciation of Netflix’s model.
The studio founders stated Netflix will allow them the freedom to focus on creativity and not be bogged down by monetization. Boss Fight Entertainment becomes the third studio to join Netflix after the purchases of Next Games and Night School Studios in 2021.
Boss Fight Entertainment describes themselves as the following.
PASSION AND CREATIVITY
Boss Fight Entertainment is a game development studio headquartered in Allen, Texas, with studios in Austin, Texas and Seattle, Washington. Boss Fight’s continuing mission is to bring simple, beautiful and fun game experiences to our players wherever they play.
We are passionate game makers, dedicated to crafting amazingly fun experiences. Our products are accessible, innovative, deep and beautiful, and we profoundly care about our community of players around the world. We don’t just make games, we play and love them…just like you.
WORK HARD, GAME HARDER
Founded in 2013, our veteran team has produced some of the industry’s best-selling and most critically acclaimed games for mobile, social, PC, and consoles. These titles include the Age of Empires, Star Wars: The Old Republic, and Halo Wars franchises, as well as the free-to-play mega-hits CastleVille, Dungeon Boss, myVEGAS Bingo and Kingdom Boss!
Boss Fight Entertainment’s game Dungeon Boss is available for mobile devices via Google Play, Apple App Store, and the Amazon appstore.