It’s no secret that Netflix really wants to get deeper into the gaming market with the mobile games they’re offering. Ever since the announcement, though, the streaming giant has been infatuated with acquiring mobile developers to bolster their mobile game venture. On Thursday, The New York Times (via GamesIndustry.biz) reported that Netflix has nabbed its third developer in the way of Boss Fight Entertainment.
The Allen, Texas-based mobile dev is made up of around 130 employees spread across its Austin and Seattle locations. They even have veterans that come with experience working on major titles like Age of Empires and Star Wars: The Old Republic. The developer is best-known for their free-to-play RPG, Dungeon Boss.
Netflix also owns Stranger Things: Puzzle Tales developer, Next Games, after paying $72 million. On top of them, the streamer has Afterparty developer, Night School Studio, under their belt, too. Currently, the studio is working on Oxenfree II: Lost Signals.