U.S. writer Tinybuild has acquired quite a few franchises from Bossa Studios and bought Despot’s Game developer Konfa Games in two separate multi-million greenback offers.
The firm has nabbed the rights to the Surgeon Simulator, I Am Fish, and I Am Bread franchises from Bossa for an upfront fee of $3 million.
Konfa, in the meantime, was bought by Tinybuild for a most consideration of $5.4 million in money and newly-issued shares.
Described as an “unbiased worldwide studio” in a press launch, Konfa is greatest recognized for creating the roguelike tactical auto-battler Despot’s Game. Following its acquisition by Tinybuild, Konfa will be a part of the newly established Tinybuild studio hub in Belgrade, Serbia.
Tinybuild CEO and co-founder Alex Nichiporhik mentioned the 2 offers will permit the writer to broaden its portfolio whereas additionally bolstering its in-house improvement staff.
Notably, Tinybuild has labored with Konfa for 2 years because the writer of Despot’s Game, which is because of emerge from early entry and launch on PC and console platforms in September this yr.
Providing one other perspective on the deal, Bossa co-founder Henrique Olifiers mentioned the studio has been “solely centered” on co-op PvE titles because the flip of the yr, however has now “discovered a path that enables Bossa to dedicate its full consideration to its new tasks, whereas making certain Surgeon Simulator, I Am Bread and I Am Fish have a brand new dwelling that understands what makes these video games tick in addition to we do.”