Monday, March 28th 2022

Netflix Acquires Mobile Game Developer Boss Fight Entertainment

Since we launched mobile games to our members around the world just four months ago, we've been expanding our games catalog bit by bit as we build out our in-house creative development team. So today, we're excited to announce that Boss Fight Entertainment is joining Netflix. Boss Fight Entertainment was founded in 2013 by David Rippy (CEO), Bill Jackson (CCO), and Scott Winsett (COO), whose work I've long admired. This studio's extensive experience building hit games across genres will help accelerate our ability to provide Netflix members with great games wherever they want to play them.

"Boss Fight's mission is to bring simple, beautiful, and fun game experiences to our players wherever they want to play," said the founders of Boss Fight Entertainment. "Netflix's commitment to offer ad-free games as part of members' subscriptions enables game developers like us to focus on creating delightful game play without worrying about monetization. We couldn't be more excited to join Netflix at this early stage as we continue doing what we love to do while helping to shape the future of games on Netflix together."
Headquartered in Allen, Texas, the Boss Fight Entertainment team will continue to operate out of their current studios in Allen (Dallas), Austin, and Seattle, which will also enable us to tap into great creative talent beyond California.

We're still in the early days of building great game experiences as part of your Netflix membership. Through partnerships with developers around the world, hiring top talent, and acquisitions like this, we hope to build a world-class games studio capable of bringing a wide variety of delightful and deeply engaging original games - with no ads and no in-app purchases - to our hundreds of millions of members around the world.
Source: Netflix
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7 Comments on Netflix Acquires Mobile Game Developer Boss Fight Entertainment

#2
DeathtoGnomes
Adrian AndrzejewskiTwo games in eight years in the business. Effective. Impressive.
Never heard of them. What games?

This another case of Netflix copying competition getting into gaming.
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dcf-joe
DeathtoGnomesNever heard of them. What games?

This another case of Netflix copying competition getting into gaming.
I don't know anything about this studio, but their website lists one game of theirs, a mobile game by the name of Dungeon Boss.
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ThrashZone
Hi,
Netflix
Never understood why people waste money on them all they play is old movies and remove more than they add
Plenty of free movie and series websites around all you have to do is use a search engine
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#5
DeathtoGnomes
ThrashZoneHi,
Netflix
Never understood why people waste money on them all they play is old movies and remove more than they add
Plenty of free movie and series websites around all you have to do is use a search engine
Oh you poor misinformed soul :rolleyes:, NF has a crap load of Anime many are complete series, and all movies are free unlike Amazon Prime that you still have to rent/buy and still pay for membership.

There are ofcourse free options for a lot of watchable content if you have a webOS (TVs) or roku or firestick. Peakcock, Pluto Tv, and Tubi to name a few. I'm not sure about coverage across the pond there.
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#6
ThrashZone
DeathtoGnomesNF has a crap load of Anime many are complete series
Hi,
And why would I care about this ?
Not many series worth following frankly all suck pretty bad.
Most get recorded and posted elsewhere lol

But yes you name some popular free sites there are of course much better sites with no commercials and no account requirements either.
I don't do amazon prime either another mostly b-c-d- rated garbage movie site.
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#7
demian_vi
DeathtoGnomesOh you poor misinformed soul :rolleyes:, NF has a crap load of Anime many are complete series, and all movies are free unlike Amazon Prime that you still have to rent/buy and still pay for membership.

There are ofcourse free options for a lot of watchable content if you have a webOS (TVs) or roku or firestick. Peakcock, Pluto Tv, and Tubi to name a few. I'm not sure about coverage across the pond there.
lol most anime are released by fansub groups and in better quality than NF. netflix is a shity service anymore, releasing 80% garbage series, just to say the release new things
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