Spry Fox, the developer of games like Cozy Grove and Alphabears, is joining Netflix games to become the company’s sixth in-house game studio. The news has been announced via a blog post on the Spry Fox websitewho also answers some questions about the future of the studio.
Spry Fox says the partnership won’t change any of their upcoming plans, meaning Cozy Grove 2 and its untitled nonviolent MMO will continue to develop as planned. Instead, Netflix will give them financial support, which Spry Fox says will allow them to “stop worrying about” how their games will generate revenue. Despite all of Netflix’s current games existing through their mobile app, the blog post doesn’t mention anything about the exclusivity of the platform.
Spry Fox joins five other in-house game developers at Netflix: Next Games (Stranger Things: Puzzle Tales), Night School Studio (Oxenfree), Boss Fight Entertainment (Dungeon Boss), and two in-house studios in Helsinki, Finland and Southern California.
Netflix launched its collection of games just over a year ago, in November 2021. Currently, subscribers can play over 30 games on their mobile app, including Into the Breach, Spiritfarer, and Poinpy. In addition, Netflix over 50 more games in development. Have you had a chance to play games on the Netflix app? Let us know in the comments.
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