505 Games acquires Infinity Plus Two (Puzzle Quest)

505 Games acquires Infinity Plus Two (Puzzle Quest)

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News business 505 Games acquires Infinity Plus Two (Puzzle Quest)

The parent company of 505 Games, Digital Bros., has acquired the development studio Infinity Plus Two, located in Melbourne. One way to focus on the Free-to-Play market.

A free-to-play specialist, Infinity Plus Two is at the origin of the popular Puzzle Quest series which has generated more than $ 200 million in revenue, or the RPG Gems of War, already published by 505 Games. As of today, it is the latter’s third in-house studio, alongside British developer DR Studios and Kunos Simulazioni (Assetto Corsa). It was founded by Australian developer Steve Fawkner, who will continue to run the studio as a member of the 505 Games management team.

The F2P market has experienced tremendous growth and popularity over the years and has always been a key facet of the company’s growth strategy. As one of the leading third-party publishers of F2P games on multiple platforms, this latest acquisition consolidates our investment in internal development and enriches our library of intellectual properties. – 505 Games press release.

By Tiraxa, Writing globelivemedia.com

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