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Bloons studio acquires iOS partner Digital Goldfish
New Zealand-based Ninja Kiwi, best known for the Bloons casual game series, has acquired Scottish development studio Digital Goldfish for an undisclosed sum.
November 1, 2012
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Newsbrief: New Zealand-based Ninja Kiwi, best known for the Bloons casual game series, has acquired Scottish development studio Digital Goldfish for an undisclosed sum. The 15-person studio from Dundee, Scotland has previously worked with Ninja Kiwi to build iOS versions of the Bloons franchise, and these mobile versions have seen over 8 million downloads in total to date. This acquisition will see future mobile releases in the series published under the Ninja Kiwi label. Digital Goldfish co-founder Barry Petrie described the move as "a simple license deal developed into the perfect partnership."
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