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Kabam acquires free-to-play RPG studio Phoenix Age
Kabam acquires free-to-play RPG studio Phoenix Age
March 10, 2014 | By Mike Rose




Newsbrief: Social games company Kabam is looking to take advantage of its current positive financial situation, announcing this morning that it has acquired San Francisco-based studio Phoenix Age.

Phoenix Age is best known for creating free-to-play RPG titles like Castle Age and Underworld Empire. The 44-staffer studio is currently working on a third unannounced title.

Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Past acquisitions by Kabam include Wild Shadow Studios, and Fearless Studios.


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