The UK developer and publisher Double Eleven had acquired VooFoo Studios for an undisclosed fee.
Double Eleven, who are best known for working on the PixelJunk series, Goat Simulator and Prison Architect.
Alongside the studio, Double Eleven has also acquired VooFoo’s Mantis Engine, which most recently powered 2016’s Mantis Burn Racing for all console formats and PC.
VooFoo has been responsible for the Pure series of simulation games, including Pure Chess, Pure Pool and Pure Hold ‘Em. It’s also developed Hustle Kings and Backgammon Blitz, as well as arcade racer Mantis Burn Racing. The studio is currently working on This Is Pool and a new title in the Hustle Kings series.
“With VooFoo’s track record of clean design and strong execution, along with their breadth of experience, we’re looking forward to a relationship that will positively impact the type of entertainment experiences we can offer,” says Double Eleven CEO and co-founder Lee Hutchinson.
VooFoo also added: “I see it as a fantastic opportunity to leverage our collective strengths and do things we might not have been able to otherwise. While Double Eleven have a huge amount of technical experience, they also bring a lot more to the table in terms of support and resources from both a development and publishing point of view.”