The terms of the deal were disclosed. Austin-based Kingdom Games reports the acquisition “strengthens its mission to provide ethical and moral games to upcoming generations of all ages.”
“We are thrilled to have 4Soils join the Kingdom Games family,” James Parkman, Studio Head of Kingdom Games said in a news release “With our newest line of 4Soils games, parents can instill faith-based learning in an engaging environment that is trustworthy and convenient on mobile devices. The collaboration will continue our efforts to provide quality games to children of all ages in an approachable way that is also entertaining.”
4Soils’ most popular game is Sproutville, a Bible app which offers Bible stories for children and songs, coloring and other games. Other 4Soils games include bedtime story apps and sing-a-longs.
James Parkman and Phil Smith founded Kingdom Games in July 2013. The company has 20 employees and five full time consultants. The company makes a Bible quiz game called Qible made for mobile devices. It is also working on a role playing game for desktop PCs.