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With the reveal that Wonderputt and Arcanium: Rise of Arkhan will be available for all Netflix subscribers, Rogue now has three confirmed titles for the new Netflix Games platform. All games on the Netflix platform are available with no ads or in-app purchases and are included with all Netflix memberships This news comes after Rogue recently announced it has moved onto all platforms with 400% growth as it leaves 2021 and heads 2022 Rogue has released 15 SKUs so far this year bringing their library

Rogue Games has revealed a new partnership with Netflix as it moves onto all platforms with a 400% growth heading into 2022. Last week Rogue Games announced two ambitious new development partnerships: Confirmed by Netflix in a BLOG POST, Rogue Games is debuting Card Blast, a fast and polished card puzzle game, as part of Netflix’s very first games roll-out. Other 2021 and 2022 titles will be announced soon. The recently-revealed collaboration on next-gen consoles and PC with Bloober Team is one of the

Rogue Games is joining forces with acclaimed developer Bloober Team on an unannounced next-generation console and PC game. Poland-based Bloober Team is an industry-leading studio with a proven track record of hit games, including the Layers of Fear series, Blair Witch, Observer, and most recently, The Medium, which won numerous awards and earned top ratings from critics.  “We couldn’t be more excited to collaborate with Rogue on this incredible project,” said Piotr Babieno, CEO, Bloober Team. “We pride ourselves on making games

Rogue, a leading publisher of "bats*** insane" video games, announced two fast-paced, first-person shooters for console and PC as part of Realms Deep 2021, a digital event hosted by 3D Realms and Friends filled with world premieres, special guests, and more. The two games include SPRAWL, a twitch-paced retro-FPS heavily inspired by eastern cyberpunk such as 1995's Ghost in the Shell, and NEON BEASTS

Rogue Games has raised $2.5 million to publish “batsh*t insane” indie games for the PC, consoles, and mobile devices. The company will use the money from Riva Technology and Entertainment to grow its team and sign new indie and licensed games, and it will build out its publishing platform for PC, console, and mobile games, said Rogue Games CEO Matt Casamassina, in an interview with GamesBeat