Kingdom Games buys assets of California company

Dec 12, 2014
Austin Business Journal

Faith-based video game developer Kingdom Games LLC has bought the assets of a California application maker


Austin-based Kingdom Games acquired 4Soils, a Stanford, California-based children's Bible app developer, according to a Kingdom Games news release


Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed


4Soils, which was founded in early 2012, is best known for its Bible-based products designed for children 3 to 5. It employed five workers


The deal is expected to strengthen Kingdom Games' goal of developing ethical and moral games to consumers, executives said


Kingdom Games, a division of Kingdom Media LLC, was founded in July 2013 by Studio Head James Parkman and board director Phil Smith. It now employs 20 workers


Parkman, a 14-year veteran of the video game development industry, has been the lead design and project management roles for major game makers such as France-based Atari SA, South Korea-


based NCSoft Corp. and Vigil Games, an Austin-based company acquired in 2006 by THQ Inc., a California-based developer and publisher of interactive entertainment software


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