tinyBuild acquires We’re Five Games, Hungry Couch, and Moon Moose

The studios behind Totally Reliable Delivery Service, Black Skylands, and Cartel Tycoon.

tinyBuild acquires We're Five Games, Hungry Couch, and Moon Moose

tinyBuild has acquired Totally Reliable Delivery Service developer We’re Five Games, Black Skylands developer Hungry Couch, and Cartel Tycoon developer Moon Moose, the company announced.

The acquisitions bring tinyBuild’s total internal studio count to seven. We’re Five Games, Hungry Couch, and Moon Moose join Hello Neighbor developer Dynamic Pixel, Guts and Glory and Pigeon Simulator developer HakJak, Party Hard 2 and Secret Neighbor co-developer Hologryph, and Hello Engineer developer tinyBuild Riga.

“We believe that long-term thinking and long-term partnerships are the way to move forward for tinyBuild,” said tinyBuild CEO Alex Nichiporchik in a press relese. “With We’re Five, Hungry Couch, and Moon Moose all joining the orange family, our new first-party studios will have access to tinyBuild’s resources and funding while maintaining full creative control.”

Here is a brief overview of what each studio is up to:

  • We’re Five Games – Released Totally Reliable Delivery Service on April 1, 2020, which has since surpassed 14 million downloads. An updated version of the original game is currently in development and planned for release on PC via Steam on April 1, 2021. Pre-production on the next game in the Totally Reliable universe has also begun and will be announced later in 2021.
  • Hungry Couch – Currently working on Black Skylands, which is planned for release for PC via Steam in Q2 2021. The tinyBuild acquisition will allow the studio to continue scaling and work on additional projects.
  • Moon Moose – Currently working on Cartel Tycoon, which is planned for release on PC via Steam in early 2021.

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