|Subsidiary of Shine Group|
|Industry||Video game industry|
|Headquarters||London, England, United Kingdom|
Bossa Studios Ltd. is a British video game developer based in London, England. Founded in October 2010 by Henrique Olifiers, Ric Moore, Imre Jele and Roberta Lucca, it was acquired by Shine Group in September 2011 for an undisclosed fee.
Bossa developed the BAFTA 2014 nominated Surgeon Simulator 2013, which originally was the product of a game jam. The game has gone on to sell over 2 million copies worldwide across Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, PlayStation 4, iOS and Android.
In 2015, Bossa was nominated for yet another BAFTA for its mobile game Twelve a Dozen, which required players use their heads to solve mathematical platforming puzzles.
Later in 2015, Bossa saw its next major release with I am Bread, which sets the player into the form of a living piece of bread that wants to toast itself.
Bossa is currently developing the massively multiplayer online adventure game World's Adrift, an open world platformer.
List of games
- Monstermind (2011, for social networks)
- Merlin: The Game (2013, for social networks)
- Surgeon Simulator 2013 (2013, for Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, PlayStation 4, iOS and Android)
- Thomas Was Alone (2014, developed by Mike Bithell, published for iOS and Android)
- Deep Dungeons of Doom (2014, co-developed together with MiniBoss, for Microsoft Windows, OS X, iOS and Android)
- Twelve a Dozen (2015, for iOS)
- I am Bread (2015, for Microsoft Windows, OS X, PlayStation 4, iOS and Android)
- Spy_Watch (2015, for iOS)
- Outlaw Poker (2015, for Android)
- Surgeon Simulator VR: Meet The Medic (2016, for Microsoft Windows, using HTC Vive)
- Worlds Adrift Island Creator (2016, for Microsoft Windows)
- Worlds Adrift (TBA, for Microsoft Windows)
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- "Video Games Awards Winners & Nominees in 2012". British Academy of Film and Television Arts. 15 February 2012. Retrieved 11 December 2015.
- Karmali, Luke (18 June 2012). "Merlin to Bewitch Facebook Users in New Game". IGN. IGN Entertainment. Retrieved 11 December 2015.
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