The Swiss publisher of mobile games Miniclip has acquired a non-core asset for itself. The company includes FuturLab studio, which develops games for consoles and PCs and is best known for the PowerWash Simulator.

PowerWash Simulator

The amount and terms of the transaction were not disclosed. It is known that FuturLab CEO Kirsty Rigden will continue to lead the studio. In addition, FuturLab will maintain its creative independence.

"We are proud to be part of the Miniclip family! It is very exciting that we are paving the way that will bring Miniclip to PC and consoles. Almost nothing has changed in FuturLab's work: we still control all the work processes in the studio ourselves, including when creating games. However, this deal will allow us to release many more great projects in the coming years," Rigden commented on the sale of the studio.

FuturLab was opened in 2003. In addition to PowerWash Simulator, she has developed games such as Peaky Blinders: Mastermind, Mini-Mech Mayhem, Tiny Trax and the Velocity series.

Founded in 2001, Miniclip initially specialized in games for the web. Nine years later, the company began to expand into the mobile market and gradually began to pay more and more attention to it. In April 2022, Miniclip decided to abandon its web gaming platform in favor of mobile and announced that it would close almost all browser games. 8 Ball Pool and — the only titles she decided to keep.

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