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NEXT GAMES CORPORATION | COMPANY RELEASE | 25 October 2021, 3:00 pm EEST

MONDAY OCTOBER 25, 2021 - HELSINKI, FINLAND - Next Games announces the release of Stranger Things: Puzzle Tales, an officially licensed, mobile game developed in collaboration with Netflix based on the Stranger Things tv-series. Next Games is the first publicly listed mobile game developer and publisher in Finland which specializes in games based on entertainment franchises, such as movies, TV series or books.

The company will release additional details regarding the game via press release today.

Next Games’ financial outlook and guidance remains unchanged. Next Games expects revenues to grow to at least EUR 40 million in 2021. The Company is targeting profitable growth with full year EBITDA positive in 2021.

Game download link: https://nxtg.ms/PuzzleTalesLaunch

Website: https://www.strangerthingspuzzletales.com/


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About Next Games

Next Games is the first publicly listed mobile game developer and publisher in Finland, specializing in games based on entertainment franchises, such as movies, TV series or books. The developers of the critically acclaimed The Walking Dead games redefine the way franchise entertainment transforms into highly engaging service-based mobile games. Next Games works on multiple new games based on beloved global IP’s, including Stranger Things: Puzzle Tales based on Netflix’s hit 80s horror drama series and Blade Runner: Rogue based on Blade Runner. www.nextgames.com





Next Games is a developer and publisher of licensed mobile games. We are a trendsetter in service-based mobile games based on mass entertainment products such as movies, TV series or books. We develop games in close cooperation with the license owners of the entertainment products to ensure a tight connection between the game and the original entertainment product – for instance a TV-series. So far, we have published two games that have received praise from the critics, both in 2015. Our game The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land has been downloaded approximately 16 million times.