Spry Fox will work for Netflix as its sixth in-house game company, the streaming service announced in a statement.

Just one month before Spry Fox celebrates its first year of releasing games in November, Netflix revealed on October 31 that it has bought the game developer.

Netflix released a statement in which it said it was “happy to announce that Spry Fox is joining Netflix and will become our sixth in-house games studio.”

According to Daniel Cook, co-founder of Spry Fox, “our goal when David and I created Spry Fox twelve years ago was to create a place where nice, creative individuals could build beautiful, original games in a friendly environment that brought delight to the people who played them.” We are all thrilled to join Netflix as an internal gaming company and create wonderful games together after having many passionate chats.

According to Netflix, Spry Fox’s method of game production and its commercial success with games like Triple Town, Alphabear, and Cozy Grove will assist to advance the creative growth of a different genre and bring additional games to the platform’s expanding library of video games.

The statement continued, “We look forward to developing games with a studio whose values—a relentless focus on employee and player joy—align closely with ours.

Our games journey has only just began, but I’m proud of the groundwork we’ve done to expand our in-house creative capabilities so that we can provide our members with the finest games experience possible as part of their membership, including no adverts and no in-app purchases. Netflix’s Amir Rahimi, VP of Game Studios

By the end of the year, Netflix hopes to have at least 50 videogame releases available.

Less than 1% of Netflix’s more than 221 million customers, or an average of 1.7 million individuals every day, are said to be playing the games, according to app analytics company Apptopia.

The platform is pushing into video games more quickly. The corporation has been releasing the games to keep consumers interested in between episodes of shows since last November.

Only subscribers have access to the games, which must be downloaded as separate apps.