Games developer Supersolid raises $4M Series A turn led by Index Ventures

Supersolid, a London-based mobile games developer with some-more than 50 million downloads underneath a belt, is best famous for a pound strike games like Super Penguins, Adventure Town and Pororo Penguin Run. It was combined by a group of rarely gifted mobile and amicable games veterans with backgrounds in EA, Playfish, Glu and Macrospace. That turns out to be a absolute combination, since a association has now lifted a $4 million Series A investment round, led by Index Ventures.

Yesterday it also launched Home Street, a new home emblem and life make-believe game. Think Sim City with home furnishings meets Shaker (assuming anyone gets that reference!). After being a featured “Best New Game” on the Apple App Store globally, as good as a entering a tip mark for “New Games” on a Google Play store globally, a association says it achieved 200,000 installations in a initial 24 hours of a launch.

The investment will be used to enhance a company’s 30-person group in London, and rise Home Street by signing partnerships with entertainment, sell and lifestyle brands. In a game, players pattern their dream home down to a final detail. It’s also a amicable network where players combine and discuss with any other (hence my Shaker comparison). CEO Ed Chin says a diversion is a “deep, enchanting and interactive world.”

Ben Holmes, Venture Partner during Index Ventures, commented: “This investment underscores a faith in a group and their regulation for creation fun and particular games.”

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