Flickr co-founder Stewart Butterfield's startup game studio, Tiny Speck, closed a second round of funding today to the tune of $10.7 million. This brings the developer up to $17 million total in funding.
Today, Tiny Speck is thrilled to announce that wlitch will be starting beta next week. If you already have access to the alpha tests, you'll notice much more frequent testing (along, of course, with more new features, content and increased polish). If you don't already have access to the tests, you'll notice that you'll be much more likely to get an invite: though there are still tens of thousands of people in the queue, we'll be inviting many more and switching to a system where existing testers can invite their friends.
Glitch has been in development for 18 months. Tiny Speck's second round of funding will go toward developing the game as it enters closed beta next week. This round was led by venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz with participation from Accel Partners. The first round came from Accel with participation by Andreessen Horowitz and angel investors.
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