Tiny Speck: From a Founder of Flickr

Fri, Apr 2, 2010

Funding, Industry

Stewart Butterfield, a cofounder of Flickr has landed a cool $5 million from Accel Partners to form a casual social game studio known as Tiny Speck. The new social gaming startup has already released one game known as Glitch which is said to be “walking the line between casual social games and intense, multiplayer, life-consuming games.”

I could always go for more social games so I’ll be keeping an eye out for what Tiny Speck has to offer in the future.

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