Earth Eternal dev secures $4.25 million in VC

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 14 February 2008 12:26 GMT

See here. Developer Sparkplay just got a bunch of money after years of living on beans on toast.

“We’ve been self-financing, and thus bootstrapping, for two years now and are incredibly excited about the chance to expand and accelerate our plans,” said CEO Matt Mihaly, probably from a bath full of gold. “We’re developing a different kind of game: one that combines compelling traditional MMO gameplay with new experiences that can be shared with friends on social networks and beyond.”

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