BOSTON, MA, Gaming software developer Brass Monkey Inc. has closed on a $750,000 seed funding round.
Gaming software developer Brass Monkey Inc. has closed on a $750,000 seed funding round, according to a report published by MHT.
A total of about 13 angels invested in the Boston company's first institutional round. Among the local angels imvolved in the round are Nicole Stata, founder of Boston Seed Capital LLC; Michael Dornbrook, former COO of Harmonix Music Systems Inc. and now a member of Boston CommonAngels; video blogging pioneer Steve Garfield and Adam Miller, CEO of Abroad1010.
Brass Monkey is video game console that uses smartphones as controllers and any screen with a web browser as the main display.
Brass Monkey provides a free SDK (software development kit) that lets developers create games with similar features to traditional consoles (XBox, PS3, Wii, Wii U, etc.) using familiar tools for creating Web based games: HTML5, Unity and/or Flash.
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