: Founded in August 2013 by ex-Digital Chocolate developers, Spanish studio Omnidrone
has been quietly putting together its first game. It must have something eye-catching in the works, as the company today revealed that it has raised $2 million in funding.
Most notably, this round of funding has come from investment companies like Nokia Growth Partners, London Venture Partners and Kibo Ventures, firms that have backed game studios including Supercell and Grand Cru in the past.
Omnidrone's first game is a mobile free-to-play social title aimed at mid-core players -- it's due for release sometime in the next few months. The company plans to use this funding to hire more staffers.