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The second major location-based game from Red Robot Labs is off to a good start.
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Game media veteran John Davison has jumped from CBS Interactive to Red Robot Labs.
Will Life is Magic become the second big hit for Red Robot Labs in the location-gaming market?
Red Robot Labs is sharing the wealth by investing $2M in developers that use its location-based gaming platform.
The Tap Lab has raised $550,000 to finance mobile games that are layered on top of real-world locations. The idea is to create experiences that “extend beyond the edge of our screens and into reality.”
Investors include the founding team …
Red Robot Labs, a maker of location-based smartphone games, has raised $5 million from Taiwanese media firm Next Media.
The deal is a big endorsement for location-based games, which have struggled to find an audience over the years. But Red …
Red Robot Labs is a pretty young startup, founded earlier this. But the mobile game company raised $8.5 million in September and is using that money already. Today, the company is announcing it has acquired England-based game studio Supermono.
Red Robot Labs is announcing today it has raised $8.5 million to fund its location-based mobile gaming business.
The new funding shows that the stakes are getting higher in social games on mobile platforms as well-known investors and entrepreneurs are …
There’s got to be more to location-based mobile games than checking in. That was the thinking behind the game startup Red Robot Labs and its first game, Life is Crime.
The game debuted on the Android Market yesterday, and it’s …