Emergent Game Technologies, a Calabasas, Calif. company that makes applications to help with game development, said it has raised $12 million in a fourth round of funding.

The round was led by Jerusalem Venture Partners and Worldview Technology Partners, with some help from Adena Ventures, Walker Ventures, Copan, and Cisco Systems. Emergent says its its technology has been used in more than 200 gaming titles.

Here’s a story about the funding.

The company has so far raised $24.3 million.

The company also said it is closing its Walnut Creek, Calif. office, and moving its employees to its research and development center at Chapel Hill, N.C.

According to the report:

Emergent also noted some promotions and personnel changes. Scott Johnson has been promoted from Executive Vice President to President of Emergent Games Technologies and David Gregory, Vice President of Systems Architecture with Emergent, will take on the duties of Vice President of Engineering & Systems Architect after the resignation of Larry Mellon. Finally, John Goodale of consulting company Ages Entertainment has been named Vice President of Marketing and Business Development and Lisa Wenniger has been named Vice President of Product Management.

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