Y Combinator-backed Kamcord got off to a strong start last year — it locked up a hefty seed round which Chinese incubator InnovationWorks just recently added to — and now co-founder/CEO Matt Zitzmann says the team has its sights set on hitting some lofty usage goals.
For the uninitiated, Kamcord is an SDK for iOS that allows mobile game developers using a handful of popular game engines… → Read More
It’s been about four months since YC alum Kamcord first opened its mobile game recording SDK to eager developers, and the team seems to have picked up quite a bit of steam since then. Today, Kamcord announced that it has raised a total of $1.5 million in seed funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Google Ventures, Tencent, Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer, and Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, just to name a… → Read More
Mobile games have grown to the point where players can dive into an immersive world or rack up high scores in just a few minutes from any platform. But trying to share those standout moments with others can be problematic.
Big numbers, virtual badges, and achievements all lack a sense of context, and a way for other people to know exactly how good you are. After all, what good is nabbing a high… → Read More