TechCrunch is reporting that an upstart game developer has raised $2.4 million in funding.
The investment is made by the company, Redshift, which specializes in creating custom games and mobile apps for mobile platforms.
Redshift has raised some serious funding in the past, but the company has not raised a Series A since 2011.
The company’s website is now available on the platform.
RedShift has also recently announced a new game called “Rift,” which was also a game that the company created as a mobile app, but that didn’t see a large amount of traction on the Apple App Store.
In 2018, RedShift acquired a bunch of assets from the game developer, including assets from “The Secret World,” which will now be called “The Rift.”
In 2018 the company launched an Android app called “Guitar Hero Legends,” which is the first app to include a “RIFT” element.
The “Rifts” app is a cross-platform game that lets players play with characters from the popular video game, Guitar Hero.
It was designed with the aim of being a way for players to share the joy of playing with a friend, something that hasn’t been the case for quite a while.
Redshifts games will be released for iOS and Android devices.
The startup is also working on a Kickstarter for a game called, “Aeromancer,” which follows a protagonist who has to save a team of superheroes from an enemy.
“Aero,” which also has a Kickstarter, has also launched a Kickstarter.
Red shift is based in Austin, Texas, and has raised more than $100 million in venture capital and angel funding.