Total Eclipse raises €430k led by Jeremie Openfund II
Athens, November 14 2013. Total Eclipse was founded in 2004 by self-taught brothers Argiris and Dimitrios Bendilas, comprising of a small core team, great ambition, and worldwide collaborations raised 430k led by Jeremie Openfund II -recorded as one of the largest investments to date made- which will be used towards an ambitious plan: making Total Eclipse a top brand in multiplatform, casual gaming. This involves growing the team, further developing in-house technology and launching a number of games across various platforms and markets.
Total Eclipse has a strong track record of game releases with seven shipped titles in nine years, across different genres, platforms, and markets. Despite their differences, the games are characterised by their attention to detail, focus on fun and high level of polish.
The studio’s most popular titles, the Clockwork Man series (hidden object/adventure for Win/Mac/Linux set in a Victorian steampunk universe), first introduced the concept of immersive scrolling and zoomable scenes to the genre, sold hundreds of thousands of copies, and were amongst the first games to launch on Steam for Linux.
Total Eclipse’s latest release, A Clockwork Brain, is a puzzle game for iOS that blends brain-training with frantic puzzle solving. It has received glowing reviews from thousands of players and has surpassed 750,000 downloads through organic growth.
To read the full Press Release in Greek visit this page.
Total Eclipse is a memebr of the gi-Cluster.
For more information about the company visit: www.totaleclipsegames.com