Glitch's Moonrise Fund backs first three studios

Originally published on GamesIndustry.biz by Marie Dealessandri

Virtuoso Neomedia, Future Club and Perfect Garbage named as the “starter studios” of the early stage fund

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Indie-focused fund Moonrise Fund has announced the first wave of studios it’s backing.

In a series of tweets, the company named Virtuoso Neomedia, Future Club and Perfect Garbage as its “starter studios” for its early stage fund.

Virtuoso Neomedia was founded by developer Ethan Redd and is currently working on dogfighter Zodiac XX, with Redd saying: “Through mechanical, fun-forward design I work to create expressive structures that are as soulful as they are fun.”

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