Madcraft Studios, which develops games for computer and mobile platforms, received its first investment from WePlay Ventures with a valuation of 2 Million TL. Founded by 4 young entrepreneurs, Madcraft Studios plans to launch Crowalt, which are computer games, with the investment they have received, while also aiming to implement mobile game projects.
Combining traditional storytelling with today’s pixel art graphics
Madcraft Studios draws attention with the games they have developed for computer and mobile platforms. “Crowalt: Traces of the Lost Colony”, draws intense attention from gamers, especially by combining traditional storytelling with today’s pixel art graphics. The game appeals to a wide audience that loves the adventure genre with its story and alternative finals that changes with players’ choices. Preparing to carry the experience gained from Crowalt to the mobile platform, Madcraft aims prepare to carry the experience gained from Crowalt to the mobile platform and expand its teams with the investment they have received.
Madcraft: “We are very happy to act together with a team that believes in us as much as we do”
Fırat Baban, co-founder of Madcraft Studios, stated that they have been dreaming of their games to be played by millions of people since the first day they came together as 4 friends. “While we had endless dreams when we set out on this road, now we have certain and clear goals. Working together with a team that believes in us as much as we do and that this team is one of the most important institutions of the gaming industry like WePlay Ventures makes us very happy and proud. We will work day and night with our entire team and strive to surpass our dreams.”
WePlay Ventures Managing Partner Bora Koçyiğit said, “As WePlay, we are very happy that we made our second investment in Madcraft Studios. We trust the Madcraft team endlessly and believe they are very successful in what they do. I am sure we will do very well together. At WePlay, we will continue to rapidly support early-stage gaming initiatives.”