China’s Wozlla Lands $2M For Its HTML5 Game Development Platform

China’s Wozlla Lands $2M For Its HTML5 Game Development Platform

By Jon Russell Native apps may be the current vision what mobile games and apps should look like, but a number of companies are pioneering HTML5-based web apps as a more rounded alternative. One such company, China-based game development firm Wozlla, has landed a $2 million investment from PE firm Greenwood Asset Management to open its development technology to third-party developers worldwide. Read More

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