UK mobile games developer Supersolid has raised $4 million led by Index Ventures with participation from a number of other unnamed investors.

The company, founded in 2012, has amassed 50 million downloads and launched its latest game Home Street. The new funds will be used to add new features to the game, grow its London-based team, and build new partnerships.

“We are incredibly proud of this deep, engaging and interactive world we have created. To achieve success, we know how important it is to listen to our global community of players, and take their feedback on board. We hope they love what we’ve come up with in Home Street,” said Ed Chin, CEO of Supersolid.

Index Ventures has previously invested in gaming companies like King and Supercell.

“This investment underscores our belief in the team and their formula for making fun and distinctive games,” added Ben Holmes, venture partners at Index Ventures. “We believe Home Street will be a big success and can elevate Supersolid to become one of Europe’s leading mobile game studios.”

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