Lucid Sight was founded in 2015 in Los Angeles, California, and started its journey with the goal of developing technologies to support the evolving gaming landscape. Lucid Sight has innovated on and explored new technologies across multiple platforms (iOS, Android, VR, Console, and PC), working with major IPs and brands. To date, Lucid Sight has built over two dozen games, apps, and experiences using its cutting-edge multiplayer tech stack. These games include MLB Champions, CSC x Star Trek, and Justice League for PSVR.
Lucid Sight, the independent game studio behind MLB Champions, CSC with Star Trek, Herocade, Polyrunner, and several other games spanning VR, AR, and NFTs, is announcing that it has raised $2.58 million to launch a cloud-hosted multiplayer service called Colyseus Arena.Yahoo! Finance
Publisher Lucid Sight announced that it's raised $2.6 million in a funding round.The company said that the investment will go towards launching multiplayer game engine Colyseus Arena as a cloud-hosted service.
The funding round was led by Galaxy Interactive with participation from other investors such as VamosVentures, Goal Venture Partners, Gaingels, and existing investors.
Lucid Sight has raised $2.58 million to launch its cloud-hosting multiplayer gaming service called Colyseus Arena.The Los Angeles-based company recently acquired Colyseus, the popular open-source Node.js multiplayer framework. The Colyseus open-source framework has had over 300,000 downloads since it was created six years ago and averages 10,000 downloads per month.Dean Takahashi for
Lucid Sight, the developer behind MLB Champions and Crypto Space Commander, has acquired Colyseus, taking over the brand and open-source engine. Colyseus is an open-source multiplayer game engine, currently utilized by games like Raft Wars, Tosios, Party Toons, and more, including some of Lucid Sight's own games. Lucid Sight will be launching a cloud service to further support developers who are using Colyseus, and the service's creator Endel Dreyer will be joining the Lucid Sight team.Eric Van Allen for GameIndustry
Lucid Sight will continue to add to the Colyseus open-source library of features in conjunction with the open-source community. Fazri Zubair, chief technology officer at Lucid Sight, said in a statement that the engine has been downloaded by more than 250,000 developers and studios. They use it to create multiplayer game servers. Its main feature is that you can deploy it without the need for a network engineer.Dean Takahashi for VentureBeat
Independent games studio Lucid Sight has snapped up multiplayer game engine Colyseus.The company will take control of the Colyseus brand, social media, support channels and GitHub.Moreover, Lucid will launch a cloud-hosted service designed to offer further support to developers that use Colyseus.Kayleigh Partleton for PocketGamer