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iFund-ed developer ngmoco gets Google-fied

They took start-up funding from Apple’s ‘iFund’, now it appears iPhone game developer ngmoco’s flirting with the other side — Google Ventures (The VC arm of the search giant) has invested in the developer.

TechCrunch tells us the profitable company took up to $5 million in Google cash. While Google’s ‘don’t be evil’ boss, Eric Schmidt, has in the past stressed that Google Ventures is not Google, but independent…

However, I surely wouldn’t be surprised to see ngmoco begin to port its titles to Android devics.

ngmoco competitor SGN recently began offering titles on Android. “SGN closed a bridge round led by Eric Schmidt

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