Discovery Bay Games, which makes tablet accessories such as an iPad controller for classic Atari titles, announced today it raised $15 million.
The funding round, led by Trilogy Equity Partners LLC and Logitech, will help the Seattle-based company release a slew of new products for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
“The iPad is the fastest-growing gaming platform for all ages,” Michael Sievert, chief executive officer of Discovery Bay Games, said in an interview. “But to date, they’ve been missing that tactile input.”
Discovery Bay started as a traditional maker of board games in 2006. Last fall, it began selling a controller for Atari arcade games such as Centipede and Asteroids that can be played on the iPad.