TinyCo | About Us
At TinyCo, we’re making millions of people happy 5 minutes at a time by bringing the world’s largest entertainment franchises to mobile gaming. Our players have enjoyed billions of minutes with our fun, imaginative worlds. Where will you go with us?
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At TinyCo, we’re a small San Francisco startup bringing the world’s largest entertainment franchises to mobile gaming. We hit top five grossing with Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff by working directly with the writers of the show, and earning several “Best Mobile Game of 2014” awards in the process. With brand new entertainment properties on the horizon, we’re just getting started.

Backed by Andreessen Horowitz and Pinnacle Ventures, our small studio structure frees smart people to solve big problems. We believe that when you staff a team with smart people, cut away bureaucracy, and add in heavy doses of autonomy, fun and challenge, you get award winning results.



Our games have been downloaded more than 115 million times worldwide. We were one of the first to crack the code for monetizing games on Android. We’re building games with some of the largest IP in the world. We’re just getting started, and we’ve got an all-star team to prove it.

Board of Directors

marc andreessen

Marc Andreessen

Marc is one of the most powerful investors in Silicon Valley. He co-founded Mosaic, Netscape, and Andreessen Horowitz. Marc also sits on the board of directors of Facebook, eBay, and HP.


Suli Ali

Suli Ali

Suli is an entrepreneur, angel investor, and cofounder of TinyCo. He previously worked at Microsoft and studied Computer Science at Georgia Tech.

mike o'brien

Mike O’Brien

Mike is the president and co-founder of ArenaNet, and Executive Producer of its wildly popular “Guild Wars” franchise.



Ben Horowitz

Ben is an entrepreneur, investor, blogger, and author. He co-founded Andreessen Horowitz and Opsware, which was acquired by HP.


Ron Conway

Ron is an investor and one of the top “dealmakers” in Silicon Valley. He invested in Google, Ask Jeeves, Paypal, and Opsware.


Keith Rabois

Keith is an accomplished executive, entrepreneur, and angel investor. He was an early investor in YouTube, Yammer, Lyft, AirBnB, Eventbrite, and more.