On Thursday, the Unity Software (UVS) stock dropped 1% to $4.18.
On Friday, the stock closed at $4,065.
Unity is a technology company founded by two former Microsoft (MSFT) executives.
The company was spun off from Microsoft in 2014 and is based in San Francisco.
Unity Software is also part of the Unity Asset Store, a cloud-based software-distribution service that sells a variety of software and assets that developers can use to build their games and apps.
The Unity Asset store is used by developers who want to publish their games to the Unity website.
On Wednesday, the company announced a revenue of $11.9 million.
The revenue comes from sales of Unity software licenses and other licenses, and is an increase of 1% over last year’s revenue.
On Thursday, Unity Software said that the $11 million revenue was a drop of less than $10 million, or 0.5%.
Unity Software’s revenue for the quarter ended June 30 was $13.6 million, a decrease of 8% from the same quarter last year.
Unity has said it expects to have more revenue for 2017.
Unity announced in November that it expects revenue of about $100 million in 2017.