Our week of exclusive Game In Scotland coverage continues with a run down of the speakers who’ll be on stage this Saturday (9th of March) to tell the audience more about their companies, their games, their new releases and the future of the entire interactive industry…
Denki’s Player Champion, Romana Ramzan will be the 2013 Game In Scotland keynote speaker.
A new player in the Scottish games scene. This will be Aphelio’s first presentation at Game In Scotland. Find out exactly what they’re up to and the latest secret projects…
Long-time participant Tag Games has created a wide range of games for some of the world’s leading media companies. Find out more about the company’s plans.
The creators of Mobile MMORPG Celtic Heroes, One Thumb Mobile plans to take the game to new platforms and ever greater heights. Find out more from founder Richard Hasinski and Community Manager Alex Wozniak.
Up-and-coming indie superstars Guerilla Tea have already impressed with BAFTA nominations and organising workshops and events for kids and teens. They have big plans for 2013.
The team behind APB Reloaded have recently celebrated the game’s year in the top 5 free-to-play games on Steam. What next from Reloaded and where will APB be going in the years to come?
Another shining new star in the Scottish games scene. Blazing Griffin have re-released stylish online murder-em-up, The Ship, announced the official sequel Full Steam Ahead and are working on a remake of their mobile game of galactic domination, Distant Star. Can they fit in more variety and surprises?
One of Scotland’s best kept secrets, Codeplay has carried out some incredible work behind the scenes of the games industry with some major hardware companies. Their new technology is already being incorporated into online games and promises to keep pushing back the boundaries of games visuals.
It’s not just Bloons, you know. Ninja Kiwi is an online wonderland of gaming splendour and variety. Now they have TSFKADG, their mobile output could be just as varied and successful…
Collaborative learning games may not be the first thing you think of when you consider gaming, but there’s a lot of interesting, informative and FUN ideas coming out of Edinburgh’s Tigerface games. We’re excited about this one.
In an every-second-counts presentation of ultimate wonder and compact information delivery you’ll be able to find out more about the company and the new device they’ve launched which promises to make iPhone gaming more exciting, immediate and pick-up-and-playable than Destiny running on a PlayStation 4.