Interface3 & Science Festival Making Games REAL

Edinburgh's Interface3 is a company best known for touch surface technology, augmented reality and co-located games. ┬áMore recently Interface3 launched its dedicated games label, Tigerface, which is creating multiplayer educational experiences aimed at kids using the same device. Now however, Interface3 has worked with the Edinburgh Science Festival to create PLAY DAY, a real world... Continue Reading →

Inceptional’s Light Hero Blasts Onto iOS

Edinburgh's Inceptional hit the headlines late last year, with their initial release Save Santi, as well as news that the company was not the Hollywood movie, Inception. Now Inceptional is back with its second title, Light Hero, a defiantly retro-styled shoot-em-up (or 'shmup' if you want to sound like you're down with the gamers...), out... Continue Reading →

Marketing, reviews, and mobile may all determine if your game is a hit or a flop

Hard data to back up what I've been saying for the last five years. If you do not support your game, if you do not consider your target audience. If you do not actively create some buzz and get excited about your game, you are abandoning the project you lavished 100% of your talent, creativity... Continue Reading →

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