BAFTA Scotland Award Entries Now Open

Entries are now open for the 2020 BAFTA Scotland Awards.

Proper QA At An Hourly Rate

To help companies struggling with development during the Covid-19 crisis, Software testing company Proper QA is now offering its services on an hourly basis.

Dave Taylor (iD): Production Workshop

While this year's Xpo North may have fallen prey to the ongoing lockdown, the team behind Scotland's best creative industries festival has been hard at work moving much of the programme online. Dave Taylor, one of the team at id software, (self described as the 'spackle coder') responsible for Doom and Quake, is holding a... Continue Reading →

Game Jam 192: Continuing the Tradition

Andrew French, an avid fan of all things design, had been attending the Moray Game Jam since 2012, where his love for making games awakened. Since then, the jam has become a yearly tradition for Andrew and, for the past 8 years, he looked forward to reconnecting with old friends, collaborating with fresh faces. Just... Continue Reading →

AI In Videogames: Edinburgh Science Festival

AI In Videogames: Chris van der Kuyl, Chair of 4J Studios answers questions about the use of AI in videogames as part of the (online) 2020 Edinburgh Science Festival

RPGLite: Roleplay Research Required

RPGLite is a free mobile game created by PhD students to help gather data into the way people play and learn games.

Help them out and try the game now - for Apple & Android phones (it's ad-free too!)

Glasgow School of Art: Open Evening

The Glasgow School of Art is holding a (virtual) open evening for it's amazing range of postgraduate courses focusing on areas of gaming including: medical & heritage visualisation, VR and serious games.

£20M Business Innovation Funding Call

Innovate UK has launched a competition to encourage UK businesses to help innovate and address critical issues around the Covid19 pandemic.

Help The UK Games Industry Fight Covid19

Some of the UK's leading developers have joined forces with the Department of Culture Media and Sport to include essential health messages to players across the country. Games created in the UK, including Candy Crush Saga, Sniper Elite 4, DiRT Rally 2.0 and Farm Heroes now carry the information: Stay at Home, Protect the NHS,... Continue Reading →

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