OUT NOW: Bowl 'Em Down is a new mobile game from Dundee's Lowtek Games, which combines the popular pursuits of bowling & screaming.
Gordon Ramsay's Chef Blast - a new cooking-themed puzzle game from Outplay Entertainment is OUT NOW for iOS and Android.
GameDayLive is a fast-paced, streamlined management game designed specifically for mobile and playing on the go. It’s a natural move for Digital Sports Arena, who have worked on the mobile version of Championship Manager with Square Enix for more than a decade.
AdInMo, the Edinburgh-based in-game mobile advertising company has integrated its platform with global programmatic advertising provider, Mobfox
Recent research shows the number of mobile games downloaded has hit record levels, during the Covid19 crisis, with casual titles and match-three games among the most popular.
Steel Media, the epic team behind Pocket Gamer, is bringing it's BIG INDIE PITCH to Dundee on November 30. The event offers developers the opportunity to pitch their game ideas to a panel of experts (and what experts - see below...) A speed dating format, gives each developer four minutes with each panel, giving every... Continue Reading →
Following another successful Game Developer Conference, Scottish Development International have passed on an opportunity from the show... Dolby Labs, the pioneering audio company is actively looking for game developers - especially those creating games or apps which utilise audio in new and interesting ways. According to SDI: Andy Vaughn, their Developer Relations Manager, advised that they... Continue Reading →
Following the game's fabulous reception on mobile, No Code, the developer behind Super Arc Light, has started a Steam Greenlight campaign to bring the game to PC. The new version promises the same promising, stylish action-packed gameplay to the highly respectable and more traditional gaming platform. The company promises that it's even considering a few... Continue Reading →
All 4 Games, Channel 4's mobile publisher today released Super Arc Light, the first title from new Scottish studio No Code. The game is a stylish radial arcade shooter, which means players must spin around a central axis and blast incoming enemies into tiny shards of glowing particles. This is, of course, not nearly as... Continue Reading →