TIGA Awards 2012 – Open For Entries

The Independent Game Developers Association, or TIGA to their chums (and it's pronounced 'tiger' - see the logo for confirmation) have announced the 2012 TIGA Awards.  They're open for entries. Many entries are open to everyone, not just members.  There are a huge range of categories covering everything from casual, social, online, debut, student and... Continue Reading →

All Change…

So you may have noticed the new theme on the http://www.scottishgames.net site.  It's the first step in the ongoing evolution of the site as a force for all that is good and right and true in the rapidly evolving wide, wide world o' games. NOW for the FIRST TIME EVER you can find all of... Continue Reading →

New Banner!

We have to thank the team at Neil Castle for their wonderful new banner.  It's the first unashamedly personal banner we've had for a while and it's nice to be able to support the indies out there. Thank you Neil, it reminds us of something, but we can't quite put our finger on it. You... Continue Reading →

Take A Bow

When the all new Scottishgames.net was launched, we thought long and hard about how to offer something new, fresh, zesty, delightful and useful to the individuals, companies, studios and games out there.  One idea was to shun the idea of a static banner/logo for the site and instead invite contributions from all and sundry. To... Continue Reading →

Artists In Residence: Stewart Graham

A big thank you to the highly talented Stewart Graham for our most recent Scottishgames banner, Colour Clash.  Currently working with Tag Games, Stewart is a veteran of Denki and DMA Design.  He's also working on a number of other projects we hope to bring you at some point soon... You can see some of... Continue Reading →

New Release – WarPath – Multiplayer iPad Tank Combat From Whisky Biscuit

What better way to pick up after an unexpected break than to highlight a new game - and a new company - in one glorious update? Please welcome WarPath, the inaugural game from Elgin-based Whisky Biscuit.  It's a turn-based, top-down iPad game, for up to four players.  Plan moves, position turrets, drop mines and try... Continue Reading →

Welcome To The Dark Side

Ladies and gentlemen, please don't panic, be scared or generally freak out.  The rather nifty banner we're using this week comes to you courtesy of artist Amr Din (and the letter J and the number 11). Amr takes us in a darker, creepier and more grungy direction which is at odds with some of the... Continue Reading →

New Year, New Banner, New Artist

Happy 2011 readers.  We hope you all had a fun holiday season, with cake, presents, alcohol (where permitted), tiny foolish hats and an occasional cracker. To celebrate the start of a fresh, lithe, hopeful new year, we'd like to present you with a brand new banner, reflecting the best parts of the new year in... Continue Reading →

Artist In Residence – Mr Hogarth (Redux)

The jolliest little elf in Santa's workshop has come through for your favourite Scottish gaming resource once more.  Stewart 'Stu' Hogarth is back once again - like a renegade dancer (not the reindeer) and is once more keeping it defiantly old school. Look upon the C64-inspired banner loveliness and send your Christmas wishes Stewart's way,... Continue Reading →

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