Jobs, Games, News, MORE

Ladies and gentlemen, the goal of the Scottish Games Network has always been to be of utility to the games sector as a whole. A tool if you will, which pulls together all of the latest news, information and data for Scotland's games sector. Since the start of the year, for a couple of reasons... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW – VM Fireworks

The Edinburgh festival (the world's largest arts festival, don't forget) may be over for another year, but thanks to Hippotrix, now the whole world can enjoy the festival's earth-shattering climax in the comfort of their pocket or purse, thanks to the new VM Fireworks app. Available in Apple’s App Store, the iOS app lets users create their... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW: Winx Club Mystery Of The Abyss

Glasgow's Tsumanga Studios is continuing to release new games based upon the incredibly popular Winx Club license. The studio's games (Winx Sirenix Power & Winx Fairy School) have already been downloaded over 5.5 million time and the studio is confident their latest title will help them reach 10 million in the near future. Winx Club:... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW: Gruffalo Games

The Gruffalo, the beloved children's picture book, written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler, has been joined by a brand new mobile game. Gruffalo: Games has been developed by Stormcloud Games, in conjunction with Magic Light Pictures. Gruffalo: Games is out now for iOS devices - iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch priced at a... Continue Reading →

Hunted Cow Signs Deal With Board Game Experts Victory Point

Hunted Cow, Scotland's secret games publisher and one of the country's biggest success stories, announced that it has signed a deal with American board game creators Victory Point Games. Victory Point Games is an award-winning games company, based in California. Victory Point started life as a historical war games company, but has expanded hugely to... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW – Peter Rabbit, New From Chunk

Glasgow's Chunk has created a great reputation for building games which tie into television programmes and specifically those for kids. The company has just released a new title, based on one of the world's most beloved children's licenses, Peter Rabbit. The flash-based game is aimed at 4-6 year olds, and was commissioned by CBeebies to go... Continue Reading →

Lindsay Lohan Suing Rockstar

Hollywood starlet Lindsay Lohan is suing Take 2, the company behind the Grand Theft Auto series for, allegedly making a character in GTA V an unequivocal representation of her. Former child star Lohan contends that her voice and image are reproduced in the game, as well as styles taken from her clothing line. In GTA V, the character,... Continue Reading →

Minecraft Sells 54M Copies – Consoles Lead The Way…

Another week, another post about Minecraft achieving mind-blowing success and creating ongoing joy. Following the awards, the number one slots, mapping the whole of Denmark (really) and the sales, oh so many sales, comes news that Minecraft, continues to confound the critics with... even more sales and success. The big news this time round is... Continue Reading →

Crackdown Returns – Made In Scotland

One of the major stories from this week's E3 is the return of Crackdown. The free roaming, sandbox cops n' robbers game is back and Dave Jones is at the helm. The original was created by Dundee's Realtime Worlds, while the sequel, Crackdown 2, saw Ruffian Games take over development. Dave is of course the... Continue Reading →

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