Queer Me, or The Queer Games Library, is a new digital game library and archive, which will curate video games which offer the opportunity to explore diverse gender and sexuality expressions, or a queer perspective through play.
Gaming and Me: Connections, Identity and Support takes for granted the fact that millions and millions us have very healthy and productive relationships with the games we play, and that games can be an integral and hugely meaningful part of their players’ lives.
The murky, complicated, and morally dubious history of the world's favourite block-based puzzle game is coming to the big screen, with the announcement of a new Tetris Movie, starring Taron Egerton, which is being shot in Scotland.
Culture Counts, the organisation which is the collective voice of Scotland's cultural and heritage sectors, has written to Fiona Hyslop MSP, the Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Fair Work and Culture, to ask for the announcement of a three-year culture budget in January 2021.
Guest editorial. Does the games industry have a problem? Crunch, diversity & toxic office culture seems all too common. We asked Purpose HR to explore how games companies can build a positive workplace culture...
Arcadia Night 2020 is an evening of online micro-talks, game demos and discussions from leading game designers, creators, and thinkers from across the interactive industry.
The thoughtful discussion during Creative Dundee’s recent InGAME Insights event quickly proved that this is a crucial time for how we think about play in public spaces - one wracked with challenges, but also teeming with potential.
Find out about the challenges faced by the Double 11 team in releasing Minecraft Dungeons - in 2020 - at the next Queer Code event on Dec 1st
The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and the Traverse Theatre have opened two fellowships for writers - including one for new digital platforms. The is a wonderful opportunity for writers and narrative designers to take their concepts to a whole new audience.