COVID-19 Game Update: Developing The Environment

A development update from the team at Game DR on the development of their game to help educate children and young people about Covid-19.

OUT NOW: GameMaker 2.3 – Simpler, Faster, More Powerful Game Development

YoYo Games, the creator of Game Maker Studio has released version 2.3 with radical new improvements & capabilities to make game development faster, simpler and more accessible.

How To Attend Gamescom 2020

Gamescom 2020, which takes place in Cologne later this month has established itself as one of the most significant and valuable events in the global gaming calendar. This year, the... Continue Reading →

Game Doctor Developing Covid19 Education Game

Glasgow-based Game Doctor has secured £50,000 of Innovate UK funding to develop a mobile game, to help children prevent the spread of coronavirus as they return to school. Game Doctor... Continue Reading →

Abertay Digital Graduate Show Pulls Through with Some Stunning Computer Arts

Abertay’s School of Design & Informatics is no stranger to success. This March, their undergrad games degrees were named best in Europe - for the sixth year in a row. And now, their entire Graduate Show can be viewed online.

Epic Gives Developers 1 Million More Reasons To Choose Unreal Engine 5

Epic Gives Developers 1 Million More Reasons To Choose Unreal Engine 5.

Royalty free use up to the first $1M, AND free access to the Player Services behind the megagame Fortnite, offer true cross-platform gaming.

Friday Forums – Apply Now

Friday Forums - A new weekly showcase for Scottish creatives - is now open for applications from creatives in all sectors and forms of practice.

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.

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

Why Doing Your Own Testing Can Cost Developers Dearly

For many developers - not just those in the games industry - the idea of paying someone to test software seems like an unnecessary luxury. Test-driven development, live patching and... Continue Reading →

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