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.
Play it Now: "Santa" Christmas Is Coming is a lovely wee Christmas game from Lazy Monday, which features a light-fingered nocturnal visitor who's probably Father Christmas...
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.
Awesome Edinburgh indie, Amicable Animal and publisher Armor Games have revealed that their funky and fascinating reflect-em-up puzzle game SOLAS will be released on PC - AND NINTENDO SWITCH - in Q1 2021.
Yaldi Games, a new game development studio has claimed the Converge Creative Challenge prize at the 2020 Converge awards. Elena Höge, a Design and Digital Media Masters graduate from the University of Edinburgh, and the founder of Yaldi, won the award for its first title, Wholesome, an original new game which focuses on foraging real-world... Continue Reading →
Coming Soon: CYGNI by Keelworks
A brand new twin-stick bullet hell shooter, with incredible cinematic visuals, Cygni displays its creators screen industry experience.
You can add Cygni to your Steam wishlist now.
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.
It promises to be a fairly difficult time for freelance workers moving forward. The creative industries run on self-employed people, but with businesses of all kinds concentrating on survival and their full-time staff, the work out there may be scarce, difficult to find and sporadic. So let's help the freelance community (disclosure, this includes your... Continue Reading →
A new research report from UKIE and the BFI shows Scotland as the fourth largest cluster in the UK's video games industry, with Edinburgh and Dundee in the top 10 cities for game development.