YoYo Games Launches Interactive Game Making Tutorial: Little Town

YoYo Games has launched Little Town – a new game-making tutorial – which teaches students and hobbyists game development using GameMaker Studio 2. 

Much More McMinecraft: Cumbrae Next In Metaverse

Cumbrae has been recreated in Minecraft as part of an educational project to help school children learn the island’s heritage & history.

Welcome To The Emporium Of Digital Delights

The Emporium of Digital Delights is a series of online coding challenge ‘sprints’ from Prewired++ to help young people make something cool with code.

Chroma Ventures Donates £25K To Digital Skills Charity

Digital Xtra Fund, the charity which enables young people across Scotland to learn valuable new digital skills has received a donation of £25,000 from Chroma Ventures to support its annual grants programme.

Young Enterprise Scotland Says YES To Games

A collaboration between Young Enterprise Scotland (YES) and Glasgow University has produced two new games to teach young people valuable business skills.

Tranzfuser Enterprise Pathway Applications Open

Applications are now open for the Tranzfuser Enterprise Pathway, a funding competition open to graduates from UK universities, which offers up to £25,000 to develop a new commercial videogame.

Case Study: YoYo Games

A Case Study of YoYo Games, the Dundee-based creator of the GameMakerStudio game development platform, which has been downloaded over 10 million times.

Case Study: Stormcloud Games & NatWest – Island Saver

Island Saver, the console & mobile game created by Stormcloud Games & NatWest is helping children worldwide to learn about money in a new way

Esports In Education Conference Scotland

The British Esports Association, in partnership with the College Development Network (CDN), is hosting the first Esports in Education Conference Scotland this March. The conference has been designed to encompass all sectors of the Scottish …

Digital Xtra Fund Applications Open – Teach The Next Generation Of Developers

Funding applications have opened for this year’s grants programme from Digital Xtra Fund, Scotland’s charity committed to increasing the number and diversity of young people learning innovative digital skills.