A Kickstarter campaign to fund the development of The Silent Tombs, a game which allows players to explore historically authentic Gaelic, Celtic and Angle Saxon tombs, is now LIVE...
As part of its work to support the Video Game Tax Relief (VGTR), UKIE is gathering critical economic data about our sector, through a UK Games Industry Economic Impact Survey, to ensure it can base base future work on robust and comprehensive evidence. The organisation needs ALL games businesses - large and small - to give them accurate... Continue Reading →
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.
Strange Sickness is a new narrative game, based in medieval Aberdeen, whent he city faced the perils of plague. It is based upon real historical data from the city's unique records, which run from 1398 to the present day.
Date of the Dead, the quirky LGBTQ-friendly, paranormal dating sim that invites you to romance a selection of irresistible ghouls, ghosts and monsters has just launched a Kickstarter crowdfunding campign.
The online Access to Finance event from UKIE offers an opportunity for game developers and indie studios to discover different funding and finance options, to support their games and their businesses
What does it take to run a successful crowdfunding campaign? A new online event from RGU will hear from two successful entrepreneurs and crowdfunding company Seedrs on how to plan and run a campaign which works.
Six recipients of InGAME R&D innovation vouchers have been announced, covering a broad range of gamification and applied games projects.