Recently we spoke with Andrew McKissock, writer, narrative designer and games journalist, about his upcoming project, The Attendant. Andrew's previous work includes, The Glitching Graduation, A New World and The Matrix Online. This upcoming title proves to be less about leather trench coat wearing martial arts specialists and instead focuses on a regular person's struggle... Continue Reading →
Do you produce audio for videogames? UK Game Composers is a new project to capture all of the composers, performers, musicians, producers and other audio experts working in games across the whole of Britain.
Freelance Friday.: Meet the talented types who work in and support Scotland's interactive industries...
Friday Forums - A new weekly showcase for Scottish creatives - is now open for applications from creatives in all sectors and forms of practice.
The Scottish Tech Army is a new initiative to match people working in the digital technology industries - including the games sector - who are currently furloughed, or out of work, with projects to combat the Covid-19 crisis. The organisation aims to use the technical skills and creativity offered by Scotland's digital workforce, to create... Continue Reading →
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 →
The Scottish Games Network, Creative Scotland and Scottish Enterprise are working together to produce the first ever entirely comprehensive survey of Scotland's games industry.
That was fun... Game In Scotland took place on Saturday afternoon. This year's event moved out of the grim and slightly sticky Fat Sam's nightclub, which had been its home for the last eight years and moved it into the spring sunshine in Abertay University's brand new games centre of excellence. The 2014 Game In... Continue Reading →
The 2014 Game In Scotland event happens this Saturday. Taking place at Abertay University's Centre of Excellence for Videogames, the event brings together dozens of Scotland's game development studios, speakers and experts, for a day of presentations, panels, workshops and exhibition. This year's event brings together expertise and help for those interested in getting into... Continue Reading →