Murderous Pursuits, the game of surreptitious assassination, from Glasgow's Blazing Griffin, has finally hit mobile, thanks to a licensing deal with Chinese gaming giant NetEase.
With over 1.7M downloads on console and PC, Stormcloud's financial education game, Island Saver, has hit the App Store.
Last week we wrote a summary of The Logan Review, Mark Logan's astonishing report, which reimagines the role, the scope, the success and the future of Scotland's digital technology ecosystem.... Continue Reading →
The Bureau of Silly Ideas and Surge are proud to present a brand new Games Jam. Not just A.N.Other random, anonymous or ill-conceived games jam, but a games jam with (brace yourselves) £500 prize money.
Scottish Enterprise and Scottish Development International have organised a webinar to discuss Scotland's games ecosystem. Featuring speakers from 4J Studios, Abertay University, Epic Games & the UK Games Fund
Play the SOLAS prologue. The light bouncing, pulse shifting, synthwave puzzle game (which was nominee in the UK game of the Show competition), now has a free playable demo. Amicable... Continue Reading →
Monstrum 2, the procedurally-generated survival horror game from Dundee's Team Junkfish beat off the challenge from 14 other UK developers, including Codemasters, UsTwo and fellow Scottish studio Amicable Animal, to win the UK Game of the Show last night.
Two Scottish indie games: SOLAS and Monstrum 2 are nominees in tonight's UK Game of the Show competition, which kicks off at 6pm. Please watch and vote. May the best game win!
Lair of the Clockwork God, the highly rated indie game smash from Size Five Games is heading to Xbox One, Switch and PS4, courtesy of Edinburgh studio Ant Workshop