Glasgow games studio NoCode won the Best British Game award for 'Observation' at the 2020 BAFTA Games Awards.
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 →
UPDATE: BAFTA GURU LIVE EVENTS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED Statement from BAFTA Scotland: We’ve come to the difficult decision to cancel our upcoming Guru Live Glasgow event on Saturday 28 March. We have been monitoring the advice from the government but as well as this, we have had to take into account speaker availability, attendance and... 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.
Glasgow University Launches new Games Lab a cross-disciplinary laboratory exploring how games and gaming can be used to aid research, teaching and learning.
Congratualtions to the team at NoCode, who picked up the BAFTA Scotland Games award at last night's glittering, star-studded ceremony in central Glasgow. The company fought off stiff competition from Ninja Kiwi's Adventure Time branded tower defence game and Ice Beam's procedurally-generated survive 'em-up, Socketeer, to scoop the trophy for Observation. This is NoCode's second... Continue Reading →
The next Games|Drinks events, organised by All4Games' Colin MacDonald, are taking place in early November in Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow.