SOLAS 128, the critically-acclaimed synthwave reflect-em-up puzzle game from Amicable Animbal, has received a significant accessibility update for both the PC and Nintendo Switch, to coincide with Global Accessibility Awareness Day (#GAAD).
Hyper Luminal Games, an indie studio based in Dundee, will be appearing live on Scottish Games Network's YouTube channel today at 4pm with our very own Ryan Duff. Rob and Scott (Creative Director and QA Lead respectively) of Hyper Luminal will be playing through the studio's 2018 release, Big Crown: Show Down while answering questions... Continue Reading →
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 →
Operation: Pinkeye is an homage to GoldenEye 007 and Perfect Dark playable in Scots and Gaelic that's set in a world where the United Kingdom never existed.
From work-for-hire to original Intellectual Property. Hyper Luminal Games’ focus on people and revenue provides a blueprint for growing a successful studio. “One week in we realised - this is hard!”Stuart Martin, Co-founder and CEO Hyper Luminal Games Build A Better Business Dundee’s interactive cluster has a global reputation as the birthplace of Scotland’s videogames... Continue Reading →
Nae Danger is a new choose-your-own-adventure game aimed at schools and youth organisations across Scotland to help young people understand more about the dangers of carrying knives.
Proof that no matter how strange your ideas are, there really is someone out there just like you, Lowteck’s Ally Low has announced that his modern NES game Flea is now available as part of 8-Bit Homebrew Bundle featuring three other anachronistic indie gems.
Entries are now open for the BAFTA Scotland Guru Live Online programme. Guru is a virtual festival aimed at helping new up-and-coming talent in film, games and television get to the next stage in their career.
If you follow SGN TV on YouTube you may have already seen our Dwerg Saga feature. Over there we focussed more on the development of the game and its ongoing evolution with the game's mastermind, Jock Findlay. If you enjoyed the piece, you may will have a Dwerg shaped hole (I'd get that checked out... Continue Reading →