Awesome Edinburgh indie, Amicable Animal and publisher Armor Games have revealed that their funky and fascinating reflect-em-up puzzle game SOLAS will be released on PC - AND NINTENDO SWITCH - in Q1 2021.
NEStek, a new piece of software which enables indie game developers to take NES games to the Steam platform has been released via open-source by Dundee development studio Lowtek Games.
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.
Date of the Dead is an LGBTQ friendly dating sim about romancing the undead. Looking for a new ghoul-friend? A boyfriend with some bite? A partner that's just your (blood) type? Date of the Dead gives you an unforgettable trip to the underworld to live out your most ghoulish of desires. When a bureaucratic mishap... Continue Reading →
How many games companies are there in Scotland? 10? 50? 500? Incredibly, we really don't know. It looks like we may have lost as many as 65% of studios in the last 5 x years. So here's what we're going to do about it...
Join BAFTA Award winning developer NO CODE for a complete walk through of their multi-award winning sci-fi thriller OBSERVATION, today at 2pm. Organised by BAFTA, tickets are free. Sign up now.
Coming Soon: CYGNI by Keelworks
A brand new twin-stick bullet hell shooter, with incredible cinematic visuals, Cygni displays its creators screen industry experience.
You can add Cygni to your Steam wishlist now.
To help companies struggling with development during the Covid-19 crisis, Software testing company Proper QA is now offering its services on an hourly basis.
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 →
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 →