Paul Durrant, the founder of the UK Games Fund and long-time advocate and supporter of the UK games industry has been awarded an OBE.
Robert Gordon University (RGU) in partnership with Edinburgh University are conducting a study to "Drive forward change" for women working in the media. This survey, commissioned by Engender Scotland and Gender Equal Media Scotland (GEMS), asks women in the arts, who are based in Scotland to share their experiences. The project aims to find obstacles... Continue Reading →
SGN POD: Gary McCarten of Pocket Sized Hands tells Seb McKay about what brought him to Dundee, developing original IP and how to keep a team together.
SGN POD: Maxwell Scott-Slade of Glitchers chats to Seb McKay about moving to Edinburgh, releasing on Switch as an indie, subscription models and more.
SGN POD: Claire Morwood of 3-Fold Games chats to us about developing Before I Forget, moving to Dundee, making games in Bitsy and loads more.
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 →
SGN POD: Colin Mcdonald of Rivet Games chats to us about the importance of good keywords and the changing face of the Scottish industry.
SGN POD 011: We welcome a friendly new voice to the podcast this week while also giving Ryan a stricly sensitive and respectful send-off.