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.
Roykfern is a new point and click adventure game, being developed by Arrow Games in Dundee. Born out of the Honours project of co-founder, Calum Robb, Roykfern bills itself as... Continue Reading →
Denki, the studio behind the BAFTA award-winning Quarrel and 180 other releases, has published it's latest new game: Autonauts, for PC.
Dundee's Cobra Mobile is one of those studios which doesn't generate a huge amount of publicity, but quietly gets on with releasing a large number of games which go on... Continue Reading →
APB Reloaded hit the PC as a free-to-play title in December 2011. Since then, 5.8 million players have spent 40 million hours, creating over 10 million customised characters. Now developer Reloaded... Continue Reading →
Following the game's fabulous reception on mobile, No Code, the developer behind Super Arc Light, has started a Steam Greenlight campaign to bring the game to PC. The new version... Continue Reading →
Edinburgh's Ant Workshop, also known as one-man-indie-powerhouse Anthony Gowland, is set to release its first title, Binaries, in April 2016. Billed as a concentration platform game, Binaries requires players to... Continue Reading →
BRUT@L is the latest project from Dundee's Stormcloud Games. Based on classic dungeon crawlers and Rogue-likes such as Nethack and, well, Rogue (and Angband...) BRUT@L takes the old school ASCII aesthetic... Continue Reading →
For the last several months we've brought you news and updates for a game known as The Official. A mysterious, deliberately low-polygon 3D world, set inside a banal, but somehow... Continue Reading →
Monstrum, the highly-anticipated, trouser-foulingly-frightening, procedurally-generated survival horror game from Dundee's Junkfish has gone live on Steam and the Humble Store. The game is on early access, allowing the developers to... Continue Reading →