Help the Scottish Games Network to compile a definitive list of videogames made in Scotland – add your games now.
Creative Edinburgh is running a creative freelancer survey to better understand the impact of Brext, Covid, etc. on the freelance community.
challenges companies, studios, and individuals face in the rapidly evolving games market. This will be done through the first Scottish Games Ecosystem Survey.
Open to every creator, developer and business in the Scottish games and interactive sector, the survey is available NOW.
Creative Industries: Fair Work Survey – Creative Scotland has commissioned a review of fair work, leadership, workforce and skills development for Scotland’s arts, screen and creative industries.
How Has Covid 19 Impacted Your Career?
Help Skills Development Scotland understand more about the impact of #Covid19 on Scotland’s creative industries.
After 9 volumes, 31 issues and just under 10 years of publications, The Computer Games Journal has ceased operations as a standalone academic journal.
“What is Game Studies?”, you might be asking. Well, luckily there’s a whole day of panels dedicated to that very question and much more at the PlayAway Festival, the first of which is chaired by our guest today, Dr Matthew Barr.
BONUS INTERVIEW: Scotland’s premier indie retro game developer Ally Low tells us about his tool to help dyslexic players in this bonus interview podcast.
Why is it that some multiplayer games see an explosion of popularity at launch only to fizzle out six months later, while a select few seem to stick around indefinitely? William Kavanagh, who is a PhD student in Computer Science researching game balancing at the University of Glasgow, has a theory.
BONUS INTERVIEW: Games researcher Gabriel Elvery explains why we get so emotionally attatched to game characters in this extended podcast conversation.