OUT NOW – Monster Force 5 New From Denki

The fair trade, rainforest certified, organically fed and free range Oompa Loompas at Denki's digital toy factory have clearly been inspired recently.  The company has announced one new game, Monster Force 5, has just hit the market, with another, as yet undisclosed project lurking in the wings. Monster Force 5 is a new, original Denki... Continue Reading →

SGN Launch – Hello Glasgow! 27th November 2013

After several delays and changes in venue, the SGN Launch event finally reaches Glasgow.  Taking place on the evening of Wednesday 27th of November at GMAC in the Trongate, Glasgow, this is YOUR opportunity to find out our plans for the SGN, ask questions, provide input and help make the Scottish games industry better. Last... Continue Reading →

MCV’s 30 Under 30 – Vote Now

If you're working in the games industry and below the age of 30, then you're eligible for the 2013 MCV 30 Under 30, the magazine's annual list of the up-and-coming execs working in the games sector. MCV is asking readers to nominate their favourite up-and-coming stars of the UK games industry – your own staff... Continue Reading →

Conversation with Silicon Valley – Girl Geek Dinners

It has been a while since Girl Geek Scotland hosted a dinner but they certainly came out with all guns blazing for their return, with a host of fantastic guests answering questions in a panel debate. Although not entirely games related the events are highly regarded in the tech community and so we couldn't afford... Continue Reading →

Bringing Unity to the Facebook Canvas

Unity's web player is a popular choice for many developers to get their game out to the public, and Facebook's announcement from the Unite 2013 Conference yesterday will offer developers another route to the players. Support for the Unity web player in the Facebook Canvas has been vastly improved. As part of Facebook's drive to... Continue Reading →

China – UK Games Wanted

Following the trade delegation to China Joy in July, the team at Scottish Development International have passed on details of an official request from 'one of Asia's largest social gaming companies'. This company is: looking for game developers from the UK who are interested in publishing high quality game products in China and to enter to... Continue Reading →

Outplay’s Monster Legacy Chosen As Launch Title For Facebook Mobile Publishing

Facebook is moving into mobile publishing and Outplay, the Dundee-based, venture-backed, social-fun company is launch partner. Following the end of the exclusive agreement with social games giant, Zynga, Facebook has launched a programme to distribute and promote mobile games for selected small/medium developers.  The company will help developers find a global audience for their new... Continue Reading →

Using Social Media

The following was originally posted on the Guerilla Tea developer blog. Since we started Guerilla Tea in 2011, the use of social media has been hugely important to us. I’ve wanted to share some of my thoughts on our approach for a while, so this week’s blog seems like a good opportunity. One thing we have learned... Continue Reading →

Reloaded Productions Announces Kickstarter Campaign For New APB Game

Reloaded Productions, the team behind the free-to-play MMO APB Reloaded, announced exclusively at GDC last night, that they are working on a new title within the APB franchise - and have launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the game. APB Vendetta will be a first-person shooter, which incorporates competitive multiplayer with free-running/parkour elements, allowing players... Continue Reading →

You Want Fame? Fame Costs! Right Here’s Where You Start Playin’…

Updated: Game now in OPEN Beta Ninja Kiwi, the company formerly known as Digital Goldfish is settling comfortably into its new life as the mobile arm of the New Zealand online gaming powerhouse.  The company's latest release in its quest to be more awesomer, is Road To Fame, which is now in open beta over... Continue Reading →

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