Some of the UK's leading developers have joined forces with the Department of Culture Media and Sport to include essential health messages to players across the country. Games created in the UK, including Candy Crush Saga, Sniper Elite 4, DiRT Rally 2.0 and Farm Heroes now carry the information: Stay at Home, Protect the NHS,... Continue Reading →
A new research report from UKIE and the BFI shows Scotland as the fourth largest cluster in the UK's video games industry, with Edinburgh and Dundee in the top 10 cities for game development.
The Royal Mail is issuing a new set of video games special stamps for 2020 featuring some of the most iconic games to have been developed in the UK in the 1980s and 1990s. Dundee's legendary DMA Design features prominently, with a 1st class Lemmings stamp as part of the collection, alongside much loved games... Continue Reading →
Dundee has chosen Biome Collective to create a new interactive experience focusing on mental health and wellbeing to represent the city at the 2018 London Design Biennale.
The UK Games Fund and DC Thomson have launched the first UK Games Fund Awards, open to all companies which have received funding to date and celebrating entrepreneurial success in the UK.
We'll just leave this here... 11 games-related developers and businesses have been named in the fourth [our emphasis - SGN] annual Creative England 50 showcasing some of the UK’s [also our emphasis] top companies in the creative industries. The list covers the games, film, TV and digital media sectors. This year’s cohort has been selected for telling... Continue Reading →
The nominations for the 2017 Develop awards have been announced, with seven Scottish companies in the running for awards. Glasgow-based studio No Code, creators of the critically-acclaimed The House Abandon & Stories Untold leads the charge with nominations in four categories. Dundee's Yo Yo Games, creators of Game Maker Studio follow with nominations in three categories,... Continue Reading →