Petition to Add Gaelic and Scots Support to Steam

Sign a new petition to add support for Gaelic and Scots languages in Steam

Glasgow VR Company ChangingDay Raises £670,000 for Autistic Users

ChangingDay, a Glasgow-based start-up, has raised more than £670,000 to create virtual reality games for autistic people.

Five Edinburgh Games Companies That Don’t Actually Make Games

Here are five successful Edinburgh videogames companies, which don't make videogames.

SGDA – Micro Talks in May

The SGDA is back! The organisation is hosting an evening of microtalks on May 26th 2021 featuring designers, developers & business leaders.

SOLAS 128 – Accessibility Update

SOLAS 128, the critically-acclaimed synthwave reflect-em-up puzzle game from Amicable Animbal, has received a significant accessibility update for both the PC and Nintendo Switch, to coincide with Global Accessibility Awareness Day (#GAAD).

SGN Podcast: Interview with Gary McCarten (Pocket Sized Hands)

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.

Mentors Wanted

MCR Pathways is a Scottish charity that offers mentoring to young people. They're looking for people from the games sector, or with an interest in videogames to help connect with and mentor young people across the country.

Creative Industries Fund Opens: £25K For Creative Business Growth

The Creative Industries Fund is a new opportunity for small and micro creative businesses in the UK to access up to £25K for business growth.

Games In Spaaaaace – ESA Funding For Mashup Projects

The European Space Agency has funding available for games and digital projects which utilise space data to solve real world problems.

DI4D HMC: New High Res Head Mounted Camera

The DI4D HMC system is a new high fidelity facial capture camera which works in tandem with full-body motion capture, achieving full performance capture of multiple actors simultaneously.

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