Let me spin you a yarn, earlier today we teamed up with our good friend Ally Low for a cross platform, cross stich themed April Fools prank. Ally gave us a heads up a couple of days ago about his plan to dupe his Tik Tok followers with a surprise update on his cross stich... Continue Reading →
DOOM is one of the most widely ported games in the world, having reached devices as unlikely as the NeXTSTEP, Atari Jaguar, 3DO and, err, Hewlett-Packard 16700 series Logic Analyzers. However, those are laughably mainstream compared to the game's next big leap. https://www.tiktok.com/@wallmasterr/video/6945957292546247942?lang=en&is_copy_url=1&is_from_webapp=v1 Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash Dundee-based indie developer Ally Low has... Continue Reading →
From launch to live ops. How technology created in Dundee is driving the next generation of Unity products A five year overnight success storyScottish Games Network The Changing Nature of Videogames Since the early 1980s, when videogames finally reached the homes of a mainstream audience, a single development and publishing model prevailed.Videogames were created as... Continue Reading →
Applications are now open for the Tranzfuser Enterprise Pathway, a funding competition open to graduates from UK universities, which offers up to £25,000 to develop a new commercial videogame.
Read Only Memory, publishers of the classiest, most luxurious videogame history hardbacks money can buy have launched a Kickstarter campaign for GamesMaster: The Oral History. The book is a highly detailed, 320-page account of the notorious and beloved television programme that, judging by the Kickstarter reward-tiers, shares its risque sense of humour.
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The UWS Game Dev Fusion showcase will give students a chance to show off their hard work to potential employers and network with like-minded people in the games community.
The Rock Trust is hosting a videogames streamathon this April. Running from 2nd to the 16th of April. Gamers will be given the opportunity to raise money and awareness for the 121,000 young people across the UK who currently face homelessness.