BAFTA Scotland Presents: A Keynote With Brenda Romero

In partnership with Robert Gordon University and Oracle Academy, BAFTA Scotland presents a keynote with Brenda Romero, award-winning game designer, Fulbright scholar, entrepreneur, artist, writer, and creative director who has worked in gaming since 1981. As a designer, she has worked on 47 games and contributed to many seminal titles, including the Wizardry and Jagged Alliance series,... Continue Reading →

GameCon 2016 – Scotland Gets Another New Games Festival

Typical isn't it? You hang around for a couple of years waiting for someone to organise a games event in Scotland and before you know it, you're knee deep in them. 4TG (4The Gamers) is holding what they hope will be the East of Scotland's largest gaming expo in Aberdeen's Exhibition Centre on the 6th... Continue Reading →

Aberdeen University Offers Software Entrepreneurship Programme

Guest editorial from Dr Bruce Scharlau, University of Aberdeen... Games developers wanting to start a games business should look at the MSc Software Entrepreneurship programme at the University of Aberdeen. The programme aims to have student teams launch businesses while studying for their degree. Any IP the students create belongs to them and their team. This... Continue Reading →

The Scottish Games Network Launches As Scotland’s Video Games Industry Body

Believe it or not, it's nearly ten years since the Scottish Games Network first launched.  In 2005 we created a simple Yahoo group to help the growing number of game developers keep in touch.  It's grown since then to become a dedicated website and a community spread over all of the significant social channels. It's... Continue Reading →

Develop’s Top 100 British Studios

Develop Magazine is putting together its list of the UK's 100 top developers, to be released in June, in association with the fine folks at UKIE.  In past years, studios were judged solely on revenue generation.  However this year's list promises to be rather different. Here's how the magazine describes the 2013 process: Studios of... Continue Reading →

One Day Digital – Development Workshops – Dundee, Aberdeen, Glasgow & Edinburgh

NESTA (the National Endowment For Science Technology and the Arts - but you knew that...) is holding a series of events across Scotland, designed to help young people (kids aged 13+) to access new technology, digital media and interactivity. One Day Digital gives participants the chance to experiment with, play with and explore a variety... Continue Reading →

Young Rewired State Wants YOU!

So you're a games/apps/web/tech veteran. Now what? It might be a good opportunity to change up your weekend and help shape some young impressionable minds by volunteering as a mentor/judge at the much talked about Young Rewired State event happening in Aberdeen this weekend. The event challenges teenagers to come up with inventive coded solutions... Continue Reading →

Reinventing Literature – Tern TV Takes On Tomes

Tern TV, although best known as a TV production company, has a well established and pioneering digital group.  The company's latest venture into the interactive world was recently picked up by Kotaku, who looked at Tern's new Digital Adaptations project. Digital Adaptations takes classic literary works and reimagines them within a virtual environment.  Turning books into... Continue Reading →

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