Abertay University in Dundee has been ranked 7th in the world for its Masters in videogame design by the prestigious Princeton Review
Six new free mini games, created by Konglomerate, InGAME and Abertay are being installed in Dundee’s Whale Song Park on the city’s waterfront.
Abertay University has picked up three trophies in the 2021 UK Games Education Awards, organised by TIGA.
The Kilted Otter is not just another game jam. It’s the first event of its kind to create, collate and curate a whole range of design and development experiences, for creators and developers across the whole of Scotland.
The goal of the whole project is to explore and celebrate Gaelic and Scottish language, culture and heritage through new digital and interactive experiences.
£15K is on offer for the developer who can help deliver a series of multiplayer arcade games which will be featured in the new WhaleSong Park which is being constructed on Dundee’s waterfront.
Cumbrae has been recreated in Minecraft as part of an educational project to help school children learn the island’s heritage & history.
Abertay University and Dundee-based game developer Pocket Sized Hands are working together to apply video game technology to the farmyard.
Scottish Enterprise and Scottish Development International have organised a webinar to discuss Scotland’s games ecosystem.
Featuring speakers from 4J Studios, Abertay University, Epic Games & the UK Games Fund
The University of Abertay has been awarded £276K as part of the ‘From Isolation to Inclusion’ project, which will explore how technology can help tackle loneliness and social isolation.
Abertay’s School of Design & Informatics is no stranger to success. This March, their undergrad games degrees were named best in Europe – for the sixth year in a row. And now, their entire Graduate Show can be viewed online.