OUT NOW – SAS Zombie Assault 4

Zombies. They're everywhere. Rising from the dead, lurching around corners, falling to pieces (yet inexplicably failing to be eaten by starving dogs, packs of wolves or the more ubiquitous bacteria...) And of course, they're always, always looking for human flesh and/or brains. It's a post-apocalyptic nightmare in which many would become mad - and many... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW – Can’t Save Dave

A new Glasgow-based development studio, Haywire Robot has released it's second title. Can't Save Dave is a space-based endless runner in which Dave's planet is invaded by an aggressive bipedal race in spacesuits, with blasters. Dave's not taking any chances. He's off.  He's going to leg it. With your help... Built for iOS, Can't Save Dave is... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW – World Soccer

Dundee's Triple B games has been working quietly in the background for the last several years, producing a wide range of game for Xbox Live Arcade including Flowrider, Wushi, College Lacrosse 2011, Zombies 8 My Cookiez and Fitba. Now, with their latest release, World Soccer, the studio has moved to Apple's iPhone and iPad. World Soccer... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW – Monster Legacy

Outplay's latest release is the terrifyingly titled Monster Legacy.  It's a brand new title for iOS devices, in which players must explore secret dungeons, solve puzzles, capture a menagerie of monsters (the game promises over 100) and the use them to battle opponents. Monster Legacy has been covered and featured by a number of leading mobile... Continue Reading →

Gamers Complete Six Months Of Cancer Research In One Month

Players of Guerilla Tea's Play to Cure: Genes In Space have completed six months worth of research in the month since the game was released. The amount of actual data is quite astonishing. According to Cancer Research UK: If this amount of DNA – tightly-coiled strings of genetic information – was unravelled it would stretch... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW – Genes In Space – Fight Cancer, Save The Galaxy

Games can change the world... In July 2013, the team at Guerilla Tea announced that they were working with Cancer Research UK on a new game which would use real world clinical research data. Players would manipulate this data as part of the game, creating a huge virtual team, speeding up research and potentially providing... Continue Reading →

Lub vs Dub – Scottish Game Jam Winner Gets Picked Up By Apple & Starbucks U.S.

If you've been inside a Starbucks in the last several months, the chances are you'll have seen the jazz-friendly coffee behemoth is now offering free apps. Starbucks around the world now have regularly updated cards which offer recently caffeinated consumers the opportunity to download a new and sexy app for free. Lub vs Dub, one... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW: Winx Fairy School

The team at Tsumanga have taken the road less travelled when it comes to games.  They're working with a third party license, aimed at a younger female audience and featuring fairies. Winx Club is one of the most popular brands in the world for 9-13 year old girls.  Created by Rainbow Studios in Italy, the franchise... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW – Pocket Garden – New From Cobra Mobile

Cobra Mobile is perhaps best known as the developer behind the best-selling iBomber series of games.  Set in and around the battlefields of World War II, iBomber encompasses a range of tower, defence games, a twin stick destroy-em-up and top down raining-down-destruction-and-terror-upon-the-industrial-heartland-of-the-enemy-em-up. The company does have its softer side however, having produced titles such as... Continue Reading →

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