BAFTA Scotland Awards – Open For Entries!

Ladies and gentlemen, the 2014 BAFTA Scotland Awards are now open for entries. The games category is once more entirely free to enter - and is open to every developer, team and game released in the last year - regardless of platform, genre or method of distribution. Your game must have been created in Scotland have... Continue Reading →

Bad Hotel Meets Android. OUT NOW Flee You Fools!

"Blue Hotel," sang honey-voiced American crooner and presumed Black Lodge prisoner, Chris Isaak, "on a lonely highway" [Chris Isaak: Blue Hotel, from the album Chris Isaak, 1986, Warner Bros, Erik Jacobsen].  The man clearly knew his potatoes, though perhaps not the intricacies of the hospitiality industry, as a blue hotel - a hotel which was... Continue Reading →

Get Steamy In A Bad Hotel With A BAFTA And 54 Million People

Picture the scene, you've checked in.  You may be a spy, in town clandestinely to meet a contact, or kill some guy with a poisoned machete.  You may be a married couple, yearning for the anonymous touch of hotel sheets, hoping like hell your husband/wife don't find out.  You may even be a weary business... Continue Reading →

Lucky Frame’s Wave Trip. Wavy! Trippy! Fun!

Lucky Frame is back - with a brand new game.  After the awards, amazing reviews, nominations, plaudits, acclaim and general awestruck wonder that the company's previous title, Bad Hotel picked up, Lucky Frame has refused categorically to rest upon it's rainbow-hued laurels.  The steely-eyed outfit has instead forced it's development gnomes back down the software... Continue Reading →

Scotland – Mobile Tower Defence Capital Of The World…

It's Christmas.  So for games sites with less dedicated editorial staff and a surfeit of lovely news, it means that it's time for round-ups, top tens and lists of the best [x] game(s) of 2012, where [x] is a genre, platform, or sub set of those based upon the site's own focus. IGN is leading... Continue Reading →

BAFTA In Scotland Gives Bad Hotel An Award

At a star-spangled awards ceremony, presented by Edith Bowman, in Glasgow last night, the 2012 BAFTA in Scotland awards were handed out. Winners included household names such as Billy Connolly (lifetime achievement award), Gregor Fisher (Best TV Actor) and Stuart Cosgrove (Outstanding contribution to Broadcasting). However, for the second year in a row, all eyes... Continue Reading →

Bad Hotel Good Game

We are, of course, entirely objective here at Scottishgames.  We love all of the developers and games companies in Scotland without favouritism or preference. There are a few companies though, who do get us quite excited when we hear they're working on a new game.  We were lucky enough to see Bad Hotel in development, during an... Continue Reading →

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