Powered By Zappaty – Scottish Games Industry Beta Programme Launches

Zappaty has launched a new 'Powered by Zappaty' beta testing programme aimed at developers and creators across the Scottish games sector.

Zappaty Beta Test Launch Event

Zappaty, the new Dundee-based tech company which is producing a collaborative platform for Unity, is launching a beta test programme and inviting Scottish games companies to participate.

Hunted Cow Announces Battle Dungeon

Battle Dungeon is a brand new multiplayer, turn-based strategy game, from the team at Hunted Cow. Battle Dungeon offers a level of depth and complexity normally associated with PC-based strategy games, but optimised and designed for the latest generation of iOS devices - iPads, iPhones and iPods. The game allows players to put together a... Continue Reading →

Wrestling Manager Updated – WTF?

The team at Serious Parody are living up to their name.  The serious part anyway.  The company has just released the latest major update to its popular Wrestling Manager game. Version 1.0.8 is now in open BETA, while the company updates and tweaks the latest additions, based on player feedback.  A full public release will... Continue Reading →

FPS Trainer Hits Beta, Announces New Features/Content

The Team at Play2Improve has been hard at work on FPS Trainer since the innovative training and coaching service for First-Person-Shooter games was announced in late 2010.  The response to the initial press release was very positive.  So much so that the hosts of the original website, immediately collapsed under the tsunami of visitors.  As... Continue Reading →

APB Reloaded – Closed Beta Signup Now Open

As the headline makes entirely clear, the closed beta period for APB: Reloaded is now open for players to sign up.  Submit an e-mail to Gamer's First and sign up for a player account and you'll be considered for the beta. According to the APB Reloaded blog: So far we have received about 20,000 emails... Continue Reading →

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