OUT NOW – Tolva & Ting Games – New From Me & The Giants

  The idea of using games technology and gaming experiences for educational purposes is something which has been gaining ground in recent years.  The advent of technologies and devices such as tablets, which are 'kid friendly', has created a whole new audience for games. A growing number of developers are recognising this and are creating... Continue Reading →

New From Stormcloud: Mr Shingu’s Paper Zoo – Out NOW For iOS

In an app store awash with clones, copies and tired retreads of existing genres, originality is all too rare.  Games can quite easily aim for instant mainstream acceptance, losing any real identity in their race for the lowest common denominator, or can be defiantly aimed at 'real' gamers, so bullet holes and orcs abound. Which... Continue Reading →

Got A Match, Pal?

If, like your editor, you replied, 'Yes, George Clooney, though he's greyer, less stylish, and knows way less about the games industry in Scotland," you win a lovely sweater. If however, you wondered who's like you and indeed, why so many of them are dead, then the chances are you're the target audience for the... Continue Reading →

In the Heart of the Sticky Stuff

In the heart of Glasgow a game jam is occurring. We're here at Glasgow Calley Jamming 4 Small Change - developing games for young carers - and, as always, we're already deep in ideas, concepts and the building of games. For a few years now I’ve been reporting on the Gamer Jam’s at Glasgow Calley;... Continue Reading →

Jamming 4 Small Change – Games Jam For Good

The team behind the Scottish Game Jam is back, with a new event and a new opportunity to create innovative games, but this time it's for a cause even more worthy than 'fun'. Jamming 4 Small Change is focused on the lives of young carers and incorporates them into the whole development process.  Children -... Continue Reading →

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