Explore The Dark Places Inside A Cobra

Getting news and information out of a game developer can be slightly more difficult than prising a tiny bear cub away from a mummy polar bear.  Getting rare and esoteric materials like logos, photographs or screenshots can be worse. You might be an evil voodoo priest, planning to wreak mischief or discomfort upon the company.... Continue Reading →

Cobra’s Storm In A Teacup – First Commercial Release For Raspberry Pi

Scotland has proven itself a pioneer once more.  Cobra in Dundee made history yesterday by releasing the first commercially available software for the astounding Raspberry Pi computer. The company's critically acclaimed Storm In A Teacup title joined popular free software applications on the Pi Store, such as Libre Office and Asterisk, as well as freely... Continue Reading →

Cobra & YoYo Hit The Hundred Top iOS Games

ArcadeSushi.com has published its list of 2012's best games.  Two games created in Scotland make the list.  YoYo Games' suicide-im-up Karoshi and Cobra's BAFTA nominated iBomber Defense Pacific both make the list. Karoshi is number 85.  The site says: Karoshi takes the age old video game concept of surviving and turns it upside down. In... Continue Reading →

Cobra’s iBomber Games Head To Linux

Cobra's WWII-themed iBomber series encompasses top-down destruct-em-up games, tower defence games and more recently, a dual-stick shooter. The games are now in limited beta on iOS, PC and Mac, through Valve's digital distribution service Steam.  However, not all PC users have been able to play and enjoy the games, since they were not available for... Continue Reading →

Danger Derby – Now On Digital TV

Cobra's Danger Derby is a top-down, arcade style racer which brought multiplayer Micro Machines style driving to the Apple App Store in 2010. Now the company is taking the same high octane action to the new Roku streaming media player for TV.  The Roku is similar to the Apple TV, giving viewers access to streaming TV,... Continue Reading →

iBomber Attack – New From Cobra

Cobra's iBomber franchise is has achieved many glorious - and bloody - victories in recent years.  From the original iBomber, to the tower defence blitzkrieg of the iBomber Defense titles, the series has gone from strength to strength, impressing players with their simple, intuitive controls and the sheer amount of stuff you get to blow... Continue Reading →

BAFTA In Scotland Announce 2012 Nominees

The nominations for the 2012 BAFTA In Scotland awards were announced yesterday.  Alongside the glamour and household names in the film and actor categories, the far more vital and fascinating games category nominees were named. They are, in no particular order: Bad Hotel - Lucky Frame iBomber Defense Pacific - Cobra Golf Squared - Dynamo Games Bad Hotel is, we all know, a tower... Continue Reading →

Cobra Nominated For European Games Award

Cobra's iBomber Defense Pacific has been nominated in the Best Mobile Games category in this year's European Games Awards.  It's up against several other popular titles and is currently third in its category behind Burnout Crash and Another World 20th Anniversary Edition. This is something worth winning.  Forget the Golden Rose of Montreaux, this competition... Continue Reading →

World Exclusive – Cobra’s Super Secret New Game – iBomber Defense Pacific

The team at Cobra teased and tantalised us a couple of weeks ago with some mysterious artwork (as shown above) from a new project they have in production. Scottishgames is very proud to announce, exclusively (seriously.  We're the first anywhere) that the artwork in question is for the sequel to Cobra's ridiculously addictive tower defence... Continue Reading →

Cobra Tantalises With Coming Soon Creative

Whatever will they think of next?  Cobra has started promoting a forthcoming game - BEFORE IT'S EVEN RELEASED! Their so-called promotion will be looked upon by the wider industry with the greatest disapprobation and their concept will be stolen, pirated and released upon the lawless streets of the world before they can draw breath. Will... Continue Reading →

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