There are big changes afoot at the Scottish Games Network. Find out more about what's in the pipeline from the founder and editor, Brian Baglow
SOLAS, a synthwave puzzler, is coming soon from Scottish indie games developer Amicable Animal, published by the team at Armor Games.
Edinburgh's Ant Workshop, also known as one-man-indie-powerhouse Anthony Gowland, is set to release its first title, Binaries, in April 2016. Billed as a concentration platform game, Binaries requires players to simultaneously control two glowing neon circles and guide them through a series of increasingly fiendish and dangerous levels. Ant Workshop thoughtfully provided a little background... Continue Reading →
Cobra's latest release has been officially unveiled!
Dundee's Outplay has a new game in production. Alien Creeps TD is a classic tower defence game, in which players must defend the Earth against ravening hordes of heavily-armed, or possibly heavily-tentacled alien warriors, bent upon destruction and conquest. Earth forces are not unarmed themselves. Players command an arsenal of weaponry, created by mankind for... Continue Reading →
News has reached us that Guerilla Tea is challenging Hunted Cow's position as the country's most prolific developer. The company's next release will be something called Incandescence - and it sounds... very different. Guerilla Tea's press release (yes, the wrote a press release and sent it to us - for a game which is STILL... Continue Reading →
Claymore Games has been quiet of late, but the company has not been idle. Their current project is a collection of classic mini-games with a defiantly retro twist. The company announced Neo Arcade towards the end of 2013, but has just released a sneak peek of a bold and shiny new look, which moves away from the... Continue Reading →
We mentioned The Official back in 2012. It was an eerie, low polygon, flat-shaded office space. It is, apparently, a game about life, work, death and everything in between. Think The Stanley Parable meets Excel. Until the Radius festival in London, where developer, Among Pixels showed off a new build of the game. The word is... Continue Reading →
In addition to organising secret events, Develop magazine is also putting together a list of forthcoming titles for a directory of new games from the UK. It's an awesome idea and one long overdue... The initial list can be found here. It contains 156 games, which seems... a little light. Less than a dozen are... Continue Reading →
Let's make this very clear, Roguelike games are brilliant. Dungeon crawlers with nasty monsters, chests of sparkling treasure, magic spells, multiple levels of peril and unexpected frequent death are some of the finest experiences which video games has to offer. We think.Though we are experts, so that's pretty much a professional opinion. Roguelikes have been... Continue Reading →