Game developers you only have a few days left to enter your game(s) in the Big Indie Awards 2021.
eelWorks, the Edinburgh-based animation, VFX and games studio has signed a global publishing agreement for its first title, CYGNI: All Guns Blazing.
based digital entertainment company releases its next title: Agatha Christie - Hercule Poirot: The First Cases, for PC and console.
OUT NOW: Murder Mystery Machine is the latest release from Blazing Griffin, the Glasgow-based studio which works in videogames, film and TV. The game is OUT NOW for iOS, Apple Arcade and Mac and COMING SOON to PC and console, published by Microids.
Two games from Scottish developers have made it into the 15 finalists for the UK Game of the Show 2021 competition. Agatha Christie - Hercule, by Blazing Griffin and Wholesome: Out and About by Yaldi Games are competing against titles from developers including Bossa Studios, Nosebleed Interactive and Outlier Games.
Before I Forget, the BAFTA-nominated narrative game about living with dementia launches on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One & Xbox Series X today. Initially released on Itch.io and Steam last summer, the game was created by 3-Fold Games, a indie game partnership between journalist turned narrative designer at Massive Entertainment Chella Ramanan and Dundee-based games designer Claire Morwood.
Lair of the Clockwork God, the highly rated indie game smash from Size Five Games is heading to Xbox One, Switch and PS4, courtesy of Edinburgh studio Ant Workshop
Good news for gamers (and game developers), Insomnia is bringing it's mix of live gaming, eSports, live stage events, indie games and YouTubers to Edinburgh's International Conference Centre. Running from April 29th - May 2nd, Insomnia is expecting around 20,000 gamers, fans and families to watch live interactive stage shows, play a huge variety of games... Continue Reading →
UPDATED: We originally stated that the Xbox One could emulate existing Xbox 360 games. It's now clear Xbox One will not offer emulation of Xbox 360, Xbox Live or Xbox indie games. Our non-games readers might have missed the excitement, buzz, then deluge of social media updates, from developers, journalists, games industry pundits, analysts and gamers... Continue Reading →
Dear game developers... The BAFTA In Scotland 2012 competition has less than one week to go before entries close. There is a dedicated games category. If you enter it, you could win a BAFTA. BAFTA winners are glamorous and successful and can tell everybody that they are BAFTA AWARD WINNERS. Winning is a good thing,... Continue Reading →