Dare to be Digital 2014 – Best Ever…

Dare to be Digital's Protoplay event is always a joy. A four day festival and celebration of creativity, innovation and hard work, the event offers something for every visitor, whether it's a family of Minecraft fans, or the UK's growing number of indie studios. This year's event was one of the best yet. Alongside the 15 teams... Continue Reading →

Dare To Be Digital INDIE SHOWCASE

 Dare to be Digital, is looking for developers. Dare's Protoplay event, which takes place in central Dundee from 7th - 10th of August, will feature an indie games showcase, giving development studios the chance to demonstrate and give the event's 10,000+ visitors a chance to play and enjoy their games. All games are eligible, though new... Continue Reading →

Dare To Be Digital – One Week Left To Apply

Students! You have just one week to apply for Dare to be Digital, the world’s most awesome computer game design competition. Entries must be made online at http://www.daretobedigital.com/ by 9am on Monday 21 April. Hosted and run by Abertay University, hundreds of students every year apply to Dare to be Digital to build a working game prototype in just eight... Continue Reading →

Dare to be Digital 2014 – Open For Entries

It's time.  Your chance for fame, glory, a job in the games world, a game on the market, absolutely unique experience and possibly even a BAFTA.  The world's premiere game development competition is back for 2014. Entries for Dare to be Digital competition are now open.  The competition is open to teams of five students... Continue Reading →

Dare To Be Digital – The Indie Conference – Day 2

Day two of the Dare 2013 indie festival took place on Friday 9th August.  The theme of Convergence carried over from the previous day with an equally eclectic line-up of speakers and panels, examining issues around the ongoing evolution of the games industry. Like day one of the conference, there were some truly inspiring speakers... Continue Reading →

Getting Girls Into Games – Free Talk At Dare ProtoPlay Festival

Girls with a love of computer games are being encouraged to consider making games as a career, with a free talk at the Dare ProtoPlay festival in Dundee on Thursday 8 August. BAFTA-winning Sophia George, who is also the V&A’s first ever Game Designer in Residence, will take the stage with Erin Michno, co-founder of... Continue Reading →

Jesse Schell To Speak At Dare To Be Digital 2013 (and the EIF)

We've been promising, teasing, tantalising and feeding little bits of information about this to the industry for the last several months, but we are now thrilled, delighted and quietly chuffed to confirm that world-renowned game design expert Jesse Schell is to speak at the Dare ProtoPlay festival in Dundee, as part of Dare Indie Fest... AND... Continue Reading →

Games Legend Ian Livingstone Appearing At Dare 2013

Dare to be Digital has announced several speakers from the 2013 festival, including games legend and Life President of Eidos, Ian Livingstone. The theme for year's industry conference is independence and convergence culture, looking at where the games industry meets art, film and television. As a pioneer in the UK games industry, Ian will share... Continue Reading →

Dare ProtoPlay Indie Fest – Last Chance To Showcase Your Games

August is looming.  The Dare to be Digital Protoplay event is coming ever closer and the Dare Indie Showcase is filling up fast. The showcase allows independent game developers to demonstrate and show off their games to Dare visitors.  If you've not been paying attention to previous posts about the unstoppable behemoth which is Dare,... Continue Reading →

Dare Uses AudioSkins For Enhanced Aural Pleasure

When you visit the Dare to be Digital ProtoPlay festival and stand, slack-jawed in front of the astonishing projects on display, pummelled by the merciless bass, or slipping on a set of comfy headphones, entranced by the cool, funky soundtrack, then the chances are you'll have one company to thank. Euphonious, the audio experts behind... Continue Reading →

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