New Scots AR Company Recruiting Ahead of Market Push

A new Edinburgh Napier University spin-out is expanding as it seeks to market a product which brings real-world objects to life in mobile devices. 3FINERY uses and new form of... Continue Reading →

Yaldi Games Scoops Converge Prize

Yaldi Games, a new game development studio has claimed the Converge Creative Challenge prize at the 2020 Converge awards. Elena Höge, a Design and Digital Media Masters graduate from the... Continue Reading →

Company Profile: AdInMo

Company Name: AdInMo Date Founded: 2017 Business Type: Limited Company Location: Edinburgh Managing Director: Kristan Rivers, CEO Key Staff: Kristan Rivers, CEO Chris Wright, CTO Number of Employees: 15 Contact... Continue Reading →

Coming Soon: Lair of the Clockwork God

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

Get Curious About Audio & Applied Gaming

Curious is the Royal Society of Edinburgh's summer events programme. In 2020, there's a whole thread on #AppliedGames. If you're not up to speed on the application of games outside of games, this is a golden opportunity. It's the future, trust us...

AdInMo Adds New Directors

Marketing and advertising veterans Preston Rabl and Ana Stewart have joined the board of in-game advertising specialist AdInMo as directors.

Coming Soon: CYGNI by Keelworks

Coming Soon: CYGNI by Keelworks

A brand new twin-stick bullet hell shooter, with incredible cinematic visuals, Cygni displays its creators screen industry experience.

You can add Cygni to your Steam wishlist now.

Coming Soon: SOLAS A Synthwave Puzzler

SOLAS, a synthwave puzzler, is coming soon from Scottish indie games developer Amicable Animal, published by the team at Armor Games.

Freelancers Wanted

It promises to be a fairly difficult time for freelance workers moving forward. The creative industries run on self-employed people, but with businesses of all kinds concentrating on survival and... Continue Reading →

Why Doing Your Own Testing Can Cost Developers Dearly

For many developers - not just those in the games industry - the idea of paying someone to test software seems like an unnecessary luxury. Test-driven development, live patching and... Continue Reading →

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