Gamerhub & SGN Partner To Promote Scottish Games

Consumer games site Gamerhub and the Scottish Games Network have partnered to showcase and promote Scottish Games to gamers worldwide.

SOLAS 128 Scoops Games BAFTA

Amicable Animal, the indie studio behind SOLAS 128 won the GAMES category at the BAFTA Scotland Awards 2021.

Coming Soon: Hercule Poirot: The First Cases

based digital entertainment company releases its next title: Agatha Christie - Hercule Poirot: The First Cases, for PC and console.

NoCode & Hutch Named In GamesIndustry.biz Best Places To Work

Two companies with offices in Scotland have been named in the GamesIndustry.biz Best Places To Work Awards 2021.

Paisley Museum Reimagined: Game Developers Wanted (NOW)

Paisley Museum Reimagined: Game Developers Wanted. £145,000 contract for game creation.

Please Welcome Psyber Games Studio

Psyber Games Studio is a new indie developer, based in Glasgow, founded by GCU graduate James O'Callaghan.

OUT NOW: Remedy Quest

Remedy Quest, the casual mobile game, inspired by science, which aims to make the subject of vaccines, vaccinations and combatting viruses more widely understood, is out now for iOS and Android devices. Created by Glasgow-based studio Game Dr, the game was supported by an Innovate UK grant, as well as scientists and schools across the whole of the UK.

OUT NOW: Murder Mystery Machine

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.

Axis Studios: Animation, VFX and Realtime Production

The Scottish Games Network recently sat down with Michael Zaman and Traci Tufte from Axis Studios, to talk about the company's growing use of 'realtime' technology, and it's work in games, film, and TV.

Players Wanted for VR Study

you have a VR headset, Glasgow School of Art research student Austin Wolf is inviting you to take part in a study about narrative engagement in VR - based upon Scottish folklore.

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