ChangingDay, a Glasgow-based start-up, has raised more than £670,000 to create virtual reality games for autistic people.
A collaboration between Young Enterprise Scotland (YES) and Glasgow University has produced two new games to teach young people valuable business skills.
DI4D, the Glasgow-founded facial performance capture company has launched PURE4D, a brand new facial capture solution, aimed at next-generation videogames creators, which promises to be the most efficient and scalable on the market.
“What is Game Studies?”, you might be asking. Well, luckily there’s a whole day of panels dedicated to that very question and much more at the PlayAway Festival, the first of which is chaired by our guest today, Dr Matthew Barr.
Queer Me, or The Queer Games Library, is a new digital game library and archive, which will curate video games which offer the opportunity to explore diverse gender and sexuality expressions, or a queer perspective through play.
Gaming and Me: Connections, Identity and Support takes for granted the fact that millions and millions us have very healthy and productive relationships with the games we play, and that games can be an integral and hugely meaningful part of their players’ lives.
Axis Studios, Scotland's multiple-award-winning animation and visual effects company, has announced it was the company responsible for the cinematics in Sony Interactive Entertainment & Sumo Digital’s new Playstation 5 launch title game Sackboy: A Big Adventure.
Remedy Quest the 2D casual game being developed by Glasgow-based Game Dr, to combat misinformation and anxiety around the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has launched the first trailer for the game and opened a public beta test.