OUT NOW – SAS Zombie Assault 4

Zombies. They're everywhere. Rising from the dead, lurching around corners, falling to pieces (yet inexplicably failing to be eaten by starving dogs, packs of wolves or the more ubiquitous bacteria...) And of course, they're always, always looking for human flesh and/or brains. It's a post-apocalyptic nightmare in which many would become mad - and many... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW: Winx Club Mystery Of The Abyss

Glasgow's Tsumanga Studios is continuing to release new games based upon the incredibly popular Winx Club license. The studio's games (Winx Sirenix Power & Winx Fairy School) have already been downloaded over 5.5 million time and the studio is confident their latest title will help them reach 10 million in the near future. Winx Club:... Continue Reading →

Gamers Complete Six Months Of Cancer Research In One Month

Players of Guerilla Tea's Play to Cure: Genes In Space have completed six months worth of research in the month since the game was released. The amount of actual data is quite astonishing. According to Cancer Research UK: If this amount of DNA – tightly-coiled strings of genetic information – was unravelled it would stretch... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW – Genes In Space – Fight Cancer, Save The Galaxy

Games can change the world... In July 2013, the team at Guerilla Tea announced that they were working with Cancer Research UK on a new game which would use real world clinical research data. Players would manipulate this data as part of the game, creating a huge virtual team, speeding up research and potentially providing... Continue Reading →

2013 – A Year In Releases

2013 has been quite a year for the games industry in Scotland.  From GTA V breaking all records to become the biggest entertainment launch in human history, to the brand new development team Things Made Out Of Other Things scooping the BAFTA Scotland award for their first title, Coolson's Artisanal Chocolate Alphabet, it's been a... Continue Reading →

Fuzzy Duck?

...Ducky Fuzz!  The latest release from indie wunderkind and one man games dynamo, Smiling Bag (aka Stewart Hogarth) is the intriguingly named Ducky Fuzz. It features ducks.  And waves and bread.  According to the App Store description: Ducky Fuzz is a simple game about juggling ducks on the ocean by controlling the waves, avoiding sea... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW – Mr Shingu’s Paper Halloween

Having helped countless kids make a menagerie of folded paper pets with the aid of Japanese origami sensei Mr Shingu, the team at Stormcloud Games has just launched their follow-up title, just in time for the scary parts of the year. Mr Shingu's Paper Halloween turns the scary knob up to 11, or possibly 13,... Continue Reading →

Retro Jet Set Spectrum Pinball Emerges From Smiling Bag

In the good old days, games were better.  They were simpler, but at the same time far more unforgiving.  They were shorter, but took far longer to load.  They were more creative, but far more limited in terms of experience. There's a particular type of gamer, normally those of a certain age, who will, given... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW: Gentlemen For PC/Mac

The superb, local-multiplayer duel-em-up Gentlemen from Edinburgh's Lucky Frame is OUT NOW for you lucky PC and Mac owners. The game is a Victorian-themed, bowler-hatted, multiplayer deathmatch, which in this incarnation pits two, three or four players against each other upon a single, blood-drenched device, Forsooth. Like all of Lucky Frame's titles, Gentlemen's glorious graphics... Continue Reading →

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