The University of the Highlands and Islands is collaborating with Mesomorphic, a Shetland-based software company, to develop Algorismus, a game to boosts young people’s maths skills. Students and staff from Moray College (home of the Moray Game Jam - the UK's most northerly jam...) will work with Mesomorphic to create Algorismus, which will help students... Continue Reading →
Game Jam 192, a new competition created specifically for remote development is now open for entries.
Unite is an annual conference for all things Unity related, based in Seattle, USA from the 20th - 22nd August 2014. As part of their partnership with Honeycomb – Creative Works ScreenHI (the company behind the Moray Game Jam and Go North) can offer one place to a Highlands and Islands individual (see T&C's below) working in the... Continue Reading →
Entries are now open for the Moray Game Jam. Scotland (and the UK's) most northerly jam EVER takes place on the 14th - 16th of March at the University of the Highlands and Islands' Moray College. Teams are being sought to design and create a new and original game in only 48 hours. The prize... Continue Reading →
Hunted Cow, the development studio and publisher based in Elgin, Scotland, has released it's latest title for Apple iOS devices. Tank Battle: North Africa is the sequel to Tank Battle: 1944 which hit the app store in March last year. Tank Battle: North Africa is a hex-based, turn-based strategy game, in which the player takes... Continue Reading →
Today's the last day to apply to become a 'Geek In Residence' as part of the Sync Tank programme. You could be embedded (not as painful as it sounds) within Socttish Opera, The MacRobert arts centre, the EIGG box, the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo (which can't run in Dundee, sadly) or Photography gallery Stills. It... Continue Reading →