SGN Podcast: Interview with Eltanin Casciani (Team Junkfish)

BONUS INTERVIEW: Communications & Community Lead Eltanin Casciani tells us about her role at Team Junkfish in this bonus interview podcast.

SGN Podcast: Interview with Ally Low

BONUS INTERVIEW: Scotland's premier indie retro game developer Ally Low tells us about his tool to help dyslexic players in this bonus interview podcast.

SGN Podcast: Interview with Gabriel Elvery

BONUS INTERVIEW: Games researcher Gabriel Elvery explains why we get so emotionally attatched to game characters in this extended podcast conversation.

SGN Podcast: Introduction to PlayAway Festival

BONUS INTERVIEW: Festival director Luci Holland joins the podcast to gives us an introduction to PlayAway, Scotland's newest and most exciting games festival.

SGN Podcast: Interview with Scottish EDGE

BONUS INTERVIEW: Listen in to learn what Scottish EDGE is, how to apply and what winning Scottish EDGE can do for your company.

Amicable Animal on SOLAS 128

"Originally I started making SOLAS because I really enjoyed older C64 games like Reflektor, and (admittedly obscure) tile-based puzzle games like S.C. OUT. These games were all about cause and effect, and about learning how the different systems interacted with each other."

Play it now: “Santa” – Christmas is Coming

Play it Now: "Santa" Christmas Is Coming is a lovely wee Christmas game from Lazy Monday, which features a light-fingered nocturnal visitor who's probably Father Christmas...

Retro Platformer Flea Smashes Funding Goal

FLEA is a brand-new, 'hard-as-nails' retro platformer for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Created by Lowtek Games, the brain child of Alastair Low, a games artist based in Dundee, Flea has already reached it's funding goal of £4,000 on Kickstarter. The game promises players the opportunity to traverse inside and outside a 'great beast', collecting... Continue Reading →

Ant Workshop Interview: Accessibility Versus Simplicity

Tony Gowland, the man behind Ant Workshop spoke to Gamesindustry.biz about accessibility and 'easiness'

Culture Minister Ed Vaisey Responds To Tax Breaks Success

MCV is carrying a fairly large interview with the UK's Minister for Culture, Communication and the Creative Industries, Ed Vaisey following last week's announcement of tax breaks for the video games sector. Mr Vaisey reveals himself as a fan of the games sector and highlighted his hope for more collaboration between the games industry and... Continue Reading →

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