Tony Gowland, the man behind Ant Workshop spoke to Gamesindustry.biz about accessibility and 'easiness'
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 →
VG247's UK News Editor, Dave Cook has done something disruptive. He's started a regular column on the VG247 site focusing on the video games sector in Scotland.Covering business news, releases, updates and interviews, VG247 Scotland will be an ongoing feature on the site and combine in-depth reporting, with news updates and a new industry discussion,... Continue Reading →
After the news that Codeplay's new Research & Development division was opening, we sat down with the company's CEO and founder, Andrew Richards to find out more about the company, what they do and their plans to make the future of interactive graphics ever more impressive... Scottish Games Network: Introduce yourself and give us a... Continue Reading →
Eurogamer has posted an in-depth article on the history and evolution of Denki. It's well worth reading and comes recommended... It's a familiar enough story. A small group of idealistic developers jumps off the A-list hamster wheel and sets up on their own, eager to get away from the big budget grind. They want to... Continue Reading →
There's a new company in Scotland's growing firmament of gaming wonder. It's not a development studio, but a company offering quality assurance and testing. Proper QA is based in Edinburgh and is the branchild of CEO Nick Barrett. QA is one of those aspects of development which is often overlooked, or which many people outside... Continue Reading →
Following the release of WarPath for the iPad, we caught up with the founder and chief code weaver of Whisky Biscuit, Stuart Gray, to ask him a few questions about the company, its games and its plans for the future... Scottishgames: Thank you for taking the time to speak to us, Stuart. So, starting at... Continue Reading →
In a week of frenzied game release activity, Tag Games announced the first title to come through its partnership with Channel 4. Come Dine With Me is the insanely popular cooking programme which challenges four 'normal' members of the public (or occasionally celebrities) to hold dinner parties for each other. The guests then rate their... Continue Reading →