SGN Podcast: Interview with Maxwell Scott-Slade (Glitchers)

SGN POD: Maxwell Scott-Slade of Glitchers chats to Seb McKay about moving to Edinburgh, releasing on Switch as an indie, subscription models and more.

SGN Podcast: Interview with Marc Williamson (Tag Games)

SGN POD: Marc Williamson of Tag Games chats to us about being a buisness-facing developer, operating in Dundee and the benefits of gradual growth.

SGN Podcast: Interview with Claire Morwood (3-Fold Games)

SGN POD: Claire Morwood of 3-Fold Games chats to us about developing Before I Forget, moving to Dundee, making games in Bitsy and loads more.

SGN Podcast: Interview with Colin Macdonald (Rivet Games)

SGN POD: Colin Mcdonald of Rivet Games chats to us about the importance of good keywords and the changing face of the Scottish industry.

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."

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