Developers Wanted: Drop In And Play, Dundee (8/11/15)

Game developers - the DCA (in partnership with Abertay) needs you. And your games. The latest of the popular Drop In And Play events takes place in Dundee on Sunday November 8th, coinciding with the closing celebrations for the Discovery Film Festival. The closing film will be Labyrinthus, a Europena film, which tells the story... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW: Me And The Giants Kids Games Hit Windows

Me And The Giants, the game and app developer specialising in content for kids has released its back catalogue of educational game for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8. The company has released two of its app collections for Windows users: Tolva and Ting, a collection five neon-coloured, educational games and apps for pre-school children, featuring the... Continue Reading →

KoduKup Scotland Launched

Kodu Kup is a coding competition open to UK school children aged between 7 and 14 years old. Kodu Kup Scotland is a sister competition to the UK Kodu Kup designed to work with the larger competition, taking Scotland's different term times into account. The competition has been organised and run by David Renton, a Microsoft... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW: Winx Fairy School

The team at Tsumanga have taken the road less travelled when it comes to games.  They're working with a third party license, aimed at a younger female audience and featuring fairies. Winx Club is one of the most popular brands in the world for 9-13 year old girls.  Created by Rainbow Studios in Italy, the franchise... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW – Tolva & Ting Games – New From Me & The Giants

  The idea of using games technology and gaming experiences for educational purposes is something which has been gaining ground in recent years.  The advent of technologies and devices such as tablets, which are 'kid friendly', has created a whole new audience for games. A growing number of developers are recognising this and are creating... Continue Reading →

Ludometrics Unleashes Sock Monster On Unsuspecting World

After the Walking Dead, The Last Of Us, Dead Rising and Atom Zombie Smasher, the gaming public have been waiting, poised for a new survival horror game.  A new and terrifying foe which evokes the darkest fears and dread nightmares... Ludometrics has worked with author Lorna Freytag to imagine this beast, this lurking evil thing... Continue Reading →

Tigerface Partners With FingerPrint To Release Collaborative Educational Games

Edinburgh's Tigerface is a studio specialising in creating educational games and apps for kids.  The company has signed a deal with educational and entertainment network Fingerprint to launch seven new apps. The apps are all collaborative, allowing kids and families to play and learn together, improving their maths, science and language skills. Collaborative play and... Continue Reading →

New From Stormcloud: Mr Shingu’s Paper Zoo – Out NOW For iOS

In an app store awash with clones, copies and tired retreads of existing genres, originality is all too rare.  Games can quite easily aim for instant mainstream acceptance, losing any real identity in their race for the lowest common denominator, or can be defiantly aimed at 'real' gamers, so bullet holes and orcs abound. Which... Continue Reading →

Spy Quest – East Kilbride based Polybius Games sleuths into hotels and schools worldwide.

Once upon a time (well, in the early 80s), there was an arcade machine that slipped onto the sticky floored arcades of Oregon. No one knew where it came from, only its name - hailing from the Greek Historian, Polybius, known for his cryptography work and the creator of the Polybius cipher. It caused chaos... Continue Reading →

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