360 Digital – Game Developer Conference – 23rd April – Dundee

On April 23rd Interactive Scotland will hold its first ever GDC Studio Session, an event which captures the buzz, the themes, the issues and the opportunities coming out of the... Continue Reading →

Opportunity For Educational Gaming Companies

The team at Scottish Development International have passed on information about an event taking place in February next year, aimed at companies involved in educational gaming and game-based learning. Titled,... 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... Continue Reading →

Cross Creative 2013 Now Open – You Need To Do This People…

Cross Creative is one of those amazing, unique and pioneering projects that you can't quite believe exists.  It's supported by several major organisations including Channel 4, Creative Scotland and Scottish... Continue Reading →

Computer Xplorers – Preparing Children For The Future

The concept of introducing kids to computer skills is something which has been getting a great deal of traction recently.  From the mini game jam and Dare to be Digital... Continue Reading →

ENABLE Scotland – Game Design Workshop

Last weekend Guerilla Tea, working with ENABLE Scotland’s East Renfrewshire Local Area Coordination Team, ran a game development workshop in Glasgow for children and young adults with Asperger’s Syndrome and... Continue Reading →

BBC Scotland Announces ‘Connected Studio’, Looking For Developers

The BBC has announced a new event called Connected Studio, running in Glasgow on the 21st of February. Connected Studio has been created to bring together creative practitioners and developers... Continue Reading →

Jamming in Diversity – The Trials and Tribulations of the Jam

Jamming isn’t the easiest of things. However you do it, undertaking a 48 hour journey to produce a game from conception to birth, isn’t easy and there are likely to... Continue Reading →

Video Games & Learning Symposium – Glasgow, February 2012

The University of Glasgow's Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Instititute (HATII) has organised a half day symposium exploring the area of game-based learning and the use of off-the-shelf consumer games... Continue Reading →

Cobra’s Storm In A Teacup – First Commercial Release For Raspberry Pi

Scotland has proven itself a pioneer once more.  Cobra in Dundee made history yesterday by releasing the first commercially available software for the astounding Raspberry Pi computer. The company's critically... Continue Reading →

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