OUT NOW – Rituals

For the last several months we've brought you news and updates for a game known as The Official. A mysterious, deliberately low-polygon 3D world, set inside a banal, but somehow creepy office block where... you just know something peculiar is going down. Since then the game has been updated, completed and now released, with a... Continue Reading →

Ludometrics’ Gridlock Now On Greenlight

Ludometrics has placed it's retrotastic four-gun-turreted arena-based shoot-em-up on Steam Greenlight. So you, the earth council for strategic space defence and laser-based death battles can vote on whether to prioritise the safety of mankind within a vast uncaring universe. If you've not been paying attention, Gridlock is an arena-based shooter that sees you take control of four... Continue Reading →

Saddle Up – Eldevin Meet Mounts

Eldevin, everyone's favourite free-to-play, Elgin-crafted, browser-based, but-now-desktop-too MMORPG, has been updated (release 1.17) and now, adventurers, warriors and players around the world will be able to enjoy the delights, comfort and speed  of their own personal mount. Think 'horsey' but more eclectic and with a magic twist. So, magic carpets, wings, rotors, plasma disks and... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW – Nightmare Cooperative

Lucky Frame's The Nightmare Cooperative, the collaborative, co-operative, collective rogue-like dungeon crawler, is OUT NOW and we're frankly taking the afternoon off to go and play it. As we gushed when first we heard about the game, it's a turn-based rogue-like, with a unique co-operative twist. As you find new player characters in the dungeon,... Continue Reading →

Eldevin Makes Leap From Browser To Desktop (Over LAVA!)

Eldevin, Hunted Cow's officially EPIC Massively-Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG) has received a new update (1.16), adding an evil wizard's cornucopia of new content and bringing the game to computer desktops for the first time. Since it was released in December 2013, Eldevin has been accessible and playable through web browsers. Now Hunted Cow has created a... Continue Reading →

ION BOND – Coming Soon From Smiling Bag

Ion Bond is a brand new game from Dundee's Smiling Bag. Stewart Hogarth's indie games studio, was responsible for 2013's retro-tastic pinball-esque I am Level and the duck-based paddle-em-up Ducky Fuzz. Ion Bond is another unique and original new title, set inside a particle accelerator. It’s based on a game created for Ludlum Dare in January, but Stewart has expanded upon... Continue Reading →

Company Profile – Pixel Sword

There's a new studio in Scotland: Pixel Sword.  Based in beautiful Bo'ness, Pixel Sword is an independent developer, founded by Paul Leishman.  Paul's been around the industry, having worked with Proper Games, Dynamo Games and most recently Ninja Kiwi. Pixel Sword is already working on a couple of games, the intriguingly titled Pixel Raiders and the... Continue Reading →

YoYo – Game Maker – Tizen – Beta

If the above headline doesn't mean a great deal to you, you may not be alone.  It is good news however.  It means that Scotland's YoYo Games is continuing to support future technologies and that the company's popular GameMaker platform (which, the company tells us, has now been downloaded over 5,000,000 times) could be at... Continue Reading →

Cobra’s iBomber Games Head To Linux

Cobra's WWII-themed iBomber series encompasses top-down destruct-em-up games, tower defence games and more recently, a dual-stick shooter. The games are now in limited beta on iOS, PC and Mac, through Valve's digital distribution service Steam.  However, not all PC users have been able to play and enjoy the games, since they were not available for... Continue Reading →

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