OUT NOW – Nightmare Cooperative (iOS)

It's true! Lucky Frame's collective, collaborative rogue-like, Nightmare Cooperative is OUT NOW for iOS devices (so iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches). If you've not read about the game yet, then you must. You simply must. You can read some of the smashing, wonderful and invigorating things that people have said about it HERE and HERE.... 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 →

Science: Meet Games

The Edinburgh Science Festival is looking for ideas for 2015. The festival is looking for ideas from individuals, groups or organisations. In 2014, the festival included an evening of speakers including Mitu Khandakar-Kokoris from The Tiniest Shark, Yann Seznec from Lucky Frame, Gary Penn from Denki and Brian Baglow from the Scottish Games Network. Now you... Continue Reading →

BAFTA Scotland Awards – Open For Entries!

Ladies and gentlemen, the 2014 BAFTA Scotland Awards are now open for entries. The games category is once more entirely free to enter - and is open to every developer, team and game released in the last year - regardless of platform, genre or method of distribution. Your game must have been created in Scotland have... Continue Reading →

Coming Soon – Nightmare Cooperative

Let's make this very clear, Roguelike games are brilliant. Dungeon crawlers with nasty monsters, chests of sparkling treasure, magic spells, multiple levels of peril and unexpected frequent death are some of the finest experiences which video games has to offer. We think.Though we are experts, so that's pretty much a professional opinion. Roguelikes have been... Continue Reading →

Edinburgh Game Symposium – Fri 27th Sat 28th

Some of the best developers, composers and sound designers from the global gaming industry will congregate in Edinburgh this weekend for the Edinburgh Game Symposium 2.0 (EGS). With two full days of presentations, workshops, discussions and performances focusing on the latest in games development, games music & audio, EGS is shaping up to be a... Continue Reading →

Edinburgh Game Symposium – June 27-28th

Some of the best developers, composers and sound designers from the global gaming industry will congregate in Edinburgh on Fri 27th & Sat 28th June for the Edinburgh Game Symposium 2.0. There will be two full days of presentations, workshops, discussions and performances focusing on the latest in games development, games music & audio. The event builds on... Continue Reading →

What’s In A Game? Science Festival Probes Deeper…

Many events in Scotland are beginning to incorporate elements of gaming, games culture and exploring the rapidly evolving interactive industry. This year's Edinburgh Science Festival is looking into the impact of the gaming revolution on society.  It's asked several expert speakers - and your editor - to explore topics ranging from the rise of indie gaming... Continue Reading →

VG247 Scotland – Issue 1 – The Best Place To Sell Games

VG247's news editor Dave Cook has just published issue number 1 of his new, regular, Scotland-focused editorial, VG247 Scotland, looking at the state of the games industry as it relates to Scotland and including creators, CEOs and experts from Scotland's video games sector. This new issue explores the various distribution channels available to games creators,... Continue Reading →

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