Let's be honest, it's been a weird few weeks. As more and more businesses shift to remote working and the reality of the Covid-19 isolation becomes clearer, ever greater numbers of people are going to be spending considerable amounts of time at home. And the schools, colleges and universities are all closing too. Stress, worry... Continue Reading →
Denki, the studio behind the BAFTA award-winning Quarrel and 180 other releases, has published it's latest new game: Autonauts, for PC.
Hungy Ian, the latest game from Elgin's Stikkz Media is OUT NOW to play online, and for Google Play.
Dundee's Cobra Mobile is one of those studios which doesn't generate a huge amount of publicity, but quietly gets on with releasing a large number of games which go on to achieve great success - also quietly. The company is responsible for the best-selling iBomber franchise, as well as the more recent Cobi Hoops -... Continue Reading →
All 4 Games, Channel 4's mobile publisher today released Super Arc Light, the first title from new Scottish studio No Code. The game is a stylish radial arcade shooter, which means players must spin around a central axis and blast incoming enemies into tiny shards of glowing particles. This is, of course, not nearly as... Continue Reading →
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 →
Cobra Mobile is perhaps best known for the studio's popular iBomber series, which encompasses two top down destruct-em-up bombing games (iBomber 1 & 2), a twin-stick blast-em-up (Attack) and a couple of truly excellent tower defence (em-up) games (Defense & Defense Pacific). For its latest release Cobra has abandoned the war-torn battlefields of WWII and... Continue Reading →
Ladies and gentlemen, the goal of the Scottish Games Network has always been to be of utility to the games sector as a whole. A tool if you will, which pulls together all of the latest news, information and data for Scotland's games sector. Since the start of the year, for a couple of reasons... Continue Reading →