SOLAS 128, the critically-acclaimed synthwave reflect-em-up puzzle game from Amicable Animbal, has received a significant accessibility update for both the PC and Nintendo Switch, to coincide with Global Accessibility Awareness Day (#GAAD).
Distant Kingdoms, a brand new city and civilisation building game from Dundee's Orthrus Studios is out now on Early Access for Windows PC.
Drive Buy is a new racing game from Glitchers, which combines the high-octane thrills of street racing, with the complex time-management and route-finding fun of being a delivery driver. Out now for PC and Nintendo Switch
In SOLAS, players explore the complicated, interconnected circuitry of a mysterious machine by redirecting beams of light towards energy receivers in an effort to get it up and running again. What the machine does or why it’s powered down we don’t know, but we do know that something alien and hostile has found its way inside and is intent on causing chaos.
Flea, the hardcore, retro platformer from Dundee's Lowtek Games is OUT NOW on (brace yourselves) NES, Dreamcast and PC (yes, really).
Denki, the studio behind the BAFTA award-winning Quarrel and 180 other releases, has published it's latest new game: Autonauts, for PC.
Following the game's fabulous reception on mobile, No Code, the developer behind Super Arc Light, has started a Steam Greenlight campaign to bring the game to PC. The new version promises the same promising, stylish action-packed gameplay to the highly respectable and more traditional gaming platform. The company promises that it's even considering a few... Continue Reading →
Edinburgh's Ant Workshop, also known as one-man-indie-powerhouse Anthony Gowland, is set to release its first title, Binaries, in April 2016. Billed as a concentration platform game, Binaries requires players to simultaneously control two glowing neon circles and guide them through a series of increasingly fiendish and dangerous levels. Ant Workshop thoughtfully provided a little background... Continue Reading →
Developers, BAFTA Scotland needs your games. The 2015 BAFTA Scotland competition is now open for entries. The games category offers developers of all games released between 18th July 2014 - 2nd July 2015 are eligible. This includes all platforms - online (browser) games, mobile, tablet, console, PC, Mac, Linux, etc. It doesn't matter if games were... 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 →