Digital Innovation Award For Quartic Llama And NTS

http://vimeo.com/110153394 The 2014 Arts & Business Scotland awards took place on Friday 24th of October at a glittering ceremony at Glasgow's Theatre Royal. The awards celebrate the best partnerships between the business and cultural sectors in Scotland. Game development studio Quartic Llama and the National Theatre of Scotland picked up the award for Digital Innovation, for... Continue Reading →

Develop Wants YOU(r Games)

In addition to organising secret events, Develop magazine is also putting together a list of forthcoming titles for a directory of new games from the UK. It's an awesome idea and one long overdue... The initial list can be found here. It contains 156 games, which seems... a little light. Less than a dozen are... 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 →

Go North 2014

There's a chance you've not come across Scotland's Go North festival before. It has its roots in music, but has grown over the last several years to become the country's first event to incorporate all of the creative industries. In 2013, Go North featured a single speaking slot, introducing interactive media and video games to the wider... 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 →

Develop Names 100 Hot European Start-Ups

Develop magazine has produced a list of the 100 most exciting start-up companies in the European video games industry. Five Scottish companies make the list: Guerilla Tea, Quartic Llama, Space Budgie, Stormcloud and Swallowtail Games are noted for their work to date, awards received, download numbers and general air of being on the verge of... Continue Reading →

Drop In And Play… The Latest Indie Games

This Saturday, delighted members of the public will be able to Drop In And Play some of the latest new titles from Scottish games studios at Dundee's DCA, as part of the 2014 NEoN festival. This will be the third year that the DCA has played host to Drop In And Play.  This year's event... Continue Reading →

Drop In And Play III – Call For Developers

Dundee Contemporary Arts centre, NEoN digital arts festival and Quartic Llama are looking for developers to participate in the third annual Drop In And Play. Drop In And Play is a free public event which takes place on Saturday 9th of November at the DCA from 4pm - 6pm.  It's open to kids, families and... Continue Reading →

Other Nominated For IndieCade Award

Quartic Lllama's innovative location-based game, Other, created in conjunction with the National Theatre Of Scotland has been nominated in the 2013 IndieCade - the International Festival of Independent Games. Taking place in Los Angeles in October 2013, IndieCade is the largest independent games festival in the good old US of A.  Taking place across downtown... Continue Reading →

Canongate’s Future 40

Literary publisher Canongate has announced The Future 40, a list of 40 Scottish storytellers it believes will dominate the next 40 years of creative life in the country. The independent publisher teamed up with The Skinny magazine to create The Future 40, celebrating the company's own 40th birthday. Creative organisations and individuals from across Scotland were invited to submit... Continue Reading →

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