Happy Birthday Tag - to celebrate the Dundee studio's 15th birthday, it has revealed its six key lessons for running a successful games studio.
Tag Games Investment: The Dundee-based studio is one of three European developers to receive a $50M investment from mobile giant Scopely.
SGN POD: Marc Williamson of Tag Games chats to us about being a buisness-facing developer, operating in Dundee and the benefits of gradual growth.
From launch to live ops. How technology created in Dundee is driving the next generation of Unity products A five year overnight success storyScottish Games Network The Changing Nature of Videogames Since the early 1980s, when videogames finally reached the homes of a mainstream audience, a single development and publishing model prevailed.Videogames were created as... Continue Reading →
We’ve been on the blower to the country’s development studios, technology companies and employers and rounded up a steamy fresh batch of videogame job openings in Scotland.
It’s easier than ever to publish your own game thanks to accessible platforms like itch.io, the mobile app stores and Steam Direct. However, many independent developers still see value in signing publishing deals to get their games off the ground. Should small and/or young studios still be looking to make publishing deals, or are they better taking their future into their own hands?
It’s fantastic how well the Scottish games industry has been able to adapt to working from home, but there’s certainly no harm in anticipating what could be coming down the pipe next. We asked the Game Guru’s what challenges they’re anticipating in 2021.
A profile of Dundee's Tag Games, which has released over 60 games in the 14 years since the company was founded.
Dundee development studios Tag Games and Ruffian are among the first round winners of funding from the recently announced UK Game Fund. The Scottish companies are among the first 24 recipients of the new fund, launched in October 2015, with a £4 million investment from the UK Government. The fund awards grants of up to... Continue Reading →
That was fun... Game In Scotland took place on Saturday afternoon. This year's event moved out of the grim and slightly sticky Fat Sam's nightclub, which had been its home for the last eight years and moved it into the spring sunshine in Abertay University's brand new games centre of excellence. The 2014 Game In... Continue Reading →