Game In Scotland – Programme & Speakers

The 2014 Game In Scotland event happens this Saturday.  Taking place at Abertay University's Centre of Excellence for Videogames, the event brings together dozens of Scotland's game development studios, speakers and experts, for a day of presentations, panels, workshops and exhibition. This year's event brings together expertise and help for those interested in getting into... Continue Reading →

Tigerface Nominated In iKids Awards

Edinburgh's Tigerface has been nominated in the annual iKids awards.  The competition created to recognise the world's best interactive products designed for children. The company's  Cosmic Reactor game, has been nominated in the Best Learning App for Tablets category. Cosmic Reactor challenges  two players with lightning fast maths questions, has already picked up an editor's... Continue Reading →

First Ever VG247 Scotland Panel – Watch It Now…

The first ever Scotland panel from games news powerhouse VG247 took place last night.  Issue zero was a trial, exploring the games industry in Scotland and the issues facing developers. It featured Kate Ho from Tigerface Games, Mark Ettle from Cobra Mobile and Brian Baglow from the Scottish Games Network - all hosted by VG247's... Continue Reading →

Tigerface Partners With FingerPrint To Release Collaborative Educational Games

Edinburgh's Tigerface is a studio specialising in creating educational games and apps for kids.  The company has signed a deal with educational and entertainment network Fingerprint to launch seven new apps. The apps are all collaborative, allowing kids and families to play and learn together, improving their maths, science and language skills. Collaborative play and... Continue Reading →

Sync Announces Its 2013 GEEKS IN RESIDENCE

Sync is a project which supports cultural organisations in Scotland, learn more about technology, come to love it, then take it back to the office/theatre/museum/loft space and do many interesting and exciting new things with it. As part of this remit, for the last several years Sync has placed a number of developers or technical... Continue Reading →

Interface3 & Science Festival Making Games REAL

Edinburgh's Interface3 is a company best known for touch surface technology, augmented reality and co-located games.  More recently Interface3 launched its dedicated games label, Tigerface, which is creating multiplayer educational experiences aimed at kids using the same device. Now however, Interface3 has worked with the Edinburgh Science Festival to create PLAY DAY, a real world... Continue Reading →

Game In Scotland – Speaker Presentations

Ten very different companies gave ten very different talks and presentations at the 2013 Game In Scotland event.  As part of our exclusive coverage of the event, we're delighted to make those presentation files available to the world... Romana Ramzan - Denki - GIS2013RomanaRamzan David Hamilton - Ninja Kiwi - David Hamilton - Ninja Kiwi - GIS2013... Continue Reading →

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