MCR Pathways is a Scottish charity that offers mentoring to young people. They're looking for people from the games sector, or with an interest in videogames to help connect with and mentor young people across the country.
The UK Games Fund Round 7 is now open for Expressions of Interest (EOI) from UK-based game developers. This is the start of a process to secure funding of up to £25,000.
DI4D, the Glasgow-founded facial performance capture company has launched PURE4D, a brand new facial capture solution, aimed at next-generation videogames creators, which promises to be the most efficient and scalable on the market.
Kickstarter is a great way to raise money to fund projects such as video games. Because of this developers often use the site as a way to get the ball rolling for their latest title. Throughout the past few months, several Scottish developers have proven crowd funding is still a viable option for smaller developers.... Continue Reading →
10 print "Hello world!"; 20 goto 10 run Nearly three years ago, the Scottish Games Network went into hibernation. There were a couple of reasons: First of all, I had a little boy - and all of a sudden there was another priority in my life. Secondly - the ongoing need to moderate every single... 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 →
The Scottish parliament needs YOU. The Scottish Parliament's Economy, Energy and Tourism committee has announced that it has launched an investigation into the economic impact of the creative industries in Scotland - using the country's games and film/television industries as key sectors. The committee will explore: The role of public sector agencies and the effectiveness... Continue Reading →
Back in December, the creative powerhouse/dynamic duo behind the rather amazing Game City festival, made it through wind and weather to hold their first ever Modern Playing event at Edinburgh's Filmhouse. It was a lovely evening. Games were discussed. Play was pondered. Snow fell. A christmas tree was adopted. A bearded man came from the east on... Continue Reading →
Lucky Frame, the company behind critically acclaimed games such as Pugs Luv Beats, Wave Trip, the homicide-em-up Gentlemen! and of course the BAFTA award-winning Bad Hotel are, not to put too fine a point on it, kinda awesome.They explore, they experiment, they play with ideas and definitions of 'game' and they seem to have a... Continue Reading →
The cross-party group on videogames technology was started in early 2012 by MSP Joe Fitzpatrick. The group met in March that same year - while GDC was on - yet still attracted a standing room only crowd, to hear from speakers including Denki's Colin Anderson, Scottish Enterprise and TIGA. The group's initial meeting was more... Continue Reading →