Last week we spent much of our time down in London at the BETT show. For those who don’t know, this is the British Educational Training & Technology show which happens every year. We attended it 2 years ago full of awesome ideas for educational games which could be used in the classroom on iPads, [...]
I’ve just been writing submissions for the Appster Awards, which are taking place in October alongside the Apps World expo in London.
I’m putting Head Hunter Challenge forward for “most innovative app”, hopefully with it carrying enough clout from the fact it’s based on the multi-screen technology in Plasma Party, which already won a similar [...]
[Background: Brian Baglow (@flackboy) runs ScottishGames.net and was a speaker at Develop earlier this month. At the end of his session, I was the only person to ask a question that wasn't "how Scottish do I have to pretend to be for you to write about me?". I was also the only person not to [...]
The second day of the conference started a little sleepily after being up rather late making this blog work On the bright side, we now have this lovely blog where we can talk to you
Once we’d had breakfast and checked out of our room (read, now laden with many heavy bags!) the keynote [...]
Well, technically, it’s Day 2 for other people, but we’re here for the Indie track which didn’t start till today
We started with a wander around the Expo, which seemed to be mostly a recruitment fair. Other than talking to PopCap to steal a Chuzzle – “Yes really, I’d love to quit my job [...]