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Tag: gaming

Picking the brains behind PlayStation’s game development platform, SN Systems

15th August 2017
We chat to CTO Tom Charlesworth along with Bernard James VP Development on what it means to be part of one of the world's biggest platforms for game developers
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Experiment with innovative gaming ideas at the Interesting Games Lab

19th July 2017
Play some weird, wacky and interactive games, build Bristol's creative community and help game designers test their latest ideas
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VR World Congress talks now available online

17th July 2017
Missed VR World Congress? You can now catch up on many of its fascinating talks covering virtual, augmented and mixed reality developed across the globe
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Profile: Steel Media – providing the lowdown on mobile gaming since 2005

13th June 2017
Meet the Bath-based company behind PocketGamer that's been celebrating gaming on the move since the days of the Gameboy
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Complete Control partners with LEGO to help teach kids how to code

28th April 2017
Collaboration to create LEGO game to encourage children to learn developing skills through play
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13 cool virtual reality tech demos we got to try at VR World Congress

20th April 2017
The latest VR tech we saw at Bristol's massive 3-day VR conference that we think you should know about
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Guest blog: 12 amazing new video games being made in Bristol right now

18th April 2017
Peter Willington, Producer at game studio Auroch Digital, gives us an early look at the some of the best work from independent developers in the region
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Get access to cutting-edge VR tech for £24

29th March 2017
Updated: This year VR World Congress has opened up its expo area, featuring the latest in VR tech and demos, for just £24 per ticket
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Bristol Games Hub to host Global Game Jam 2017

20th December 2016
Join thousands of developers and creatives across the world for 48 hours to build games galore
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Need to know: 9 top techie Christmas gifts originating from the South West

13th December 2016
Support Bristol and Bath's most innovative startups with these unique tech gifts
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Battle the extraterrestrial in Salvaged, Opposable Games’ latest VR game

12th December 2016
Fancy taking on the toughest job in a war-ridden universe? Embark on the Salvaged challenge today
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Reach Robotics presents MekaMon: the premium fighting machine

5th December 2016
Explore the depths of augmented reality whilst engaging in real life robot combat
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Profile: How Bebods took on the world from Bath, one body part at a time

28th November 2016
From web page to worldwide, hear how these little digital characters have captured the imagination of thousands of children (and adults too!)
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Line-up announced for SPARK Skills Festival 2016!

23rd November 2016
Updated: AI & chatbots, a day in the life of a games developer, how to land your dream role in a startup & more in the inspiring line-up for SPARK Skills Fest. Plus, WIN an Amazon Dot!
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Plans for VR World Congress 2017 announced

18th November 2016
Get your early bird tickets now to engage in 360° talks and meet the brains behind the VR industry
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Join the hunt for the UK’s next biggest video game with a chance to win £25k

14th November 2016
Have an idea you think could be the next big thing in gaming? The UK Games Fund is calling you!
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Bristol’s Opposable VR collaborates with Cartoon Network to create Adventure Time game “I See Ooo”

16th October 2016
Shoot unsuspecting penguins in one of the very first VR games built for mobile devices and Google Cardboard
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Try out Sony PlayStation VR in Bristol’s Cabot Circus this October

7th October 2016
The much anticipated PlayStation VR is on tour around the UK to allow everyone to have a go in a virtual world
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Pervasive Media Studio to host international women-only XX+ Game Jam this October

26th September 2016
One of only 7 women-only game jams being held across the UK and Canada, where teams have 24 hours to build their own games
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