Congratulations to PLA Studios and Remode Studios, who both won £25,000 grant funding to develop a new game concept using Turbulenz. The six short-listed studios presented to a panel of judges last week and the winners were announced shortly afterwards. We are delighted to begin working with both PLA Studios and Remode Studios and look forward to bringing some exciting new games to the web together.
We are delighted to announce the short-list for the TIGA & Abertay Games Contest. The contest awards two developers with £25,000 each to develop a Turbulenz game prototype. Details of the finalists and the final day event, to be held in London on 15th March, can be found on the InnovateUK website. Anyone is welcome to attend the event, which is an opportunity to find out more about the concepts and about Turbulenz. Register for free at the above link.
The finalists are:
Many thanks to everyone who entered and congratulations to the six finalists. We look forward to meeting the developers on the 15th March, and to working on two new and exciting games for Turbulenz.
£100,000 games funding contest launched by Turbulenz in conjunction with TIGA, Abertay and IC tomorrow.
Turbulenz are excited to announce the launch of a £100,000 games contest, whereby four prizes of £25,000 each are available to game developers to build a prototype and use it to secure further funding. The funding, announced by Creative Industries Minister Ed Vaizey at the recent NESTA Investment Conference, comes from Abertay University’s Prototype Fund.
Turbulenz Limited, the developer of the Turbulenz online game creation and publishing platform, announced today that it has raised over $5 million in funding.
Turbulenz is a game creation and publishing platform that allows developers to rapidly create, publish and monetise a new generation of online browser games. Its mission is to empower game developers to create the world’s greatest online games. The funds will be invested in continued technology development and commercialization of the platform when it launches in 2011.