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.
Take a look at the presentation we gave right here.
Turbulenz would like to thank TIGA for the opportunity to present at its Casual Games Meet-up in London this past Friday. We made many new friends, learned lots of new lessons, and hopefully left a meaningful and memorable impression with our audience.
As our regular followers are likely aware, we are trying to redefine the meaning and experience of gaming on the web. The main purpose of our presentation was to provide our audience with a better understanding of Turbulenz’ value proposition for both consumers and game developers. We also wanted to highlight our view that the browser, driven by continuously evolving HTML5 web standards and increasing global internet penetration rates, will soon become the largest gaming platform accessible by billions of potential consumers across any internet connected device.
£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.