After a successful VR GameJam back in September, we decided to experiment some more with the technology and have since been working on our first VR prototype. It's been an amazing learning experience as we've realised how far VR really could move the goalposts in the world of game development.
We've been filling up on shortbread at Tag Towers today as, like the rest of Scotland, we celebrate St. Andrews Day 2016.
Us Scots have a fantastic and ever-growing game development scene especially in our hometown of Dundee, but we couldn't help but think that Scottish characters are a little under-represented in games themselves. That in mind, we trawled the depths to find three of the best (maybe worst in some cases) so you don't have to.
So, let's raise a glass of Irn-Bru to this little lot...
At Tag Games we are always looking to invest in our people and our business practices so we were delighted to make our Scottish Business Pledge earlier this month.
The Scottish Business Pledge is a government-led initiative that aims to make Scotland a wealthier and more forward-looking nation. It does this by setting guidelines to boost productivity, competitiveness, sustainability and workforce engagement in businesses all over Scotland.
A great year for Tag Games has just got even better as we scooped the "Digital Business of the Year" gong at the 2016 Courier Business Awards!
Celebrating innovation and success in business throughout the Tayside and Fife region, this year's Courier Business Awards saw over 700 attendees descend on Dundee's Apex Hotel for the event.
It's become a bit of a tradition to push the boat out at Halloween in Tag Towers and 2016 proved no exception. Amongst others, we saw pirates, ghosts and a gruesome re-enactment of last week's stomach churning episode of The Walking Dead. Here's a few more highlights.....