It’s that time of year again. The nights are longer, darker and colder as winter kicks into full gear and Christmas approaches. As a thank you and a means to encourage some festive creativity, we are holding a Christmas Art… Read more »
This year Newcastle once again played host to VRTGO. VRTGO is a Virtual Reality conference organised by the wonderful team over at Secret Sauce. The event is a great place for VR enthusiasts and professionals to come together to enjoy… Read more »
Last month a few of the Coatsink team flew out to the USA to attend Oculus Connect 2. Project Manager Eddie shares his experience of the event, from inspirational key notes to chocolate covered bacon.
Game Bridge is back, with the second annual START NE/W GAME event[link]. An excellent line-up of studios will bringing along demos of their games. It’s a great opportunity to network and grab a few (or many) drinks and play some games with like minded folk.
As you may have already heard, we are currently developing Esper 2, a sequel to Esper.
We want to go into a little more detail about what you can expect from Esper 2, so we’ve put together this Q and A with Paul, game design lead for both Esper and Esper 2.
Have a read to find out more about the game and discover a secret or two!
Last week was jam packed with exciting news and happenings for us here at Coatsink. We’ve put together this nifty post to pull everything together in a neat little package, so you can check out what we have been up to at a glance.
We’re really excited to announce that we are going to be joining forces with the talented developers over at Boneloaf to bring Gang Beasts to Virtual Reality on the Oculus Rift! We’ve long been fans of Gang Beasts, and great… Read more »
Today we are delighted to reveal our latest title, Esper 2, at Oculus Connect 2. Esper 2 is something we have we’ve been quietly chipping away at for the past 8 months. It is a direct sequel to Esper, and will… Read more »
We have some new job vacancies available! We’re looking for 3 programmers and 3 artists. While these roles are 3-8 month contracts, there is a good chance of them becoming permanent (or, at the very least, extended). Ideal candidates for… Read more »