5 Pitfalls of Indie Game Development

When making your own game, it can be easy to get caught up in the excitement – after all there are so many things to consider. What type of game

Should we accept games being released unfinished?

  24.09.2018   gameshubadmin   Article   No comments

In a fast-paced industry, it’s easy for games to get left behind. It seems every month new, big, triple a titles are launching. Take the end of the year in

How has monetisation affected gaming?

  25.07.2018   gameshubadmin   Article   No comments

Monetisation in gaming is becoming more frequent as game development companies look for new ways to recoup their expenses. In fact, it’s hard to think of a game that doesn’t

Missing E3 2018 already?

  24.06.2018   gameshubadmin   News   No comments

After our earlier piece about the games you might have missed, we thought we’d take a look at some of the other games now the dust has settled.  E3 2018

E3 2018 – The games you might have missed!

  18.06.2018   gameshubadmin   News   No comments

Gaming’s biggest event has finished for another year. E3 2018 was full of hits and misses, though nothing too unexpected was announced. So, we've compiled some of the smaller games you

How to write an amazing indie gamedev blog

There's no doubt that a gamedev blog can be really useful in spreading the word about your indie game. Blogs can bring more traffic directly to your website. They're good

Four things you can do to market your game before you’ve even built it

The one thing you'll read everywhere when it comes to marketing your indie game: you need to start marketing your game as early as you possibly can. You might just

Nysko Games: One Year Ago

  22.03.2018   gameshubadmin   Teams   No comments

This week, Nysko Games wrote a blog post for us looking back at where they were a year ago...Every now and then I think it’s a good idea to sit

Spotlight: Lost Words

  9.03.2018   gameshubadmin   News, Teams   No comments

Over the next few weeks we're going to be catching up with some of the current teams at The Games Hub and sharing a bit about what they're working on

Win £25k to develop and publish your video game

  2.03.2018   gameshubadmin   News   No comments

You might have seen our previous blog post announcing that we have been named as one of the Tranzfuser 2018 local hubs (hurray!). Tranzfuser offers the opportunity for recent graduates to