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This game could save your life one day: Genes in Space vs Cancer

Play to Cure: Genes in Space takes the long process of analysing genetic data linked to cancer growth and turns it into a game. Dave Cook speaks with developer Guerilla Tea to better understand how this sci-fi title could very well save your life one day.

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  • The Quest blends Rubik's cubes and a mission from god, out now on iOS & Android

    The Quest is getting a second anniversary re-release from developer Guerilla Tea, the same team behind cancer research space sim Genes in Space. It sees a knight called Steve navigating across Rubik’s cube worlds to find god’s favourite tea mug. It’s the holy grail, basically.

  • The Quest Anniversary is a remastered version of the original, out soon for free

    The Quest, a Rubik‚Äôs cube inspired puzzler which was originally released in 2012, is being remastered by its developer Guerilla Tea. The remaster in to help celebrate the puzzler’s second anniversary, and the free update will include extra content and a “full re-skin,” according to chief design officer Charlie Czerkawski. The Quest Anniversary is current […]

  • VG247 Scotland issue #2: Educating Scotland

    VG247 Scotland continues with a look at the nation’s game development courses, the wealth of careers to be found within the industry, and all your regular news and updates from across the country.

  • VG247 Scotland issue #0: why Scotland is more than GTA 5

    VG247 Scotland is the new regular column that looks at pressing matters, new games and the studios making waves across the Scottish industry. In this pilot, Dave Cook looks at the GTA effect.