Game Developers Available For Hire.

Posted by Emma on March 6, 2014

Our Emma clears up exactly what we do here. [Read More]

DIY Digital Marketing

Posted by Emma on July 22, 2013

Emma makes a confession about our digital marketing [Read More]

TIGA Games Industry Awards

Posted by Emma on November 5, 2012

Team Cooper were nominated for 2 TIGA games industry awards. Emma talks about attending the event with Tim. [Read More]

Roll up, roll up for… HOOPLA!

Posted by Emma on September 21, 2012

The game is to accompany Dick and Dom's newest incarnation, HOOPLA! A dark and murky carnival of weird games and mildly terrifying clowns. What's not to love? [Read More]

Games For Change Europe

Posted by Emma on June 22, 2012

I went to speak at Games For Change Europe as part of Futr En Seine. It was a day for game designers, makers, teachers and developers in Europe working in the field of games for social change to come together and share their projects and experiences. [Read More]

Emerge: A Web Heroine Filled Mini Conference

Posted by Emma on January 20, 2012

Our Head Girl, Emma Cooper spent some time this week at a mini conference with a difference. [Read More]

BBC Online Briefing at Media City

Posted by Emma on November 21, 2011

Last week I had the opportunity to visit Media City UK, the new Salford home for six of the ten BBC products. The offices at Media City are shinier than a really shiny thing.  Nearly every static vertical surface is covered in whiteboard material, there are bare concrete pillars and grey felt-covered chairs with brightly coloured furry […] [Read More]

En Garde!

Posted by Emma on June 27, 2011

We were very excited when our clients Beazley asked us to create a game for them to help with their support of British Fencing. We really enjoy working on projects for Beazley as their core audience is usually very competitive. You may have noticed but we love a bit of competition! By shear coincidence, Russell is a […] [Read More]

Cultural Impact

Posted by Emma on May 13, 2011

Last night I spoke at a Culture Club showcase at the brilliant Site Gallery, hosted by The North marketing agency and supported by Sheffield City Council. The theme was impact, they wanted to show how Sheffield’s creative community is having an impact around the world. I’m really aware of all the creative digital work being […] [Read More]

It really is very Interesting (up) North

Posted by Emma on November 26, 2010

(Sub-titled) RULES ARE RULES (Sub-sub-titled) I’m surrounded by Tiny Horses I started writing this blog post a week ago. And, to say I’ve been struggling with it would be an understatement. I think the problem is there are too many thoughts and not enough conclusions. Everything just drifts off in to the dusty recesses of […] [Read More]

Farter Christmas: Origins
Farter Christmas: Origins
Dealing with the DOM in HTML5 Games
Dealing with the HTML5 DOM
Choices
Choices
What’s Your Favourite Game Name?
What’s Your Favourite Game Name?
Who’s The Baddie?
Who’s The Baddie?
Robot Lizard Unclean Canteen
Unclean Canteen
Farter Christmas Winner Announcement
Farter Christmas Winner
REVIEW – Indie Game: The Movie
REVIEW – Indie Game: The Movie
I’m Back!
I’m Back!
New Arrival
New Arrival
Our Grubby New Game for [adult swim]
Our game for [Adult Swim]
p0ng – A Journey Into HTML5
p0ng – A Journey Into HTML5
Rebooting…
Rebooting…
Shpace – An HTML5 Adventure
Shpace – An HTML5 Adventure
Beazley Broker Dash
Beazley Broker Dash
Share Take Care
#ShareTakeCare
Tiny Tumble Bubble Art
Tiny Tumble Bubble Art
Scripting Strange Invasions
Scripting Strange Invasions
The Marathon
The Marathon
We’ve Added More Sick, Snot, Danger and Explosions…
Sick, Snot & Explosions
Too Much Story?
Too Much Story?
Meet Adam
Meet Adam
Roof-Top Rush
Roof-Top Rush
En Garde!
En Garde!
World Gold Council Technology Map
Technology Map
Roll up, roll up for… HOOPLA!
Roll up for Hoopla!
Our Favourite Games From Last Year
Our Favourite Games From Last Year
TIGA Games Industry Awards
TIGA Awards
Meet Our New Angel
Meet Our New Angel
Should you use Flash or HTML5 for your digital marketing?
Should you use Flash or HTML5?