Our members

Our members make us what we are. 

We represent more than 350 games businesses, from large format holders such as Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo and all the biggest global games publishers to promising small start-ups, rising stars and established bigger studios creating some of the best games in the world.

If you’re a businesses that makes or sells games in the UK or provides services or support to the UK games industry you can be part of the network. 

Why join Ukie?

We Heart Dragons

We Heart Dragons is the award winning * micro indie games studio of Alex Trowers and Leanne Bayley.  Alex and Leanne started making games together in 2013, they chose the name We Heart Dragons after using it as their team name for the Global Game Jam that year.

West College Scotland

West College Scotland is modern, ambitious and innovative.

Created on 1 August 2013 by the merger of Clydebank College, Reid Kerr College in Paisley and James Watt College in Greenock, the College has 30,000 students and 1,200 staff, making it one of the biggest educational institutions in the country.

This large scale allows us to provide greater choice to students, better facilities and enhanced services.

Wibbu

Wibbu is an educational video-game studio based in London, UK. We are a group of linguists, language teachers, and game developers with the goal of modernising foreign-language learning.

After ranking at #1 in the App Store Education category in 20 countries around the world, our aim is to continue to innovate and to bring new, exciting products to the market.

We love to learn. We love to play. We love to teach.

Wired Productions

Established in 2008, Wired Productions is an independent video game production and publishing house based in Watford, Hertfordshire, UK. Wired incorporates various traditional publishing functions alongside development, and is the team behind the hugely successful ‘We Sing’ franchise on Nintendo Wii, as well as having launched numerous successful digital products for market-leading brands, including OK! Magazine, the Daily Express and Mail on Sunday.

Wired Sussex

2557 companies and freelancers are Wired Sussex Members and we work with them to support the development of a successful regional digital cluster. Based in Brighton, we deliver a wide range of services, initiatives and networks designed to assist our Members both individually and collectively.

Women in Games

Women In Games works to recruit, retain and support the progression of women in the games industry by positively and actively promoting  female role models and giving encouragement and information to those women seeking to work in games.

Women in Games was incorporated as a “not for profit” or Community Interest Company under the UK’s Companies Act 2006 on 2 June 2011.

Xiotex Studios

Byron Atkinson Jones started Xiotex Studios in 2007 and has worked for Lionhead Studios, EA Canada, Sega Sports Interactive, Introversion, PomPom, Kuju Entertainent, Rebellion, Attractive Games, Stainless games, Mediatonic and Future Games of London.

He has worked on a lot of games - Football Manager, Mutant Storm Empire, Darwinia+, Multiwinia, NHL 2005, Hungry Shark Evolution and Robot Unicorn Evolution to name just a few. 

YoYo Games

YoYo Games is the home of the world’s most widely used Games dedicated IDE, GameMaker. In May 2012 they will launch GameMaker Studio which supports FAST (25% of the time taken in high level languages) Cross Platform (IOS, Android, HTML5, Windows and Mac) 2d/2.5D Game Development using a combination of Drag and Drop and in-built scripting language.
 

Zenimax Europe Ltd / Bethesda Softworks Europe

Headquartered just north of Washington, D.C., with offices in Europe and Asia, ZeniMax Media is a unique media organization which has brought together a powerful creative force of world-class game developers, artists and designers, programmers, and leading executives and talent from traditional media. ZeniMax creates and publishes original interactive entertainment content for consoles, the PC, and handheld/wireless devices.

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