Our members

Our members make us what we are. 

We represent over 450 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?

The Secret Police

The Secret Police is a mobile game studio, based in London, UK. Although we're a new team, we're backed by some of the biggest names in the games industry.

We're building a team of talented, experienced artists, programmers and designers, to create great games we think players around the world will love.

We're always interested to meet like-minded people who might want to join our team so, if you're a talented game developer looking for a new challenge, please take a look at our Jobs section.

The Tall Trees

We're making games with heart in 'em. Games that tell stories in interesting ways, that make players think, and that remain in their heads when they've finished playing.

Narrative is very important to us, whether told through dialogue, or the environment, or left largely open to you. We want to create games that conjure the feeling of textures: warm sand betwen toes. Snow underneath boots. Grass and corn and wood and metal and wind.

The Tiniest Shark

The Tiniest Shark is an indie games development microstudio based in the UK. In fact, it's so very micro that it is currently a one-woman company. That one woman is Mitu Khandaker-Kokoris, whose ramblings you can read on her blog.

The Tiniest Shark was responsible for the development of Redshirt, a satirical sci-fi social networking simulation game, released in November 2013, and available on PC, Mac, and Linux, and published by Positech Games.

The company is currently in the preliminary stages of a new, unannounced game project.

Third Kind Games

Third Kind Games are a video games developer based in Leamington Spa, founded by a talented team of industry professionals with an impressive track record of developing critically acclaimed AAA games, for the likes of Activision, Sony, Nintendo, Codemasters, Crytek, and many more for well over a decade.
 
At Third Kind Games, our passion is to create the experiences that will delight and excite players by delivering unique game worlds using leading-edge technology and supporting our esteemed development partners to realise their vision.

Three Knots

Three Knots is a games studio founded on a shared appreciation of interactivity, discovery and beauty. We believe in working with people from diverse fields to push the boundaries of what games can achieve and aim to tell stories that look at the way we and our world are changing today.

thumbfood Ltd.

Independent game production company looking for developers to work
with. We help you get your games funded and/or hire you to make games
for us. We recently released ‘Wordhunters’ for PlayStation4 PlayLink
which was co-funded by Sony. We work on any game on any format.
thumbfood is founded and run by Simon Smith, a producer and game
director with 19 years experience in the games industry at Codemasters,
Blitz Games, Sony, and Reloaded Games.
Simon also runs Gameopolis - the networking group for game developers

To Play For

To Play For is a new team with a passion for combining storytelling and technology.

We create games, interactive stories and simulations using artificial intelligence.

We are currently looking for storytellers and like-minded people who are keen to experiment with interactive fiction, and play with the technology that we are building. 

If all this sounds interesting, do get in touch!

Tower Studios

Tower is owned and operated by Jon Hare, previously of Sensible Software. Hare has a strong games pedigree with 10 titles that have reached #1 over the last 25 years. Since last year, the company has been working quietly behind the scenes to secure deals with a number of license holders and game development companies. Tower is actively looking for quality licenses and additional studios to develop titles for the company. 

TS Information Technology

TS Information Technology Ltd (TSIT) began operations in the field of e-commerce and game development in 2010.

The company is involved in game development, mobile app development and game publishing.

The company has created the online games kingsera.com and tadland.com as well as mobile games for iOS and android systems as seen above.

TSIT has successfully translated and published games in English, German, Italian, Russian, Turkish, Arabic and Persian. 

TT Games

TT Games was established in 2005 with the merger of games publisher Giant Interactive and the developer Traveller's Tales. The group has since grown to include the games development studio TT Fusion and TV production company TT Animation.

TT Games was acquired by Warner Bros. in 2007. The company is proud to continue its mission to be the leading publisher of interactive entertainment for young gamers and their families as part of Time Warner Inc, and to develop exciting new content for children with TT Animation.

ustwo games

We’re a mobile games studio that loves to make interactive entertainment which challenges the medium, with a strong focus on user experience and elegance in presentation. From our BAFTA award-winning hit Monument Valley, to innovative virtual reality experience Land’s End, our dedication to craft and platform specific design shows in every product we create.

Viewpoint Games

 
Viewpoint Games is a videogames developer based in Leamington Spa, UK,

Viewpoint Games was founded in 2014 and has established itself as a major player in the Virtual Reality gaming sector.

Prior to forming the studio its co-founders Neil Campbell and Neil Wigfield have amassed a wealth of experience working on console, PC and mobile games spanning two decades. 

​Viewpoint Games is now expanding into the non VR sectors by developing games with new and original IP across all major platforms.

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