Autism-friend PS VR2 game BLINNK and the Vacuum of Space has won the Pure Quality award at the Scottish Games Awards. The Scottish Games Awards is part of Scottish Games Week which ran from October 30th to November 3rd. The awards ceremony was held last night at Platform in Glasgow.
The awards categories included several Scottish-made games you can play on PlayStation, including the rather excellent BLINNK and the Vacuum of Space.
BLINNK and the Vacuum of Space was developed by Glasgow-based Changingday. Although it was primarily developed to be Autism-friendly as well as accessible to all, it is actually a terrific PS VR2 game that you should absolutely try.
Check out my review of BLINNK and the Vacuum of Space.
Congratulations to Changingday for winning the Pure Quality award at the Scottish Games Awards. It is a well-deserved win for an absolutely cracking PS VR2 game.
Other Scottish-made games available on PlayStation that won awards are:
- Skye Tales (PS4) by Puny Astronaut in the Art and Animation and the Spirit of Scotland categories.
- Agatha Christie: Hercule Poirot – The London Case (PS5/PS4) by Blazing Griffin in the Best Large-Budget Game category
- Viewfinder (PS5) in the Technical Achievement category.