Funded Projects

A selection of the funded projects we've supported since our launch in 2015.

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Since launching in 2015 we have run 6 rounds of funding of up to £25,000. To date we’ve received almost 1,000 applications from the length and breadth of the UK.

Each round of funding has been iterative based on the learning from the previous round. Initially offering direct grants of up to £25,000 to SMEs, we’ve since tailored our offering to suit those companies that need and can facilitate such direct funding support but also help those companies, of which there are many, that need more support in refining not only their creative projects but so too their business skills.

Each and every company that has been selected for support from UKGF has been awarded it based on merit. We take no ownership of IP, no equity or have any subjective views on creative concepts.

Some of the funded companies we’ve supported have provided project details to be included here.

Tranzfuser, our innovative annual talent development competition, has produced several
winning teams that have gone on to join our portfolio of funded projects.

Find out more about Tranzfuser.

Futurlab

This unannounced project is a radical departure from our previous games, whilst still retaining the studio’s core design principles. Featuring a ground-breaking control scheme married with cutting edge technology, players will get to exercise power…

Onar

Onar is a single player scifi narrative driven RPG created by Belfast based independent video game developer Rewind play games. Onar  details the journey of a father and his young son over a period of several months,…

SwapBots

SwapBots bridges the gap between physical and digital play by using an ordinary smartphone or tablet to bring the accompanying toys to life using augmented reality. This application of accessible yet sophisticated mobile augmented reality…

Yakuto

Darts of Fury is a multiplayer darts game focused on competitive social gameplay, drama and high-impact visual scoring. It will leave behind the stereotypes of the sport and introduce the game to a new and…

Pool Panic

Rekim’s latest game is, quite frankly, the least realistic pool simulation ever made. For this is a ridiculous cartoon world of walking, talking (well, sometimes screaming) pool balls, that gets weirder and weirder the deeper…
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