• February 15, 2018By betasquidmag_pcwivg

    The #MTNAppsChallenge v5.0 roadshows are over. The last roadshow was held exactly a week ago, 8th February 2018 at the Mensah Sarbah Hall inside the University of Ghana, Legon campus.  This year’s MTN Apps challenge took a different format. It saw the introduction of panel discussion and a breakout session and the ever present exhibitions

  • February 2, 2018By Kadi

    Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan is possibly Africa’s biggest and most successful video game. I haven’t yet played it, but the many walkthrough videos, stunning visuals and dashing reviews promise a fun and thrilling action role-playing game (RPG) that I can’t wait to try. What draws you into a game better than its story? Err…stories. Right? Kiro’o Games (publishers

  • July 4, 2017By Cassandra Mark

    Following the installment of annual events awarding iconic comic artists in Africa and the diaspora is the new innovation that is the Kugali Magazine. It is a monthly magazine by Kugali Media complete with over 60 pages of exclusive art, interviews and a selection of the best comics from across the continent.  For those who

  • January 17, 2017By Kadi

    What’s up Ghanaian game gbees (lovers) and developers? The 8th Global Game Jam is happening this weekend and you should attend. Global Game Jam Accra 2017 promises lots of thrills. What’s the, hang on, let’s roll with the 3 W’s. 🙂 What’s the Global Game Jam? Good question. Before that, what’s a game jam? I recently found

  • January 10, 2017By betasquidmag_pcwivg

    Are you a keen and critical gamer with an understanding of game design and mechanics, storytelling and the will and ability to work full-time in Nairobi? Then you’re needed at Leti Arts. The team is looking to hire you as their JUNIOR GAMEPLAY IMPLEMENTER. They’re looking for someone special to work with on their biggest release yet; an

  • January 8, 2017By Kadi

    Squid Mag, the home of African comics, games, animation and fresh funky art. 2016 is technically our sophomore year in sharing content around African comics, animation and games although it does feel like freshman year. It was a testing-the-waters kind of phase that we’re thrilled to have experienced. An experience that has us, Squid Mag

  • December 8, 2016By Kevin Sampong

    Superheroes or warriors? Whose job is to save dear Africa in the pages of our comics and in real life? It’s a beautiful day in the park and everything is going just fine. Kids are flying their kites, old buddies laugh as they reminisce the good old days. There’s a teenage couple making out in one corner

  • September 15, 2016By Kadi

    The MTN App Challenge Accra Roadshow starts today at the Mensah Sarbah Hall at the University of Ghana from 10 am and we’re eager to taste what tech enthusiasts and especially animators have been cooking. While tech folk in Accra have had the opportunity to pit their ideas against each other – in an attempt

  • September 14, 2016By Kofi Asare

    It’s no secret navigating Accra can be a chaotic exercise with private cars competing for wiggle room with public mini-buses – popularly known as trotros – that stop seemingly everywhere. This beautiful mess is digitized in Trotro Driver, a mobile game that tries to re-imagine the city’s transport wahala as fun and entertaining. The game

  • September 6, 2016By Kadi

    Kweku Ananse, the beloved character from Ashanti folklore needs your help becoming best friends with Adinkra symbols, folklore, math and his all-time favorite, puzzles. Kweku needs badly to cross over into children’s hands to enrich their lives with his masterful storytelling through a fun and educative mobile game, Ananse’s Well Rescue. For the uninitiated, depending