“It’s brilliant, because as a musician I see an enormous amount of groundbreaking work and exciting potential in the world of interactive audio and music in games. As a musician friend of mine once pointed out to me, in many ways the most innovative things happening right now in the music world are not happening in music at all, but in music software.”
“Our philosophical interest is really on interaction and interface, particularly with music. This can mean interaction between a player and a game, or a performer and an audience, or any number of other dynamics. Ultimately we want to deepen understanding and engagement, leading to knowledge and fun. That’s a pretty great reason to make games.”
Lucky Frame is an Edinburgh-based creative studio that makes games, software, performance systems, and interfaces that find new ways to interact with audiences – encouraging creativity, innovation, and fun.