The ARC Legacy
- Download (EXE installer, 5 MB)
- An RPG set 1500 years after a nuclear apocalypse. A 2-d game in the vein of the old Final
Fantasy series. I was originally developing it in C++ with the Allegro library, but I am currently
with about a half hour's worth of gameplay:
Blorp Zingwag - Elf Detective
- Download (EXE installer, 1.5 MB)
- A short little adventure game with a twisted Christmas theme, using an earlier version of
the engine for The ARC Legacy. Santa's workshop is in chaos following the murder of a prominent
elf laborer, and he has called in the legendary detective Blorp Zingwag to solve the mystery.
Along the way he discovers a terrible secret, one that will disrupt the foundations of Santa's
workshop. The north pole may never be the same again...
The Original ARC Legacy
A long time ago, with the ancient language known as QBASIC, I had created a fairly rough but
complete RPG, which you can try out here:
- Download (ZIP, 382 KB)
- You will need to run DOSBOX
to get it working in modern Windows. Also, I must warn you that the graphics are extremely bad,
and the controls are ridiculously badly designed, but there is a fairly deep plot-driven game
hidden underneath all its flaws :)
- Superluminal (HTML5 Canvas game)
- A frenetic top-down shooter game with randomly-generated waves of enemies of increasing difficulty.
This was basically a test project to familiarize myself with HTML5 Canvas before embarking on the ARC
Legacy engine rewrite, but it is pretty fun and challenging so check it out! Will only work in
Canvas-enabled browsers (basically, the newest version of every browser).
- Superluminal: Warp Two (HTML5 Canvas game)
- The sequel to Superluminal. This time instead of random waves, it's a fully-constructed game with
four levels, unique bosses and an original chiptune soundtrack. Best performance and graphics are in
Google Chrome, but the sound only works properly in Firefox and Opera.
- Circuitz (ZIP, 1.2 MB)
- A simplistic strategy game, in which two players take turns placing wires down on a circuit
board. The player who steers the other into a circuit breaker, or the one to connect to the
chip is the winner. You can play against another player or the computer. Warning: hard difficulty
against the computer is nearly impossible >:D
- GL Landscape Demo (ZIP, 430 KB)
- Not a game exactly, but the result of myself dabbling in the realm of 3-d graphics. It takes
a grayscale image and converts it into a 3-d landscape that you can fly around with the mouse
and keyboard. Seems like it doesn't work right in Vista though :(