This is my portfolio. The projects on this page are sorted in descending order by weighted average of release date and impressiveness.
The games created with Unity (most of them) can be played using Unity WebPlayer by clicking the link below the description.
An old-skool TV game that you control with a rotary phone. Created during Assembly Game Jam 2015. In the games you throw various old-skool items and try to keep them in the air by chasing and volleying them for extra speed. All that by dialing numbers on a rotary phone. Because, what's more old-skool than TV games and rotary phones? Pretty much nothing, right? (The controls might be more intuitive on an touch screen device. Download the Android build and try it out.)
A skill-based action game submitted for Assembly Summer 2014 GameDev competition, where it won the third price. Development began exactly one week before the submission deadline with some fixing done in the following couple weeks. I'm really proud of the accomplishment of its creation and the finished game.
A remake of my first published game. This time created with Unity3D instead of XNA to make it available on most modern platforms. That said, I will not be bringing it to the mobile app stores as I want steer clear of the patent trolls.
If you want to build the game from the Unity project files for your own iOS or WP device, please, email me or leave a message with the form on the contact page.
A speed and puzzle game aimed for mobile devices. Still very much work in progress.
An asymmetrical two-player game where one of the players doesn't need to see but listen.
There is also a single-player mode for those who just want to play alone. And no-player mode for those who just want to watch.
Created using Unity for the Global Game Jam 2014.
Help Mrs. Scruffles fetch the mail! Created with Unity for Molyjam 2013 in 48 hours.
A Global Game Jam game with an intestine inspired theme.
A math game created with tablet devices and education in mind as a short project. It saw some further development towards being a commercial product but was ultimately abandoned.
A local multiplayer game where two players compete to stay afloat the longest.
Created with Unity 2D in 10 hours during a single day gamejam.
A quick game project to test out different movement styles for a 2D flying game.
A rogue-like on a space station. Created with Unity during a game development project course.
A simple tech demo created in an afternoon using RagePixel - a free pixelart toolkit for Unity.
A completely procedural walk animation. Every moving joint has a fine-tuned sine function controlling its rotation. Yeah, it's pretty impractical.
An XNA game project conceived, created and published in a single weekend for Global Game Jam 2012.
An inefficient raycaster created with Python 3.2 and PyGame. It took around five hours to get the rendering working. After that roughly a week was spent tweaking the UI. The above picture was rendered in 4 minutes on a modern PC.
A tetris game with smooth touch controls for Windows Phone platform created using XNA. (Removed after seven months and almost 2.500 downloads from WP Marketplace due to Tetris Company's patent claim.)