I make programs, games, and all sorts of computer experiments. Some of these I put on Github so other people can see them, use them, and experiment with them.
That being said, some of the projects available here are purely experimental and may never be finished.
The following projects either have a webpage or a live demo. Click on the links to check them out!
These are projects that I still actively develop and support.
a python GUI that uses ffmpeg's gdigrab feature to record the screen in Windows
an Android and Samsung smartwatch game with over 9,000 downloads worldwide.
A fan game made for fun and experience. Created to guide the development of both the Motobug Engine and the Motobug Studio level designer.
These are past projects that I am either no longer involved with, or have no further plans to develop.
an html5 game that works on mobile devices. The prototype for the full game I released on Google Play.
a basic mobile web game that uses HTML DOM rather than the canvas
A simple text editing program with features like syntax highlighting and line numbering
A(n) (extremely experimental) web browser built in Python using the Tk text widget. More of a coding experiment rather than a fully functional browser.
An attempt to recreate something resembling Google Maps with OpenStreetMap. Currently only supports basic location searching and geolocation.