Here is a list of games and other projects that I’ve worked on (newest first):
- Pocket Patch – A tamagotchi-style toy app starring yours truly. Made with Construct 2.
- The Injection – A short hypertext story created with Twine.
- Not Alone – A horror game made for the Global Game Jam (2013). Theme is heartbeat. You’re trapped in a mansion and need to make your way out before the monster finds you! Your heartbeat will illuminate the room. Made with Game Salad. Available for iOS here.
- The Movers and Shakers – A two-player tablet-based game designed to encourage meaningful conflict between players while tackling issues of office environments and management dynamics. Made in Summer 2012 at the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab using the Unity3D engine.
- Cammie Chameleon – An educational puzzle game about light and additive color theory. Made in Unity3D.
- Ash Tree Lane – A procedurally generated Interactive Fiction about a mysterious house, based on House of Leaves. A project for “Transmedia Storytelling”. Written in Python.
- Robotany – A garden-building sandbox game about AI research. Made in Summer 2011 at the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab using the Unity3D engine.
- Look, Take, Draw! – An Interactive Fiction about gunslingers and Mexican Standoffs. A project for “Creating Videogames”. Written in Inform7.
- The Page Turner – A top-down shooter with a time manipulation mechanic. Project for “Creating Videogames”. Written in Python.
- Memoir – A game about photographs and memories, my final project for “Writing for Videogames”. This story inspired the story for “Grandma’s Photo”. (Long loading time)
- Orb Catcher – My first game, very simple, written in Actionscript.
- Crochet Sphere Pattern Generator - A program written in Python to generate crochet patterns to make perfect spheres.
- Mark - A gamer profile for a class on educational games. Short vignettes on a gamer’s favorite games.
- Quine - A program that outputs its own source code. Written in Inform7.
- Grandma’s Photo - A story about memories written for Jason Rohrer’s “Amazing Story Contest” to promote his game Sleep Is Death. This story is one of the winners of the contest, and can be seen on the official Sleep Is Death webpage.