Here’s a collection of small games I’ve made, just for fun. They’re all free to download – I hope you’ll enjoy them.
I fondly recall the old Game&Watch handhelds, with their simple and fun gameplay. One of my favourites was the parachute game, so I decided to do a remake of it with more high-resolution graphics – and it was good fun to make!
Back when I had a Commodore 64, I started working on several text-adventure games, but I never managed to get very far on any of them. So just a while back, I made this C64 style game for Windows. It was a blast making it, and though it is quite small, I still like it
I quite enjoy playing a rythm/music game once in a while, and I thought it would be fun to make one myself. I had this idea of bouncing a car to the music, and thought it would be fun to make it in a cute toon style. There’s five songs to play, all by nerdcore legends ytcracker and MC Plus+.
The Amazing Adventures of Kassandra
One of the most intense learning experiences I know when it comes to game-making is to participate in one of those competitions where you make a game in 48 hours (or sometimes even less). I made this RPG (well, the humble beginnings of one, anyway) for one such compo – and it was great fun.
Baby Viking and the Alien Invasion
I made this wacky platform game in only a couple of days, as an entry for a competition. The theme was "vikings and the future", so I just took it from there, ending up with this save-the-cows-and-the-crops-from-the-aliens game…