Based on the family favorite card game Uno (rules). Yksi is a browser-based, online multiplayer card game that allows for 2-8 players to fling cards at opponents and destroy friendships, co-created with Ian Jones for Ludum Dare #40. Like Uno, you can play a card each turn that matches the numeric value or color of the last played card, with the goal to discard all your cards. Action cards, such as reverse, skip, wild, and +2/+3/+4 also exist. Pronounced "ook-see".
Time travel is a mind boggling concept, and has rules of its own. Alter timelines, and it's easy to create a paradox. Guide your robot across Easter Island, and travel between 5 second intervals to make your way across the obstacles that lay before you. Just remember - if you interact with something in the future, you better not change it in the past!
Use your space ship's mighty space gun to blast away incoming asteroids, and evil aliens! But be careful! You do not want to shoot the happy Stardust that wants to come land on your planet! The Stardust makes your population GROW! Pull the Stardust in as fast as possible and get the high score!
In Synchrobeatings, you play the frustrated conductor of an ensemble. It's concert night, and your band No Sync is playing horrifically out of sync. When waving your conductor's stick around doesn't work to get the band in sync, you turn to violence!
A game that turned into more of a visual experience than an actual game. Created for Ludum Dare 31, with Cameron Erickson and Mike LeRoy, each contributing so much, with Cameron making the game visually beautiful, and Mike complementing the visuals with ear candy.
A game made for 7DFPS 2013. YouTube is littered with people commenting "FIRST!", so obliterate them in the fast paced shooter "FIRST! Person Shooter." Sort through comments on a quest to cleanse YouTube, while trying not to delete useful comments. Graphics by your\'s truly, music by Kevin MacLeod used under a Creative Commons License.
R.G.B., which can either stand for "Really Great Button" or "Red, Green, Blue", is a game in which you use a filter to refract light to manipulate colored objects within the world, discovering how colors interact and using these discoveries to aid the character on their quest to the end.
Released March 6th, 2013, to celebrate five full years of game development, Tincan HD is a remake of the original game in C++ using the Allegro library, as well as a custom engine I built myself for the language.
A difficult platformer revolving around the blue box named "Tincan". Navigate Tincan through 7 stages, each one becoming more impossible than the last. With the aid of spring boards and TNT, Tincan must now also avoid moving spikes and lasers. Tincan 2 features exciting music by Zack Harmon and graphics by Noel Berry.