My Portfolio

These are the games I've worked on at PikPok and Sidhe Interactive.

Doomsday Clicker

iOS and Google Play, 2016

Breakneck

iOS and tvOS, 2015

Monsters Ate My Metropolis

iOS and Google Play, 2015

Flick Kick Football Legends

iOS, Google Play and Amazon, 2013

Robot Unicorn Attack 2

iOS and Google Play, 2013

DreamWorks Rise of the Guardians: Dash n Drop

iOS and Google Play, 2012

Extinction Squad

iOS, 2012

Zen Puzzle Garden

iPad, 2011

Flick Kick Football

iOS, Google Play and Amazon, 2010

Bird Strike

iOS, 2010

Flick Kick Field Goal

iOS, Google Play and Amazon, 2010

Flick Kick Rugby

iOS, Google Play and Amazon, 2010

Shatter

Steam and PlayStation 3, 2009

Hot Wheels Battle Force 5

Nintendo Wii, 2009

Rugby League 3

Nintendo Wii, 2009

Rugby League 2: World Cup Edition

PlayStation 2, 2008

Things of Yesteryear

Teenage Me would spend some of his spare time making websites, web applications, a few games and some useful tools that I thought I'd share with the world.

Games

  • Ikaruga (Requires Java)
    A simple implementation of the GameCube game that I used for my application to Sidhe. Change the colour of your craft to absorb missiles and shoot down enemies.
  • Amnesia Attack
    Name all the items in a specific category before time runs out!

Tools

  • Sudoku Solver (Requires .NET Framework)
    A traditional Sudoku solver. Works for all puzzle difficulties! Just type in the numbers and click 'Solve' to solve. You can now save/load board states: board states are stored as .tsv (Tab Separated Values).
  • Encoder/Decoder
    A simple tool that lets you encode/decode things: MD5, Base64, URL Encoding, ASCII...
  • XLS/TSV to SQL
    Formats a spreadsheet (tab separated values) into SQL queries

Websites

  • NZoom Web Challenge 2002
    In 2002, two high school friends and I entered the NZoom Web Challenge with a site about DNA. It actually looks really nice, and I'm quite proud of what we did. It earned us second place and a free Macromedia package.
  • NZoom Web Challenge 2003
    In 2003, another two high school friends and I entered the NZoom Web Challenge again with a website on organic chemistry. Once again, we did a pretty good job with it - this is the only website I've done that uses ASP. The quiz took ages to script. Our hard work earned us third place, and a cool optical mouse that I am still using today.
  • Psypoke
    My Pokémon website, which I worked on during my high school and university years. I help out as much as I can these days, but don't have much time or motivation to continue updating as much as I used to. It's one of my proudest achievements.
  • Final Fantasy Visions
    In one of Psypoke's reincarnations, we made it into an "everything" site, and one of the subsites was a Final Fantasy section. I've redone the template, but the information is mostly still there.
  • Fountain of Dreams
    Another one of Psypoke's subsites was a Super Smash Bros section. It's long since gone since we didn't have enough people working on it, but I decided one day to randomly make a template for it.