Coming up: Games and Programming

Written on December 15, 2011, 2:47 PM - Add a comment

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This week, I have been going through my past (university) projects related to games and programming. I have now made a selection, which means that two sections of this website will soon receive more content!

The Games and Programming pages will work a bit like the art gallery I recently added. They currently show previews of the projects I have selected. Eventually, each preview will link to a separate page with some more details. These pages are not blog articles-- although I may decide to write more about the related techniques in my blog after all. Who knows what'll happen?

Programming Projects

For my BSc and MSc courses, I have often worked with object-oriented programming languages such as Java and C++. Next to this, I have worked on web-based projects (PHP, JavaScript and CSS). Ten of these projects will soon be described on the Programming page. I'm confident that they will give a good overview of my experience!

Game Projects

From the past six years, four game-related projects are definitely worth noting. Their titles are shown below. More information, including screenshots and perhaps even moving footage, will soon appear on the Games page.

  • Dungeon Escape (Platformer, 2005)
  • Treasure of Triangle Island (Board Game, 2007)
  • The Cards of Circus Phlavio (RPG/Platformer, 2008)
  • Dragon Slayer, Chapter I: Quest for the Burger (Text Adventure, 2010)

I sincerely hope that this list will continue to grow in the near future, thanks to personal spare-time work. For now, these education-driven projects will illustrate my experience and interests. :)

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