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    TinyBlocks

    Here is a download for my TinyBlocks game for Arduboy. It is one of the very few greyscale games for the system as the screen is only capable of showing one colour. The effect is achieved by flickering the screen…

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    VirtualBoy Shader

    I recently tried playing Virtual Boy games using an emulator on my phone so that I could play using a VR headset. I ran into a couple of problems though, the first, was that the latest version of Retroarch available…

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    Noggin! for Pokitto

    Noggin! A unique game where the objective is simply to flip all of the tile over. There is a catch though (isn’t there always?), You can only move the amount of spaces shown on your current tile. Sounds easy, but…

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    Pokitto Spike Dislike

    After a little while trying to get Jayenkai into the Pokitto scene, I decided to ask him if he minded me attempting a Pokitto port of his SpikeDislike game. And, well, he said it was OK, so I did. Here…

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    WIP – Q*bert clone

    I have recently been working on a Q*bert style game, featuring my favourite character ‘Joe’. Joe was (is?) a forum member over at socoder.net, who inspired this character (not created by me) in a small game contest. Anyway, as part…

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    Pokittaire – Solitaire for Pokitto

    This is my first attempt at a solitaire game, I had no idea going into this project how much work was involved or even where to start. I would like to say that I learned a lot during this project,…

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    Sensitive – Arduboy

    OK, I don’t often finish coding games and this is no exception. I have however got it to a point where I’m happy to show off about it. It’s my Arduboy remake (demake?) of my fav. C64 game Sensitive by…

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    I am Sensitive

    Sensitive is my fall back ‘learning to code on a new device’ game. The aim is simple, remove all of the tiles on the screen without leaving the course. Think of it as a sort of invisible maze. You can…

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