Originally designed in an attempt to replace the current Ludum Dare logo, the T3 joystick is a functional retro-style joystick made with Sanwa Arcade parts and a 3D printed shell. The latest incarnation of the design is roughly 10% smaller, and is shown in the render on the left.
Built a piece of hardware that monitors the mouisture level of the plants in my garden. Made using a low-power small Arduino clone, on a custom board.
Unfortunately the probes eventually corroded became unusable, but it was neat while it lasted.
TODO. Shelved as I switched my focus to Ludum Dare.
A commercial remake of PuffBOMB. Originally in development for Xbox 360, due to a variety of reasons the project was cancelled, shelved, and never released.
Early prototype of an original physics-based platform. Featured a custom soft-body physics engine.
Originally created for 72 Hour GDC in 2004.