The links below are some of the things I've worked on in my professional career. Some of them are reasonably good too! All the links pop up in new browser windows as none of them are hosted on this site.
Race down a road. Smash into the junction and carpark at the end. This 10-second game couldn't be simpler in concept or gameplay, but it's surprisingly addictive for it's one-touch quick replay factor. Just one more go!
Fill the screen with plasma death in this kickass sideways scrolling shoot 'em up. Make sure you collect the gun upgrades of you won't stand a chance. This is traditional action all the way with a rocking soundtrack.
Program your robot to get to the exit by dropping simple commands on the ground for it in this slick puzzle game. Finding the optimal path will lead you to the top of the scoreboard. The code to get into the third set of levels (which are the best) is 3003. Jumping is faster than walking, and yes, that last level is possible. I promise!
Whizz around three addictive airport tracks in electric buggies. The best bit about this game is the fact that the computer AIs drive identical performance cars to you, so its pretty fair. Lose in this and you only have yourself to blame!
Games (less good)
Click the falling parachuter on the main screen to go to the bit I built. It's a simple game of clicking on falling monkeys. The trick? The monkeys fall more and more rapidly leaving you floundering to keep up. Can you find the 1000 point bonus technique for the ultimate scores?
You probably detest the Crazy Frog nearly as much as me, and I expect you hate banner ads even more. But hey, that's no reason why a Crazy Frog banner ad game needs to be rubbish! This is better than you'd expect for the territory, although its a bit unfair at the top as the game is uncompletable. Its an enjoyable leapy game nonetheless, although I understand if you want to steer clear!
Another banner ad game, but not evil like most of them. No unpleasent tricks to cause popups or anything. This shooter is basic, cliche and not exactly deep, but for a day's work turned out pretty playable for a few minutes!
A flawed concept from the start - drive around in the dark, shooting and retrieving 'lunes' (warewolves to anyone other than the book'author). The lighting effects and other design elements make this run poorly on anything less than spectacular machines. Unfortunately the game plays poorly even on spectacular machines. Oh well, you can't be successful all the time.
Turn your sound up and try to solve this creepy puzzler. Figure out the phrase for the fridge by watching the hangman letter on the little note as you arrange the magnets. Hurry, there's a time limit y'know.
Prepare for your UK Driving Theory and Hazard Perception Test with this online course website. All the driving content stuff has been exclusively produced by a qualified advanced instructor. Features include unique Hazard Perception practice software, a theory test practice page with the official DSA questions and specialist video clips that give practical tips on aspects of driving. It's really good stuff!
This is the official website of the beautiful voiced singer Sia. They specified it to look like that. Honest! Ignore the visuals and check out the music though. It's really great stuff (especially Breathe Me).
This one is by a good friend rather than by me. It's a sort of uberguide that aggregates data about towns into one convenient place. Give it a go, you might learn something about where you live, or where you're going. Even better, there's a cute dog on every page!