This site is home to the many programs I have made. There are games and applications for Windows, Web Browsers, Cybiko and Amiga! About this site:
If you wish to contact me directly, please use the Personal Message feature on one of the following sites:
If you have any questions about any of these programs on this site, it may worth doing a search of the above forums to make sure that it has not already been answered before posting a message.
Many more pages added, also, applying the image guide below and replacing all the GIF images with PNG's, this site should be faster too!
Two browser games based on the subgames of 'Internet of Evil Things' can be found here
Programming - Speed Up Using Assembly Language
A guide showing how a small amount of Assembly Language in your programs can make a massive difference.
Summary: Assembly can be really useful, though it is probably more useful to find a better algorithm...
Improving Your Website - Images
Guide showing how to improve website performance and save space by using the best image format.
Summary: If you use PNG images, you really should use OptiPNG (or similar) on them...
Internet of Evil Things is my entry to the latest FBGD competition! Click the link for more information and to download the game!
The first version of any game on this site is usually a little rough around the edges, this is to get it quickly uploaded and indexed. The guides on this site show some of the things I try and do to improve them.
Web Games - Sprite Sheets : Covers the advantages of using sprite sheets on the ColourFall game.
Programming - Math Loops : Tips and ideas on optimsing the maths in your program loops.
Swap the blocks to make lines of 3 or more and get the highest score before time runs out in this colourful game! Click here to play!
Light up the 8 letter words by clicking on the buttons! Each button will turn on two lights but if the light is already on, it will be turned off! Click here to play!
Programming guide showing how doing some simple checks on user input can help make your programs more secure. Read it here!
Fly your plane over the mountains and destroy the enemy weapons and buildings! Click here to play!
Browser version of the space shoot-em up! This has features that are not in the Windows version including slightly increased difficulty and an additional bonus item to collect! Click here to play!
Space shoot-em up! Battle against 3 types of enemy ship over 9 stages, collect upgrades and avoiding being destroyed! Find out more here!
Logix is a logic gate simulator that can be used to make simple circuits! Click here to play!
A desktop version of the LMC for Windows that can be programmed using either assembly language or by directly editing the values in the RAM boxes! Find out more here!
The guides section has had a tidy up to make it more consistent with the rest of the site. There is also a new guide, this one is a Websites - Best Practices. It is basically a list of things that annoy me with current websites. If computers and connections are so much faster, why does the internet seem to be getting slower? Hopefully something in the guide will help fix things!
To save reading, here are the summaries of the Programming and Website Best Practice guides:
Programming - Turn on any available warnings / strict modes. Use Pascal.
To view all the guides, click here. I do updates the guides from time to time with new ideas and for grammar...
Stop the invaders from taking the pods in this game! Find out more here!
Simple mono sprite editor which shows the byte value of each row. Find out more here!
This started as prototype for a Spy Hunter web game but evolved into this! Race to the end of each stage avoiding the many obstacles, each stage is randomly generated and the difficulty increases with each stage! Find out more here!