Welcome to my portfolio! It is here that you will a list of all of my games. Some of them are even playable from the website! Like everything on this site, this is currently a work in progress.
Note: The different sections are in reverse chronological order while the games listed under the sections are in chronological order.
Key: site: hosted on this website, alkterios: leads to game page on the Alkterios Games site, gj: hosted on gamejolt, ggj: Global Game Jam page, gp: hosted on Google Play, ld: Ludum Dare entry page, pm: postmortem, these are hosted on the blog portion of the site, exe: executable file, rpgm: hosted on RPG Maker Contest website, video: links to a relevant YouTube video.
This is the game I made for the GameJolt GDC Game 2016.
This is the game I made for Global Game Jam 2016.
Following is a list of games that I made for Alkterios Games, my indie game development studio. They are ordered by release date. The links lead to the appropriate page on the Alkterios Games website. Due to the use of copyrighted code from Nintendo, I am unable to provide game files. However, videos will be provided and download codes for North American Wii U consoles will be sent to relevant parties. Post-mortems will soon follow.
* This version of Hold Your Fire is a remake of the RPGMaker Indie Game Maker Contest 2014 and is a different game.
Following is a list of games that I made for 90DayDev game jam (and other game jams if I could double dip). All of the games are available for play. Post-mortems will be placed in groups of five (five games in a row equals a "week").
Post Mortem for Set "Zero"
Post Mortem for Set One
Post Mortem for Set Two
This is the game that I made for the Ludum Dare 2014 jam.
This is the game that I made for the 2014 RPGMaker Indie Game Maker contest.
* This version of Hold Your Fire is the original and is a different game from the Wii U remake.
Following is a list of games that I made alone or in a team during my years at Miami University (I never did actual development until my last two years). All of the games will be addressed in a single document of mini-postmortems.