This game was made during the Global Game Jam 2015 in Toronto with Jord Farrell and Marishka Zachariah. As it was done for the Global Game Jam 2015, it was completed over a weekend of coding, art making and jamming.
In this game you play a character who has multiple gods vying for your devotion and attention. It is up to the player to choose which to follow and worship.
Play it online HERE
255 Shades of Grey was a quick project I made after hearing about 50 Shades of Grey. I wanted to have fun with the title of it. I wanted to originally print off each of the 255 shades and place them over a wall showing the change in colour and how minute the difference is between each shade. I might end up doing that soon however.
If you want to see the animation or code, please go HERE
Dogs of War is a collectible card game I’m currently working on. It’s still in it’s early stages but I hope to get it going soon so that I can play-test it and develop it further.
The overview of it is that each player has three heroes which battle the opponent’s heroes for victory. Actions and equipment are used to augment the play to create dynamic combinations and strategies.
Some sample artwork is below. Please do not use without my permission.
Loneliness was created when I was feeling melancholic and distanced from people. I felt lonely and alone and thought creating a game to express myself might help.
I had originally started the game as a search for collecting friends but they would constantly disappear. When they were all gone, the game would end.
This was the original character design:
However, I changed the goal and made it a game where you tried to escape from being lonely and alone. Neither game had a win state as I felt nihilistic and wanted people to experience the helplessness I felt.
The newer character design:
How to Play: Arrows = Movement
Both are PC only.
Loneliness (Game): Download Here
Loneliness (Assets): Download Here
Alone (Old version): Download Here
Sketchbook Tag is an on-going art project.
The purpose of the project is to bring artists together and share what is important to those people. By playing a game of tag with a moving sketchbook, artists add an image in any medium they please to the book. The only stipulation is that the image must mean something personal to the artists.
It was created for two reasons: one, most artists don’t like showing their work to others so this way they can make something and pass it off; and two, to bring people who aren’t normally considered artists into the creative fold. The purpose of the project is not to have amazing artwork but rather personal artwork.
Once an artist finishes their work, they give it to another person of their choice. People can even create their own sketchbooks if they’d like by emailing the email below and receiving a number for recording. More information can be found at the Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook pages.
Tumblr / Twitter / Facebook
This was done as a gift for three of my friends for Christmas 2013. I, however, got very sidetracked and did not complete it until the summer of 2014. I showed them the gift at our yearly cottage trip and while there were a lot of bugs it was well received.
I had started this game using GameMaker before I learned Unity so I think that attributed to a lot of the bugs but it was also a good refresher on how to use the program.
As I was side-tracked a lot, I ran out of time to finish my original vision, therefore I had to reuse sprites and rush things. All in all, I would not make a game for friends for Christmas again.
I wanted to make each level unique to the person it was to represent (minus myself) and they are as follows:
Steve: Platformer where you have to use a compass to find the item in the level.
Adam: Sneak and infiltrate your way through the lasers to unlock the doors.
Corey (me): The game creator and only appears in the intro/outro.
How to Play:
All: Arrows = move/jump
Steve: no other controls
Adam: Space = move slower, C = push button
Greg: Q = hold to aim up, C = shoot
PC only: Download Here
You must save the world like many before you….but perhaps this time, it’s not the best idea!
End Game+ was made for TOJam 9 with the theme of “After YOU!”.
When I heard the theme, I wanted to do a different take on the classic RPG trope of you vs. evil. I thought, what if after killing the end boss, everything went to hell? I think in classic RPGs the reliance on a good vs. evil dynamic is tantamount and so I didn’t feel like sticking to that dynamic so closely. I tried to keep it light however and I hope people who play it enjoy the experience.
Since I made the game by myself (minus the sound and a bit of programming work), I was heavily strapped for time during the whole jam and therefore couldn’t bring the final project as far as I had hoped. However, I focused on making the main idea come through and while it might not be completely transparent due to the lack of story arc, I think it still works well.
I have a usb classic Nintendo controller so I mapped the controls to it for another layer of presentation, however, if you don’t want to deal with that the controls are listed with the download information.
Programming help: Jord Farrell
Sound: Lucas Branco
How to Play: Arrow keys = move, Space = jump/select
PC Only: Download Here