Digital Games

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Initially designed as a physical installation piece using 25 light up RGB arcade buttons, this digital prototype of Sequence explores the limits of instructions in games. Other than the title ‘Sequence’ there is no information or guidance provided to the player for what they should do or what will happen, the game will only respond to the player.



Trace a line through the gems, avoid the black ships.

My Super Mario Bros: World 1-1


A collection of my thoughts and memories on playing and making games, made in Bitsy.


Stitch and Gif


Do some cross-stitch and make a gif to share with anyone.

Hear Hear Tennis


A two player sound based game. Each player uses a wiimote to strike an invisible tennis ball by listening to when it bounces.

Muddled Words


MuddledWords: pop trivia, anagrams & moving tile puzzle in the accidentally niche little game I made.

Saturday Morning TV Fix It Bash

A game about trying to fix your tv in order to watch Saturday morning cartoons. Each fault requires a different action to fix it.

Write Our Own Adventure Game


A game specifically designed for showing in exhibitions. Each player reads the story making choices as they go. Once they reach a page that has not being completed they can continue the story themselves.


A game about sliding coloured triangles in order to form hexagons, allowing you to get more coloured triangles. I this game originally developed with a touch screen device in mind, but have settled on making it available to play in browser through



A small puzzle game about returning order from chaos.

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A local-multiplayer (up to 4) where each player takes control of a kite and attempts to cut off the tails of the other players’ kites



A game about stargazing and searching for lost fox cubs. Made for JamGame – The Backwards Game Jam.

King’s Conway’s Game of Life Game


I have always found Conway’s Game of Life interesting, but I felt that it needed more game.  This was a quick prototype of the idea I had to make that change, which I made in Processing. Control a glider and destroy other classic forms from Conway’s Game of Life.

Energy Beam Duel

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A game for two players inspired by Dragon Ball Z. I never got chance to play this with anyone else, so whether it actually works as a two player or not is still questionable.