This is not a portfolio.
This is a website! An ugly website! This is my ugly website! Ugly as it may be, interesting things are found here.
Some of the stuff I've made is here, some is in different sections, some might be offline entirely.
A slight bit about what this place is, who made it, and why.
I made this open-source, encrypted hardware password manager, it's pretty neat. Have a look if you care the least about security and convenience.
Pretty difficult puzzle game inspired by the classic Puzznic, with in-game level editor, available for many platforms.
Likely still one of the best breakout games for Linux, also the first real game I made.
A difficult lander-like game with many levels and in-game level editor.
My first C program on PC, also my first experiment with SDL and with OpenGL, barely a game, a bit of a space-invaders clone, thanks to http://mirror.amdmi3.ru/distfiles/ for keeping this long enough for me to want to download it!
A collection of writings, some sci-fi short stories and some crap I've written as well.
I collect pictures, I'm one of those people who will save the images they find fun or interesting when browsing the Internet.
SoF custom resolution hack for linux.
My C64 has a 10 GiB harddisk, a CD-ROM drive and a 10 Mbit Ethernet.
I like computers.
An RFID card controlled easy-to-use music-player for the elderly.
A short "game", not-very-serious entry into the LudumDare competition.
Another short "game", not-very-serious entry into the LudumDare competition.
Yet another short "game" entry into the LudumDare competition.
The lackluster "game engine" I made.
I'm participating in Internet communities just like everyone else, here are my profile pages on some of the other Internet sites I frequent.
Pictures and things I've made.
Git is really cool, github is really nice, so I use them together, I have some projects there.
Me streaming DOS games and making a fool of myself. Streams are removed after they're done.
Back in the day, people had to download mpgs and play them in a separate application, it worked just fine, but I think youtube is easier for everyone.
Mostly for airport philosophy sessions.
Last edited: 2016-08-13 - No need for a disclaimer, I've done nothing wrong!