I was curious as to how Cleverbot would react if it had to talk to another instance of Cleverbot, so I decided to code this up one day. The absurdity of it can be a good laugh from time to time.
Brain Boggler is a simple puzzle game in which all the pieces must be placed on the board such that no pieces overlap. Pieces are selected from the list on the right, and can be rotated using the left and right arrow keys, and flipped with the up and down arrow keys. To place the piece, left click on the board; to remove, right click. Created for fun, and based on a physical version of the game I played as a child.
A program which generates an image representing any file’s contents. The program is limited by the size of the source file used. It was created out of an interest in data visualizations – I was surprised to find that some of the images generated show clear patterns in the file contents (for example, the attached image).
My first large project completed for a second-year university course in 2010, co-developed by myself as part of the team Mild January. A simple faux-3D multiplayer adventure game, it must be started as a server before clients can join (all using graphical interfaces). Controls can be viewed via in-game menus. My personal contribution to the project included the main rendering engine and some of the GUI.