Here are some games and game-esque things I’ve made. Anything released pre-2011 is quite old and no longer supported, but I keep it all here for posterity. Unfortunately, the older stuff will only run on MS Windows.
The least accessible “game” on this page. This is a Linux VM hosting a community blogging website called Trollcave. The website contains a number of vulnerabilities which can be used in conjunction to root the VM (i.e. get access to the
root user and read the file
Recommended tools: VirtualBox, Burpsuite, Netcat
Recommended reading: VulnHub on sensible precautions for vulnerable VM deployment
Download links below (
.ova file, 883MB) (version 1.2, released 2018-03-21):
A text game about a volcano god and the society which worships it. Made for Ludum Dare #33: “You are the Monster”.
A hotseat “multiplayer snake” made as a kind of aid for a bot-programming competition. This game is open source and MIT licensed.
I’m always uncertain about whether this one really qualifies as a game, but anyway, here’s Your Dog has Been Abducted by Aliens, a silly CYOA text adventure I made with Inklewriter on a whim one evening.
A weird puzzle platformer I made for a retro game competition. Featured on IndieGames.com.
A puzzle platformer with two characters – one creates blocks, the other destroys them. I made two versions of this – one for a fire and ice themed competition, and another for co-operation themed competition.