Battle Checkers Custom Deck Generator

Either Adobe Flash is not installed or you do not have it enabled.

You can enter any URL of a tsv file to load, but you may run into cross-domain issues.

If you want to load a sample of cards, simply type ‘SAMPLE’ without the quotes. You can download the sample TSV file here.

You can download the Adobe AIR app here. The AIR app will not have the same cross-domain issues, but still needs to be connected to the internet to upload the cards to the server.

Check out Battle Checkers for the original game.


Comic Book Reader

Either Adobe Flash is not installed or you do not have it enabled.

This Flash Project parses cbz zip files and displays them as an interactive comic book.

The path to the .cbz is set via flashvars.

The reader uses fzip as3 library that requires the zip file to Adler32 headers (and is faster due to native deflating).

Not in this demo is an AIR app that converts a zip file to a zip file with the proper headers and another AIR app that zips a sequence of images.

The left and right arrow keys work the same way the buttons on the stage work.

The pages are facing (excluding the cover) to preserve multiple-page spreads.

A special thanks to The Digital Comic Museum for providing this and many other comics.


Popup Palooza

Either Adobe Flash is not installed or you do not have it enabled.

This is a concept I came up with in school for our Video Game Design Club, that ultimately was never made.

If you slide the number of windows slider all the way to the right (101) you will get all the error messages in order; this is a great way to see all the error messages. If you have a high spawn time, it will also make it easier to read.

It ultimately was supposed to be a tongue-and-cheek jab at certain operating system.


zSpace 3D Viewer

Either Adobe Flash is not installed or you do not have it enabled.

This SWF load a series of images and allows you to move through them with several different modes, including, button, auto-forward, auto-reverse, mouse, and keyboard.

By loading a series of images, an illusion of animation occurs that makes it appear has the ability to view the subject from all sides.

This was inspired by certain websites for video-games that had a 360 degree view render of characters and scenes; however I noticed that there was a limited set of controls (usually one of the schemes) and the lack of any ability to set framerate via flashvars.


Stellar Run Beta

Work-in-Progress:

Ask to see the game during an interview.


Either Adobe Flash is not installed or you do not have it enabled.

This are some of the assets for a game I am collaborating on. The game Stellar Run is a top-down shooter game(similar to Asteroids) in which you must remove junk in space while escorting fallen star(s) back into space.

The style is simplistic as part of the aesthetic treatment, and to make vectoring the details less difficult if there are little details to add.

There is alot of repetition in the shapes to reinforce the design and to make it easier for the object(s) to explode into smaller shapes.


Dress-up Game Engine

Either Adobe Flash is not installed or you do not have it enabled.

This is a test of dressup-game engine designed to easily allow non-programmers to create dress-up games quickly.

The most notable feature of the engine is the ability to have objects split across movieclips in various layers (such as the background and foreground in this example).

The camera icon exports an image to be used on Imgur. The hand icon opens the imgur page in a new window. The clipboard icon save the url to the clipboard. The Random button randomizes the character.

Left and right change the selected object. Up and down change which object Left and Right change.

The developer can customize the keys, imgur endpoint to a custom one, customize which additional MovieClips are hidden when exporting an image.

There are functions for loading and exporting a specific set of keyframes, a set of named keyframes, changing the groove, and moving articles back and forth.


Gear Generator

Either Adobe Flash is not installed or you do not have it enabled.

To export as a vector, press spacebar to hide the controls and then right click -> print and print as a PostScript file. You will probably need to use the PathFinder in Adobe Illustrator to create the shape.

To export as a PDF do the above but print to a PDF and import into GIMP or Photoshop. You can also take a screenshot via the print-screen button (command-shift 4 on a Mac).

This is what was used to create the Gears and the Trading Card Backs available as stock.