Hack Battle is a puzzle game about cracking codes. You can play it alone, but the preferred way is to play against someone else.
Own Goals Not Allowed is a local multiplayer game (for 1–6 players) about playing a (very) simple version of soccer … on multiple fields at the same time.
Rolling in the Sheepe is local multiplayer game (for 1–6 players) about being the first to roll over the finish!
Ho Ho Sombrero is a silly local multiplayer game (1–4 players) about keeping eggs in the air with sombreros.
Letters Against Loneliness is a casual puzzle game about sending letters to all people on the map.
Round Ogre is an interactive picture book and a video game. Both can be bought and played/used separetely, but they complement each other and share some ideas and content.
Windup Wizards is a puzzle game (single player) where everything in the level can be wound up and then later activated to do its action.
Windowsilk is a game for 1–6 players (on the same device), in which you are spiders maintaining a shared spider web.
Carving Pumpkins & Dwarfing Dumplings is a party game for 1–8 players on the same device, all about slicing your opponents!
Of course, I designed and programmed this website myself!
This is actually “version 2” of the portfolio. It borrows the good elements from v1, but made some huge changes.
I Wish You Good Hug is a cooperative video game for 1–4 players on the same device, in which you try to hug as many teddy bears as possible!
Totems of Tag is a video game for 2–4 players on the same device. It’s basically the game of dodgeball … but with absolutely all rules removed, and many powerups and variations added.
El Troubadour (or Tiamo, El Troubadour) is my official artist name, applied to any music I make.
Once I had created a handful of albums, I wanted to take my music career more seriously and provide a cozy home for all my work.
A Recipe for Disaster is a cooperative video game for 1–4 players on the same device, in which you try to run a bakery!
Square Ogre is an interactive picture book and a video game. Both can be bought and played/used separately, but they complement each other and share some of their content.
One Pizza the Puzzle is a One Paper Game in which you must be the first to earn 10 dollars delivering pizzas.
Unstable Universe is the first cutting game ever made! (As far as I can tell.) It’s a One Paper Game.
In the Netherlands, there’s a TV programma called Who is the Mole?
It pits 10 candidates against each other, trying to complete challenges (for money) … but one is the “mole” who tries to secretly sabotage everything.
Starry Skylines is a One Paper Game about building a city in space.
The problem? You don’t know which options you’ll get each round, and everyone shares the same (uncomfortably small) planet.
Pizza Peers is a cooperative game about delivering pizzas.
It’s a hilarious dance between collecting ingredients, inventing new pizza combinations, baking until just right, and delivering them just on time.
The Peerful Project is a collection of multiplayer games which you play using your smartphone.
On the official page you’ll find the list of games, a proper explanation, and a devlog explaining why/how I did it.
Timely Transports is a One Paper Game about delivering goods across a perilous jungle … in real-time.
Visit my blog to read in-depth developer diaries about this game.
Wondering Witches is a cooperative One Paper Game about discovering the mysterious recipe!
At the start of the game, a random recipe is generated.
Art Hockey is a fun mobile game for 1–4 players about scoring goals (and defending your own goal) by drawing!
One Paper Games are a new kind of boardgame I’ve invented. (I don’t know if you can call it a new genre, but I haven’t seen anything like it before.
Into My Arms is a cute, relaxing puzzle game for 1–2 players.
You play two lovers with a terrible curse: they may never see each other.
When I was 11, I taught myself how to program. That eventful day has lead to 10+ years of developing games.
The Holy Treenity is a tiny game about nature and climate change.
It was made for the “20 Million Trees Game Jam”, in support of a global incentive looking to plant 20 million trees before the year was over.
Package Party is a chaotic multiplayer game for 1–4 players!
I made the game for literally anyone, gamers and non-gamers alike, because I just wanted families/friends/partners to play more games together.
Trampoline Dragon was my training ground for the world of “smartphone multiplayer games”
These are games that you run on your computer (either a program or a website), but play on your smartphone.