Creating games which are simply fun brings simply joy!

Atomic Ninjas

web · 2013 · PS3 · PSVita · Grip Games

programming · platform requirements · porting

Colorful and funny multiplayer action game with lots of hopping around and punching stuff in a ridiculous fashion. Really nice for releasing tension with some loud and surprised laughs every few seconds. Best played with your friends right next to you. But in that case be very careful of what you do to their ninjas...


Foosball 2012

web · 2012 · PS3 · PSVita · Grip Games · 3Division

programming · platform requirements · porting

Find out what it would be like to play table soccer while not having to focus on the ball itself all the time. Instead, the game helps you with ball control and lets you pay attention to proper tactics.

Also, PlayStation®Move supported!


Crash Test Dummies

web · 2009 · J2ME · Pixalon Studios

gameplay and physics programming · porting

Mr. Dummy, the main character, is a professional heavy-duty test dummy. He doesn't exactly love his job, but he doesn't despise it, either. He is a professional and he knows it – he is here to test and withstand the most ridiculous impacts and collisions so that real people don't get hurt.


Gish Mobile

web · 2009 · J2ME · Cryptic Sea | Pixalon Studios

gameplay · programming · sounds · level design

Remake of an award-winning PC game of the same name. Join Gish, the 12 pound tar ball, in his continued adventures in the gloomy underground. Explore a dark and humorous platform world using advanced physics, and utilize the environments and your gelatinous body to overcome foes and solve puzzles. Bluetooth multiplayer included!


Bloft Physics

web · 2009 · Java

programming · physics

Bloft is a 2D physics engine for Java games. It supports soft bodies only in contrast with the DyMiX Engine. The soft body is a body which can be deformed - like a gummy ball or a plastic bag filled with liquid. I've used this library in Gish Mobile.

And it's free to use in any projects!


DyMiX Physics

web · 2007 · Java

programming · physics

DyMiX is a 2D physics engine for Java games based on rigid body dynamics. It uses fixed-point math, so it's very fast and lightweight. It works even on MIDP1 phones!

For licensing options feel free to contact me.

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Zoopaloola

2007 · J2ME · Redboss | MLiven

programming · porting

Mobile version of the vastly popular game by ICQ. As a funny hippopotamus, elephant in pyjamas, rhinoceros and other animals you try to punch your opponent's cue balls into the abyss using your own cue balls.

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Probud pomeranc

2007 · J2ME · Lifeweb

programming · porting

Fanta oranges are falling from the sky and you have to collect as many as you can and beat others with your score. It's a very simple jumping game similar to the famous IcyTower. The player has to jump from orange to orange occasionaly collecting a bottle of Fanta. It is simple, but very addictive... mainly because of the big numbers flying around.

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Swiftman

2006 · J2ME · Lifeweb

design · programming · porting

You run. You cannot stop. You jump. You avoid obstacles. Or you don't and smash right into them. The game records your amusing performance and after upload others can watch in awe.

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Flood

2005 · J2ME · Redboss

design · programming · porting

Disaster! The whole city is flooded because of the global warming. Our new jetpack is the last hope. Take it and dig tunnels through the ground so that the water can flow away! There are some toys for you to use - a bomb, a drag and set of bricks.

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BeachWars

2004 · J2ME · Redboss

programming · porting

Take the buggy; this is a steering wheel and this is a rocket launcher. It's an action game taking place on tropical sandy islands covered by palms and tequilla bars. The player controls a buggy and tries to demolish other cars. There is also a BlueTooth multiplayer version allowing you to play against your friends!


Tanks'n'Chops

2004 · J2ME · Redboss

programming · porting · level design

You are a member of an american elite team exploring a russian research facility developing geneticly enhanced supersoldiers. While inside you are accidentaly mutated into a supersoldier. During this time the russians kill all your teammates. Now it's your turn. Avenge, in the name of your country! Blah, that's an awful cliché, isn't it!


GraphMaker

2003 · J2ME · Redboss

concept · programming · porting

Tool for helping to imagine how complex functions behave. It can do all the necessary basic operations one might need at school. Especially during an exam!

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Moonbase

2003 · J2ME · Redboss

concept · programming · porting

Moonbase was possibly the first strategy game ever released on mobiles phones. In the game buildings and units are fired out of your bases and linked to them once they land. The consequence is, once a base is destroyed all linked buildings explode!


Scorch

2003 · J2ME · Redboss

concept · programming · porting

This was the first mobile game I've made in the early days when Java first appeared on the phones. There were only 2 phones with J2ME available at that time! The game is a remake of the good old Scorched Earth.

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Running with flaming torch to inspire people around the world!

Peace Run
Ondrej Mocny refilling torch

I wish to tell you, boys and girls, about an amazing project I'm part of. We run with a flaming torch in many countries around the world, from town to town. On our way we meet with dozens of mayors, kids, sportsmen and any other local people. With our outer running and inner oneness-hearts we strive to inspire them to find positive things deep inside and bring them to the fore. As simple as it sounds we firmly believe it's extremly important in today's world. And to our wide surprise - people totally get it! And even more, they always inspire us back by their goodwill and energy! So what is this project you ask?

Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run.

The Peace Run is a global relay that promotes international friendship and understanding. Since its inception in 1987 the Run has reached over 140 nations and touched the lives of millions of people. Known between 2005 and 2013 as the World Harmony Run, the Peace Run does not seek to raise money or highlight any political cause, but simply strives to create goodwill among peoples of all nations.

By passing the torch from one person to the next, the relay offers people from many nations the opportunity to express their hopes and dreams for a better, brighter future. People from all walks of life hold the symbolic torch to wish for a peaceful world. Passing the torch from one person to the next unites us together in our common aspiration to offer something positive to our world – together we can make a difference!

Sri Chinmoy
There shall come a time when this world of ours
Will be flooded with peace.
Who is going to bring about this radical change?
It will be you and I and we all together.
Our oneness-hearts will spread peace
Throughout the length and breadth of the world.
Sri Chinmoy

The Run has started a month after I was born in 1987 by Sri Chinmoy. During his lifetime, Sri Chinmoy was internationally recognised for his numerous initiatives that have united people from many cultures and walks of life to work for a more fulfilling world. He was always a strong advocate for the role of sports as a powerful instrument for promoting global harmony. As an athlete, philosopher, artist and poet, Sri Chinmoy dedicated his life to advancing the ideals of world peace and oneness. So, I hope to see you on the road!

Peace Run