Welcome to my little corner of the Internet. I make art, videogames, and web experiments. Have fun.
This website has been tested and works with LibreJS.
Oh, and I have a blog.
Things I made
Have you ever played Scrab®? This is the product of a Rust program generating "perfect" Scrab games.
It plays against itself on an empty Scrab board until it runs out of letters or otherwise can't play anymore. Every turn is optimized for getting the most points possible.
A feeling of peace and wonder. A gentle breeze and the neverending sky all around you. Night and day pass in the blink of an eye.
This is a recycling of a cellular automaton concept I've used several times before, both in published and unpublished works.
A bunch of colorful dots move around the screen in adjustable patterns. What more could you want?
It sure is a thing.
A tool to make your own black and white 1-dimensional cellular automata.
A Mandlebrot fractal generator that uses Web Workers to quicken the rendering. Quite slow.
Generates magnet links from infohashes.
Combines a bunch of images together to make a somewhat visually interesting glitchy aggregation of images.
Red wants to go to blue, blue wants to go to green, and green wants to go to red. Here's what happens.
An old game loosely inspired by Impasse (archive.org link, original site seems to be down). Although the code is old and probably full of bad practices, it is still my biggest project to date.