Classic snap game where the user must match pairs of Celebs. The card turning is animated and on a correct match the names are displayed on the card.
A fun cryptic quiz of television program titles. Both flash cookies and a database collect the users email and position in the game allowing them to return at a later time and continue from where they left. Data captured can also be used for future marketing purposes where the user has agreed via the tick box.
Table football game, where the object of the game is to shoot into the goal. The mouse controls the left and right movement and a power meter rises when the mouse is pressed. Timing is crucial, let go of the mouse at the right moment to ensue that enough power will get that ball into the Goal. Too much and it will bounce off the posts.
Recreation of a classic arcade favorite. Playing against the computer, this version features change of speed if the ball is hit at the right angle which is useful for catching out your opponent. First one to reach 21 wins! Other interesting sport facts are included at the edge of the screen.
Musical word search. The game featured two modes of operation, normal and timed word search. Colorful visual feed back ensured that the user understood which words had been found and which were currently selected. The game was programmed to be reusable.
Cricket game where main objective of the game is to whack the ball at the correct angle to score a 2, 4 or 6. The bat is controlled by moving the mouse which gives the player a more physical experience. The animations of the players add a comedy element to the game.
London marathon game where the player has to get ahead of the crowd by repeatedly bashing the left and right buttons of the keyboard. The quasi 3d visuals maintain the illusion of running through London and passing various sites on the way. A display at the top of the page tells you where you are on the route in relation to the crowd.
A colorful recreation of an old arcade style horse racing betting game. Choose your horse and ring the bell to start the race. There are multiple random number generators to vary each horses speed throughout the race and make it more compelling to watch and play again!
Answer the questions true or false, if you are correct you see a goal being scored if not feel the embarrassment as the ball flies in the wrong direction. The game also features a viral send to a friend element.
Production of four games to be set over the period of four weeks, where the player must guess the correct names from visual clues hidden in a photo montage. With free text entry for the answers, the player should be able to get points for variations in spelling or nicknames. Scores times and user details were to be captured to a database.
The design of the games should be modular using xml for the clues and answers thus enabling the production time to be minimised for each week.
Top 15 in the Europrix Multimedia Top Talent competition, 2001
Created in 2000 as part of my Multimedia Systems and Fine Art portfolio, to promote an imaginary radical socio-political movement called hypermodernism. This website, fake archive material, game and film involves the viewer in a compelling and interactive story.