The Huxtable Saga (Android and iOS)

This is a 2D side scroller adventure game with ground breaking themes of dystopia, space travel, bosses and puzzles. Actually I really quite enjoyed making this game - I also made all the art, music and story for it. Labour of love.

When people say making games is hard, I now know this is a understatement. Its INCREDIBLY hard. This is a project that took considerable amounts of time - some of which were really frustrating - but I found making the game very enjoyable and also playing it wasn’t half bad (even though I know answers to all the puzzles)

StrayaMate (Android and iOS)

This app is like an informal dictionary of Australian slang - including phrases, words and how to use them. This app is inspired by the fact that my partner - who is an ESL (English as a second language) teacher has students pre-dominantly from overseas and mainly non-english speaking countries. Often times it is challenging for her to be able to explain common Australian phrases to her students and so the content for this app has been provided by her.

At one stage I started wanting to branch this app out so it also now features some of my favourite places to visit in Australia.

Aussie As! Stickers (iOS)

This is an iMessage app that creates chat bubbles out of popular aussie phrases.

HeyMonday (Android)

This app abstracts the new Play console V3 APIs and lets devs do releases including internal and public beta tracks as well as staged releases on the Play console. At one stage I will add the ability to automate builds.

Huxtable (Apple Watch)

A tiny adventure! A side scroller and my first game which leverages Watch OS and SpriteKit. I hope this is first of many - although really I would prefer to make games for iPhone and Android devices.

Footy Stars (Android)

A short Android game for Aussie Rules footy. Not addictive at all. One person rated it 1 star and called it “Terrible”.

TurntApp (iOS)

An App that lets users convert their LivePhotos and Videos into Boomerang Videos or GIFs should they choose to. It also lets users add overlays onto Videos and GIFs, as well as still Photos. There are custom timed presets to tweak these exported videos also and there are custom filters for Videos as well as Photos.

Orderise (on Android).

This app was removed a while ago, I do not actively maintain it.

Orderise is just a fun app I wrote to catalogue coffee orders for large groups. If you’re not keen on providing your real name it even generates random names for you!

Address book Sync (on Android).

I do not actively maintain this app.

Address book sync lets a user upload, backup and download their phone’s contact data to Dropbox and move it across multiple devices.