This is the game window. The yellow balls are from one player, red from another.
Simple game created with the Turing programming language. This multiplayer game involves two players alternating dropping balls in a grid, with the objective being to drop a formation of 4 balls either horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.
The following is a graphics project with Java! The graphics are drawn with over 1000 point polygons, which were created by extracting points along countours in AutoCAD and then converting the points to code.
This is a sample scene. All graphics are done manually by hand (including points, gradients and RGB values).
This is a sample game with the darker red theme. There is the ability to pause/stop the game, and there is a score counter at the top.
This game is a standard game of Monopoly. It is made in Turing, and follows the rules of the normal game.
This is the main board, with buttons shown above to view the map or auction. This is the two player mode.
This program randomly generates essays of any length. It uses a preset array of parts of sentences and recursion to randomly generate combinations resulting in comprehensible sentences. It is developed in C++.
Various different robots including maze solving robots and SumoBots (fighting robots) coded with Arduino and Scratch. Feel free to look at the code on GitHub.
Features included in the robots:
While President of the William Lyon Mackenzie CI's Computer Programming Team, I created a website to manage team resources and post relevant links. Click here.
Simple website created for students to register on math contests. The website has been used over 500 times in the 2015/2016 to register for various contests.
This Android app, developed in Android studio, creates simple fractles.