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Games Projects


Here you can find out about, and download, many of the game projects I've worked on. It's not an exhaustive list, just my favourites or most noteworthy, so please ask if you'd like to know more about anything I've done.
My more experimental or incomplete projects can be found in my blog and my other global game jam games are visible at my GGJ profile. I also have some projects available on
Streams                Details

Streams started as a project in the Global Game Jam in 2012 in Melbourne where it achieved the local 'Most Fun' award.

The next year, a smaller sub-group of those of us who worked on the project got together and refined the concept before releasing it on Android in December of 2013.



Escape Vector      Details

Escape Vector was planned originally as a project to work on alongside my students I was supervising while they worked on projects of their own. Escape Vector was my first title which I developed and launched largely by myself and was the first launched under the Aether Alchemist brand. This project also started my trend of developing my projects around wanting to learn new approaches and refine my skills rather than being developed with financial gain in mind.


Arisk                     Details

Arisk is a retro-style platformer where you have to carefully manage the objects you collect and interact with in order to manage your accumulating stress and avoid harmful interactions. This was a freelance project I worked on for the Alcohol and Drug Foundation as part of a larger awareness campaign.


Planet B               Details


Planet B was developed for Unreal Megajam2023 for the theme 'Antiquated Future'. We decided to try and come at that from both a mechanical and narrative angle, opting for a side profile point and click reminiscent of Monkey Island - a style you don't see much anymore - and a narrative setting of exploring a supposedly ancient ruin and finding evidence of a previous advanced civilisation. 

Whilst the game was a bit overscoped and didn't fully come together in time, I'm very happy with the underlying architecture and plan to repurpose it in the future for a different game. I'm also exceedingly happy with the model of Simon - the Star Wars-esque robot which follows Maddie (the protagonist) around and which you use to complete puzzles. You can get a better look at Simon on Artstation

"History Rhymes. What the future holds are often antiquated in the sense that it have been foretold, repeated, but forgotten. Will we ever learn from history and survive tomorrow?"


The Other Forest                    Details


The Other Forest was developed for Global Game Jam 2022, for this project, we decided to make the project in both Unity and Unreal, representing two different worlds which you play through with both games communicating through a shared JSON file to allow progression.


"A sibling lost in the land of the fae, the other trapped in reality. Find places where the veil is thinnest and help your sibling get home by influencing the world around you. Played as one game with two halves created in both Unity and Unreal Engine, The Other Forest will require you to do tasks in one game, where it affects the save data in the other."

Magnetic Melee                     Details

Submission for Game Makers Toolkit Jam 2021, we didn't end up completing this game in time for submission as various members of the group were too busy over the duration, but it was a fun challenge doing a simple network game.

The game is a robot arena battler where your weapon is the ability to change magnetic polarity to pull and repel objects and the other player.


PreFound                   Details


PreFound was developed as part of the 2021 Global Game Jam. As this jam was online, and I had quite a busy schedule at the time, I worked solo and aimed just to try and complete a game using Unreal Engine as a learning activity. The game is a narrative driven first person adventure exploring an alien world and a crashed space ship.


L-Wave                 Details


L-Wave was developed as part of the 2017 Global Game Jam. This jam I joined a group with some friends last minute after their programmer was unable to make it. They'd already decided to aim to make 'the gayest game ever' this year as an added design goal. So we made a 'robot lesbian dating sim'. This was a really interesting technical challenge as I'd never worked with branching dialogue, had to learn a lot about Unity's UI system, and it helped to inspire some later work on procedural character generation.


Bust-A-Web          Details

Bust-A-Web was developed as part of the 2016 Global Game Jam. The first time I've worked almost entirely with people I already knew at a jam and also the largest group I've worked with. Bust A Web was our attempt at stretching the 'Ritual' theme as far as we could to a peacock spider dance battle (mating ritual) where the loser is lunch.


Utensil Quest        Details

Utensil Quest was developed as part of the 2015 Global Game Jam in Melbourne. The theme that year was 'What do we do now?' which prompted my team a lean towards asymettrical multiplayer. We ended up making this game focused around one player using an oculus rift in a standard first person setup while another player verbally guides them while monitoring security cameras. 



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