As Live Services Producer. Click the link for a detailed account of what that entailed.
As Combat Designer and then Live Services Producer. Click the link for a detailed account of my time designing combat and characters.
KlickNation’s flagship game. I started as a developer, upgraded to producer/lead developer, and eventually settled as lead developer. I somehow did a lot of game design on it though!
My first industry job! Cutscene design and scripting, plus a secret mini-game. Click the text to learn more!
An award-winning match-3 roguelite. As Design Consultant. Click the link for some more detail.
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That’s right, I worked on a Dungeon Keeper Facebook game that never came out. I wish you could have played the game we tried to make, it would have been fun.
Follow the links for more detail.
Moustachevania (PC/Mac) – Creator, designer, programmer, sound design, music.
This is my ongoing project. A hardcore platformer with exploration, multiple game modes, and mysteries aplenty.
Political satire idle game. A small project made in my spare time over about six weeks. Can be completed in about two hours, and is free.
A cute but difficult hyper-casual game.
Two Portal 2 user levels I made back when the game came out. There were more, but they were unfortunately lost to the ages when I got rid of my work laptop.
The realization of a lifelong dream: To publicly release a Doom 2 level.
Pixel City Bros (PC) – Game Designer (contract)
Systems design for indie RPG inspired by classic SNES RPGs and side-scrolling beat-em-ups. Combat system design, character and ability designs, and other game mechanics like town reputation, arena battles, XP curves, item drops, and more.
Miscellaneous Fun Stuff
Produced/Directed “The Worst (and Best) Full-time Job” short doc, purchased by CurrentTV
Created ‘Return of Ubermann’ level set for Mac shareware game Harry the Handsome Executive, maintained fan site with information about level design.
Played drums and wrote music in local band Red Lantern.
Directed and edited a music video for high-school duo Two Seconds. (Aspect ratio broke when I uploaded to youtube, and I don’t have the source material anymore. Sad.)
B.A. Cinema San Francisco State University, December 2006