Arc Vector is an action arcade game with a hint of flight simulator, inspired by various classic 1980-90s Archimedes games and built for modern PCs.
Pilot a stolen alien ship in a rebellion against the Archronite invasion. Fly across the archipelagos of your home world and capture enemy bases with the help of your navigation droid co-pilot, DFX-9T. Battle against enemy Arc Vectors, Fighters, Drones and Laser Tanks, liberate your planet, Melos.
Find out more on the Arc Vector page.
Byte Damage is like a trip into an 80's neon-hell, lost inside a virtual processor overrun with deadly viruses and trojans. Guide your function through the corrupted primary core, collect all 8 key bits on each level to unlock the exit, battle the infection and data anomalies as you go, and hope you escape with some of your backups intact.
Find out more on the Byte Damage page.
I'm currently working on some models for the Unity Asset Store, starting with a range of Martian-inspired content including landing pods, rockets, rovers and habitat modules.
Short story extract: The Pie Man's Apprentice
...Late that night the Pie Man prowled the back streets, the narrow passages, under bridges, the dark places, and the hidden places, where things were lost and things could be found. And in these places he would find the homeless, and the hungry, the destitute that could so easily be led astray on the promise of a shiny penny, or the prospect of a free meal...
Short story extract: Demon Seeds
...He stared at it long and hard. Was it beginning to look slightly skull-like? Were those eye sockets or just a trick of the light? He was tired and probably imagining it; he needed more sleep, he decided, and promised himself an early night...
Read these and more of my short stories over in Overwound Fiction.