Ludum Dare 41

I took part in Ludum Dare 41 recently, the theme was “Combine 2 incompatible genres”. I went for “Monster Dating Sim” and created a game I’ve called “Monstrously Hunky”.


The game auto-generates names and descriptions for the potential dates, and then puts you into a question and answer scenario for the dating portion. During the questioning the correct answers are inferred from the descriptions of the monsters (traits like “Rage”, “Family” and “Comedy” are attached to each description behind the scenes) and then calculated per monster for each question.

It’s rather silly throughout, but it was a lot of fun to make and seems to be going down well over on the LD41 page:


Lost Wing – Win/MacOS

Lost Wing on Steam Early Access

Lost Wing is all about speed, guns, and points. Storm your way through brutally-challenging environments and destroy the mega bosses for a chance to top the leaderboards! Featuring a deep electronic soundtrack and stunning neon sci-fi visuals.

You’ll need quick reaction times and super-fast decision making to achieve a high score on the leaderboards.

Shoot, dodge or jump over obstacles, and slow-down time when it’s getting a little too close for comfort – just get ready for when the world goes for a spin!

Have a close shave with an obstacle and you may be lucky and escape with only losing a wing, but hit an obstacle head-on and it’s game over. Numerous pick ups are available in the environment to both help and hinder your progress.

Play on Windows or MacOS, and delve into the world of Lost Wing – where one false move can end in disaster!

VR Simulation for TfL


Working with Transport for London (The controller of London’s public transport network, and one of the UK’s largest employers) we created a VR simulation of Victoria Underground station to help test new digital signage to help alleviate crowding.

The VR simulation allowed TfL to test various concepts for new digital signage with the public for effectiveness without having to enter into costly and problematic real-world installations. Users were able to perform tasks such as moving signage, opening and closing ticket gates, and adjusting the timings of trains entering and leaving the station.

More information can be found here: