It has been a while since I posted any code to my blog. The life of a game developer is a busy one and as is usually the case all the really fun and interesting code I have written over the past couple of years is all locked away in awesome games. I did a coding test a little while ago, once again in Java (it is a sad love affair, I know), and thought it would be a good idea to put it up here as an example of how much my coding has developed.
This demo is loosely based on the game Puyo Puyo (a connect four style game). It has a much improved architecture from the Breakout Game and has a wide range of configurable elements (defined in the file PPGameConstants.java). I am a little embarrassed by the old game and am tempted to remove it, but I think it is important to show development. One day I may actually put up something in C++ or one of the many other languages I program in day to day, but since I rarely get the chance to code in Java I take the opportunities when I can.
For more newer coding projects check out my GitHub.
As much of my experience is code focused, I wasn't really sure how to go about demonstrating my code skills in a web portfolio. After much trial an error I decided to use a blog structure to show code examples and discussions of them. If you have any feedback or ideas let me know.