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Nose Picker

Feb 5

Nose Picker

Help Mr. Nose clean out his nose. Who knows what treasures could be found!

“You can pick your friends and you can pick you nose, but you can’t pick your friend’s nose!” Well, with this app you can (if your friend is the maker of this app)


If you or your child has jammed something up the nose, please consult a doctor to remove the object. This application does not demonstrate the proper way to remove object from the nose.

Filed Under: Game, Mobile, Windows Phone 7

Speed – The card game

Jan 26


Speed the card game for the WP7 (Windows Phone 7)

Speed a card game also known as Spit or Slam, is very fast-paced game and it could result in damage to the cards — so play this on the phone and don’t ruin your actual playing cards.

Speed is a game for two players of the shedding family of card games, in which each player tries to get rid of all of his cards. Speed is a game associated with the game Nertz.

Objective: To play all your cards first.

How to Play:

-Each player is dealt five cards to form a hand, and each player is dealt 15 cards face down to form a draw pile. If you are playing with jokers, you use them as wild cards and give each draw pile 16 cards. A stack of five cards, placed face down on each side between the players, serves as a replacement pile. Finally, two cards are placed face down in the center between the replacement piles.

-You may play a card in your hand by discarding it in the “Play Pile” if the card is 1 number/value higher or lower. (e.g. 5 can be played on a 6 or 4, a Queen can be played on a King or Jack)

-A 2 may be played on an Ace and a Ace may be played on a 2.

-You may have up to 5 cards in your hand at a single time. When you have less than 5 cards in your hand you may draw from your “Draw Pile”

-First player to play all of his/her cards wins!

Speed Page

Filed Under: Game, Mobile, Windows Phone 7

Frog Attack – Windows Phone 7 Game Demo

Jul 6

Play Demo

Frog attack is a simple game, feed Mr. Hamster.  Avoid the frogs and eat the food as they fall. If the frogs do hit you, they will slow Mr. Hamster down by sticking to his running wheel.

Watch for “Frog Attack” in the app store when the Windows Phone 7 comes out.

Filed Under: Game, Mobile, Windows Phone 7

FrogLog – Windows Phone 7 Game Demo

May 26


Play Demo

Created in Silverlight using only frogs,logs, and beavers for the Windows Phone 7.  FrogLog was origonaly created in javascript and html 5.  This version was recreated in silvleright and ported to the Windows Phone 7. The phone has not been released yet.  The video is using the emulator mobile phone provided by Microsoft for free.

Watch for FrogLog in the app store as soon as the Windows Phone 7 goes hits the public.

Filed Under: Game, Mobile, Windows Phone 7

Paper Ball – Windows Phone 7

May 3

Paper Ball ported the Windows Phone 7. 

Filed Under: Game, Mobile, Windows Phone 7

Head Pet – iPhone App

Apr 16

Some heads just need a pat on the head. This iPhone head does. Pat him on the head and make him happier or sadder. This was built using Flash CS5. (Yes, that is me)

Filed Under: Game, iPhone, Video

River Rafting iPhone Game

Apr 16

This is a preview version of River Raft game for the iPhone. Built with Flash CS5.

Filed Under: Game, iPhone

Punch AJ iPhone App

Apr 16

This is a fun iPhone app. You can punch AJ in a few spots. You can also punch two other poeple when you get board of punching aj. This was built with flash CS5 ported to the iPhone.

Filed Under: Game, iPhone, Video

Poverty Chat

Mar 18

Luke and Jimmy (Me) create a game to help the awareness about poverty. The key technology of the game are AI chat bots.

Game Overview
Poverty Chat is a unique web based game that uses natural language to explore a virtual world. The player will have an opportunity to meet an array of different characters. The player will have to solve the mysteries by chatting with other characters in the game. These characters don’t have the average computer response you are used to; they each have their own personality and will response to you differently using an AI Bot technology.  The idea is to get the user involved in conversations.  Some of the characters may refere to others to find the right answer.  When  the answer is found thier notepad takes note for them for later levels.

The theme of the game is Poverty. The player will learn what, why, and solutions to poverty throughout the game and will be needed to win the game.

The goal of the game is to help solve poverty by learning about poverty and spreading the word about poverty.


Technologies: Silverlight,, AIML, Web services
Features to be added: Text to speech, speech to text, multiplayer (real player can replace bots and provide answers)

Filed Under: Game, Silverlight, Web Service

Frog-Log – Grand Prize Winner (Mix10 10k Challenge)

Jan 20

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For some reason these frogs forgot how to swim. Help the frogs stay on the log. There are 4 types of frogs and each behave differently. Drag the frogs and logs (or click) with precision to save our frogs.
Frog log was the Grand Prize Winner in the MIX10 10k coding challenge! The prize was ticket to the MIX10 conference(Web Design/Developer) in Las Vegas including hotel at Mandalay Bay Hotel and $1,000 visa card.

Frog-Log was entered in the the Mix 10k contest. There were over 80 entries. The size of the all the images and code and html are less then 10k in size. Frog-log was built in pure javascript and the new HTML 5 that many of the new browsers support. This also includes mobile devices such as the iPhone and HTC window mobile.

See Frog-Log Winning entry at

Frog log was featured on channel9 SilverlightTV

Frog log was featured on channel9 SilverlightTV video #2–Judges/

Frog log has also been featured on demonstrating the power of HTML5 to create html based games.

Comments found on other websites

I am not surprised at all that Frog Log won the hearts of my fellow judges and the Grand Prize. It’s a good idea that makes you smile when you first put your hand on it, packed with functionality and a great showcase of what you can do with a few lines of HTML5.

Interesting detail: the author won a second prize last year with a Silverlight application. This proves that a great developer is great independent of the technology he actually uses.—my-top-list.aspx

Just a great little game, addictive and well thought out with some interesting gameplay. I would LOVE to see this developed further by the author… My only ding was that drag-n-drop failed in Firefox 3.5; clicking worked fine, though.

Filed Under: Award, Contest, Game, HTML, HTML 5, JavaScript