Here you can see projects on which I’ve worked. All the downloads here are virus-free and made by me, unless stated otherwise. I’ve given credit for content which isn’t rightfully mine in the readme file included with the downloads. If I forgot something, or am giving credit to the wrong person, please let me know. Oh, and if for some reason you are interested in the source code but you haven’t been able to find it in the zip file and/or on github just let me know and I’ll dig it up for you. Just don’t expect pretty code.
A few games for the #1GAM challenge (2013) [EN]
Check them out here (click).
Snake+ (December 2012) [NL]
This is just another ordinary Snake clone. I made this for my Computer Science class. Not much more to add here. Oh, yeah: “Speel” means “Play”.
Maze+ (September 2012) [NL]
This program lets you generate random mazes based on several algorithms. It will also find the solution of the generated maze. I made this as an assignment for my Computer Science class. The only big con (in my opinion) of Maze+ is that you can’t solve it yourself, I completely forgot about that part. I didn’t even think of implementing it when I was brainstorming about this project, ridiculous right? I might implement this feature sometime later though. If you still really want to solve it yourself you can always make a printscreen of the maze and solve it in good ol’ fashioned paint, shouldn’t be too much of a problem.
Tic-Tac-Toe Minimax (2011) [EN/NL]
In this Tic-Tac-Toe clone you compete against the computer. The computer uses the minimax algorithm to ensure victory.
Custard Memory (2010) [EN]
A Custard-themed Memory game.
Tic-Tac-Toe (2009) [EN]
A Tic-Tac-Toe clone for two players.
One Game A Month Coding Challenge
I am currently participating in the One Game A Month coding challenge (you can find it here: http://www.onegameamonth.com/)! It’s a challenge where over the year 2013, you try to release a game every single month. I’m participating in this challenge because of multiple reasons, including but not limited to the irritating habit of postponing (and eventually canceling) little games/programs and my inexhaustible hunger for programming expertise. If you wish to follow my progress in this challenge you should keep an eye on my blog!
You can look at the games I’ve made for this challenge here.
Computer Science Portfolio
I’m making a portfolio containing all the work I did for my Computer Science classes. You can find it here: http://rubbens.nl/bob/portfolio/ Feel free to look around and check out the assignments our interesting teacher gave us. Just don’t copy anything without asking me first (not sure why someone would even copy something from my site, but still). The portfolio is written in dutch, so if you’re not a native dutch speaker/reader it might be a hard to understand all the text there. You could try Google translate, but I can’t guarantee it will be representative of the original content.