For many years, I built web games. Almost all of my games were built in Flash, and nearly all of them had original music by Tim Halbert. Below are a selection of games I've built. These all require the Flash Player. Unfortunately, as of 2022, most modern web browser do not enable the Flash Player, so some of these games are not easily playable.
I've done my best to order the games in order of their popularity.
Boomshine - March 9th, 2007
Click the screen to start a chain reaction and try to explode as many dots as needed to pass a level. The game contains 12 levels ranging from the easy to the hard (25 tries on average to beat level 12). Over 1 billion games have been played by tens of millions of people. Video of gameplay. The game ported by fans to iOS & Android
Obechi - October 15th, 2009
Hundreds of colorful particles floating in the ether - and it's your job to put them all together. Click and hold down the mouse button to make a ring around the dots, and watch them all gather in the center. With every ring you create you'll get closer and closer to your target... but miss the target, even by one, and the nucleus is ruined. Video of gameplay.
Psychopath - 2005 / 2006-2008
Go from point A to point B in the shortest amount of steps. Seems easy right? A puzzle game I built in highschool and submitted to Macromedia (Now Adobe) Innovation Awards (where it won two awards). After a couple of years released the sequel Psychopath 2. In 2022, the game was revitalized by sspenst and is under active development. It has been renamed to Pathology.
Shoot - September 3rd, 2006
Just shoot the target. Center shot is 2 points, outside shot is 1 point, misses are -3 points. Video of gameplay.
Stick Avalanche 2 - April, 2005
A sequel to one of the first Flash games I ever made. Dodge the falling spikes. Collect power ups. Also features Two player mode. Video of gameplay.
Stick Avalanche - October 23rd, 2003
Stick World - August 3rd, 2004
Yofi - April, 2013
Android + iOS game. An original simple word game where vocabulary, strategy, and patience merge. Drag letters one-by-one to a grid to form clusters of words. Earn points by "banking" high-valued words. Pass unwanted letters or replace ones already on the grid.