W E L C O M
Welcome to my home
page!! The main purpose of this site is to make available software products
developed for the PC. These can be found under the "Products" option. Here
you will find download links,
screen shots, along with the ability to order products on-line. I hope you
drop in often to check out new
developments and web site features. You can also download the very popular
puzzle game of "Dragons"!!
G A M E
Games, Games, Games...I
just can't get enough (except for "Pong"...I've had enough :) It has become
very large and serious industry. The Shareware concept helps customers cut
through some of the hype,
and flashy boxes of promise providing customers with a fair purchasing choice.
It's great to see some of
the larger publishers marketing this way. The Internet seems to be the purchasing
choice of the future!!
It's amazing how
even some of the older text based games are still being played today. Game
play is the
key. Without getting too technical, the only thing important is whether it
is fun or not. The CD-ROM has
moved many companies towards dumping tons of graphics in to a game, while
leaving out the thing that
keeps players coming back for more, game play! It has to be simply fun to
play. Try my game of
I hope to provide many more titles in the future which I hope you'll enjoy.
Puzzle/logic type games seem
to be popular with a lot of people. These are especially good when
all you want to do is play something
without reading through lengthy manuals. I hope to complete a few real-time
strategy games involving a
lot more game elements. I may also be making a new version of the game called
'Dungeon Rogue' as well.
A U T H O
Born August 16,
1965...Oh my I'm feeling old :) I spent a lot of my younger years with sports
soccer and track. Things were going really well for me until these things
came along. Then out came the
ideas along with the twinkies. Games are something I've always worked on
before computers came along
so you can imagine once they arrived. With the graphics and power of computers
today, I'm in heaven!!!
Back in the early 80's my first machine was a TRS-80 with 16k of system memory.
Those days we mostly
typed games in from a book and then saved them to cassette tape. With this
procedure you couldnt help
but get involved with programming. I'm not sure what I did the 15 years
following, but I'm sure glad I am
back working on my real passion...Games! You can see some of my past work
history on my resume
My biggest thanks
goes to all my customers and comments which I have received. It keeps me
and in-line with the work I'm doing. I am always just an Email away for any
questions, comments, or any
suggestions you may have. I hope you have many long nights playing my games
to the point of addiction
:) Many more games are still to come! For any comments or suggestions just
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
P O E M
On August 14th 2003
(The Blackout) I decided to take a walk down the street to see how far this
outage has reached. I quicky realized after speaking with some people just
how big it was. As I stood at
one of the main intersections of my city watching some of the chaos unfold
and people pouring onto the
streets, I met an 83 year old freelance writer and we began to talk about
the blackout and general things.
He wrote a poem which he has asked me to post on the internet and share with
the world so here it is...