May 9, 2015
I've done something like 10 recaps of the Midwest Gaming Classic and it's time to mix-up the format a little. This year I'm posting more pictures than before, way more, but cutting back on the commentary.
April 4, 2015
Hapsby is a universal save game editor written in Java. The first version was published way back in the year 2000. After being on the shelf for a while I modernized the UI by upgrading it to JavaFX. The result is a much better-looking, and faster version of Hapsby.
January 24, 2015
This Android programming tutorial demonstrates how to animate a sprite that is controlled though a virtual d-pad along with collision detection, background music, and save states.
December 13, 2014
1993 was my second Christmas season working at Electronics Boutique and I remember it well. Mortal Kombat was of course a hot item but the really interesting part was seeing the Genesis vs Super Nintendo console war in full swing.
November 28, 2014
To help set the holiday mood here's a scan of Electronics Boutique's 1999 holiday gift guide. It features the hottest PC games of the late 90s but oddly lacks the recently launched Sega Dreamcast.
November 7, 2014
Debigulator is a batch compression utility I wrote in Java all the way back in 2003. I decided to modernize it by upgrading the user interface to JavaFX. It looks and runs considerably better now. New archive formats were also added as part of this upgrade.