Hi! I am a mostly back-end developer from Lincolnshire currently studying Computer Science as an undergraduate at the University of Leeds.
I have experience in many areas of computing dating back to my childhood, where I got my start in programming through creating levels for Mario and Pokemon through ROM hacking. Since then I became inspired to learn more about programming and began my journey with C, followed by object oriented languages including C# and Java.
In my many programming ventures I have managed to tread well out of my comfort zone, such as through creating graphics, videos and music!
A simple game written in C using the SDL library for graphics. Use the arrow keys to dodge the falling pellets, picking up the green pickups increasing your score and the yellow pickups giving an extra life. The difficulty increases every 30 seconds - accumulate as high of a score as you can before you lose all of your lives!
Booster Boxer is a program I made to simulate real world pack openings for the popular trading card game "Yu-Gi-Oh!". My friends and I often play the game online through various simulators which gives us access to all of the cards in the game. This isn't as fun as in real life, where you have limited access to cards requiring you to be more creative to build your deck.
With my program, we can simulate opening a certain number of packs for a limited number of cards, with accurate rarity chances and real-world listings according to the real sets released by Konami. That way, we can enhance our game and play just like we did in our childhoods!