Hi, my name is André Schnabel and I'm a Computer Science student from Germany.|
In my spare time I love to program videogames and compose music.
I share most of my code (e.g. the Kosu game development framework) on bitbucket and GitHub.
|Many old games I've written while still in school can be downloaded here.|
|Quite recently I've written a small Wolf3D-clone. It's called
SpaceSoldier3D (or Weltraumsoldat3D in German). It is open source!
I wrote it in Java using the incredibly awesome libgdx.
This library allows the game to run on all major desktop platforms (Win32/Linux/OSX) as well as on Android. It was later ported to C#/Kosu for an iOS release.
Google Play (Android)
Apple AppStore (iPad/iPodTouch/iPhone)
|For more information about PetraVis please visit its official website.|
My first Ludum Dare Entry. I used the theme as game name throughout development and now I'm too lazy to change that so I just called it Tiny World with my username as prefix.
On Android tap on the left/right border of the screen to run left/right and tap both left&right borders at the same time for jumping. Press the back button on your device to return to the world overview.
Difficulty: Easy -> small inertia, no spikes. Normal, Hard, Impossible -> growing inertia, with spikes.
|My Delta Engine Game Jam entry. Roughly 10 hours of work. Source code and assets can be obtained from the GitHub repository. Here's a screenshot. Needs a bit of polishing until I'll publish it on Google Play and the Apple AppStore.|