This page contains details of the freeware games that I have written. The utilities
are available here.
Atomic was an Amiga game released by Thalion in 1990. The goal of the puzzle is to assemble a molecule by moving its constituent atoms around. The trouble is that once moved, the atoms will continue moving until they hit an obstacle (such as a block or another atom). This version features the original graphics. It can be played using either the mouse or the keyboard.
Neuronics is a puzzle game. It is adapted from an Amiga game which appeared in the 90s, written by Thalion. You have a set of tiles with various symbols. The aim of ' the game is to remove all these tiles. This is done by swapping adjacent tiles so that matching symbols come together. There are 103 levels available in this version of Neuronics. The game can be paused at any time and there is also a demo mode.
Puzznic is a remake of the classic puzzle game. It is a puzzle in which the player pushes the pieces around a maze, trying to get matching pieces together. The game is very simple, mentally challenging and requires logic to complete it. This version is a faithfull implementation of the original, consisting of 159 puzzles.
Rebel is a remake of a Spectrum puzzle game. The object of the game is to find the exit while avoiding the guards and other obstacles. On the way you will find mirrors which can be placed in giant reflectors. The exit has to be then blasted open by firing the laser. The laser beam will hit the exit only if the mirrors have been placed correctly.
There are ten levels before you are finally free.
Sokoban is a puzzle game in which the player pushes boxes around a maze, trying to place them in designated
locations. The game is very simple, mentally challenging and requires logic to complete it. This version is
a faithfull implementation of the original, consisting of several hundred puzzles. The interface allows for
easy selection of puzzles and caters for multiple undos.