or Unfinished Games
2000, Early 2001)
A spin-off of the calculator games made in TGF.
Fred's ASCII Adventure (Early
About Fred, a.k.a. ~~<'_'>~~, in stupid
adventures. There was also a second version whose rejection led to my
focusing on Eat That Sock!. It was bad too.
Office Quest 2 (Early/Middle
There was no Office Quest 1. This was about a
magical paper creature fighting an evil staple remover. What was I
1D Game (Middle
Made between Eat That Sock 2! and Super Eat That
Sock! to tide people over. This amazing game breaks down the 2D barrier
in the wrong direction.
Student Council (Late
A calculator game that nearly led to my suspension
from school. Also it had a TGF spinoff, "Student Council," and
an unfinished sequel, "Student Council 2."
Jail Beak! 1
(early 2002?-late 2004?)
Three amazingly fun games! About one intrepid
prisoner who must dig through the walls of his prison, swim home from
Alcatraz, and enjoy other wacky adventures. The first one is impossible
to beat, so you can just play for a few hours and stop. The others are
beatable. I never thought anyone would actually beat these games and
when people spent all night doing so and I found out I said
/Killer Gold (Late
Does this really need explanation? It's a silly
little ditty of a "game," very dated, but still vaguely
amusing. The spin-offs aren't worth mentioning, but here they are listed
(I am not proud of them):
* Kyle /Killer Platinum -- You can still see "Jeff" in the
* Kyle /Killer Zirconium -- When you try to kill him it says "You
do not have the correct IRC operator privileges."
* N-/Killer -- You choose the name of the person you /kill
Cool! A response to Kyle's masterful bANJO game.
If you're wondering who Kyle is, he was a simple person. Now I never see
him any more.
Some random insubstantial games I made/worked on
that I might upload some day:
* Mr. Evans's Grammar Adventure (1 & 2) -- my generic
birthday/Christmas gift if I can't think of anything else
* Cook Hunter 3000
* Splash Mountain Adventure