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Reversi 1.2.1

Posted on 2012-08-13 at 21:16

This release of Reversi contains a fix for drawing problems seen when running on OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion).

Download Reversi here.

Ephemeral 1.1.2

Posted on 2012-08-12 at 15:55

This release of Ephemeral contains a single fix for a crash on exit problem when running on OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion).

Download Ephemeral here.

GridBike 2.1.0

Posted on 2012-04-22 at 09:19

This release of GridBike is mainly to add a couple of enhancements benefiting from my work on Coblyn, plus there’s a fix to get around a drawing problem on some machines with Intel GPUs:

Download GridBike here for OS X and Windows.

Website Cleanup

Posted on 2012-04-19 at 19:46

Some of the apps on my website had reached the end of their life, so I’ve retired them. It’s goodbye to Blue Fang and GrafAuto (poor old Palm OS died a long, long time ago), and the C64 Screen Saver (which was only ever a toy).

I’ve also made some small improvements to my website. First, the Software item in the menu bar now drops down a sub–menu which lets you go directly to the page for each app (unless your browser is too ancient… I’m looking at you, IE6). Secondly, I’ve improved the image galleries to make them more convenient and more responsive. Now you only need to mouse over the thumbnails to switch images, and all images are preloaded so there’s no waiting when you switch between them.

Coblyn 3.1.0

Posted on 2012-04-05 at 20:30

For this release I’ve tried to address as many of Coblyn’s rough edges as I could. So there aren’t any big new features this time, but there are lots of improvements to the game graphics and the user interface, plus a few bug fixes:

Download Coblyn here for OS X and Windows.

Coblyn 3.0.3

Posted on 2012-01-07 at 17:37

Coblyn has been fully revamped, with the biggest change being that it’s now available for Windows as well as OS X! Other changes in this major release are:

If you’re upgrading from version 2 of Coblyn and have previously downloaded the Classic Level Pack, then you should re-download it to get the latest version. This will ensure that the Classic Levels draw with the right colours and make use of level unlocking.

I’m very satisfied with how this version of Coblyn turned out — it’s much closer to what I envisioned when I originally starting writing this game. I hope you like it too!

Download Coblyn here.

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