I have done work (including coding) for a couple of games, interactive web pages and mobile apps. Here are some examples below. You can also visit the visual development area to find out more about other contributions to games.
Knock-Knock and the Who’s There Doors
Wild animation and voice activation lets kids interact with a cast of characters through a series of “Knock Knock Jokes”! You pick a door, it gives the first call out ~ “Knock knock”… You speak into the device ~ “Who’s there”.. the verbal back and forth continues until the door opens revealing to an animated punch line!!! Kids will love interacting with these new friends and parents will enjoy watching their child “yap” into their “app”!
Each volume of jokes is hosted by your favorite door, “Knock Knock” and the “Who’s there doors” as they introduce a series of 60 interactive jokes fully animated by Disney animator Dan Lund (Princess and the Frog, Winnie the Pooh, Hunchback etc) and voiced by leading artists from the world of family entertainment.
The Swanktytown Elephants
Try to catch an elephant. There’s a special surprise at the end (if you can catch an elephant). A game designed and produced for Swankytown (in the late 90s – I guess that makes it vintage)
He was originally designed to figure on the swankytown web site. Start asking him silly questions! he will answer very often with answers that do make sense. It’s probably because you are trying to make order out of chaos! Have fun!