All applets were created for fun when I attended George Brown College.
The Tetris applet was the first time I attempted to program a game since my childhood when I tinkered with the Texas Instruments TI 99/4A personal computer.
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- The Alien Attack applet is a copy of an old Texas Instruments TI 99/4A Space Invaders game I played in the early 80’s.
- The Bubble Sport applet is my unique game.
- The Java Tetris applet is a copy of an early Tetris game I played on an Amstrad Pc-1512 computer from the mid 80’s.
- The Alien Attack applet and the Bubble Sport applet are based on a sprite programming model from the book “The Black Art of Java Game Programming” by Joel Fan, Eric Ries and Calin Tenitchi.