Complete Minigame List

A mostly complete list of some shorter throwaway games I’ve made, including kotm games and other minigames not mentioned elsewhere on the site. Doesn’t include minigames that are part of compilations, like, say, Deterministica or Maverick Bus.

-= 2012 =-

The Lonely Wizard [with Alan Hazelden]

-= 2011 =-

January 2011:
How the world ends [with Ricky Haggett]

-= 2010 =-

December 2010:

November 2010:
My Game

October 2010:

September 2010:
Graveyard Graveyard Revolution

August 2010:
Wamlevraw [with Christiaan Janssen]

July 2010:
Snowdrift [with Stephen Lavelle]
Vegetable Game

June 2010:
Blind Faith [with Richard Perrin]

May 2010:

April 2010:

March 2010:
Envy for Lucky Sally
GDC 2010: The Game
Terry Cavanagh: World’s Most Dangerous Accordion Player

February 2010:
Win Conditions
Table Quiz
Horse Melting Game
Crush Fetish Trilogy [with Stephen Lavelle]

January 2010:

-= 2009 =-

September – December 2009:

August 2009:
Noise Game

June-July 2009:

May 2009:
Sine Wave Ninja

April 2009:

March 2009:

February 2009:

January 2009:
Save the Universe

8 Comments so far

  1. Eric the Rexman on December 21st, 2010

    How do I play “My Game”?

  2. RonnyDE on February 12th, 2011

    Yes, how dows “My GAme” work? I couldn’t figure it out.

  3. gabriel on October 8th, 2011

    I like your games, especially the artwork but they are a ted to easy to be really challanging.
    Anyway, keep going on.

  4. Zerdamia on April 22nd, 2012

    Like My Game says, “I MADE A GAME you will never play it”, so you can not play it. 😀

  5. Gimer on August 12th, 2012

    LOL – I just played Graveyard Graveyard Revolution.

  6. Anonymous on November 29th, 2012

    Wasn’t there a game where you had to buy shares in celebrities?

  7. MarionLAsticot on December 20th, 2018

    There’s a game called Aquarium that used to be stored on distractionware. Will we see it again?

  8. Anonymous on April 10th, 2021

    How I miss the days of playing Vegetable Game. It brought both younger and older me a lot of joy.

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