Stream Warrior is a YouTube Live subscription notification program for Windows created in the Game Maker Language, a versatile scripting language originally designed for creating games. It integrates the YouTube and Gmail APIs to show customizable subscriber alerts to users, for use in video streaming software.
This is a Box2D physics rolling game made in Game Maker featuring a level editor. Level objects can be made using any image, and the software will use an ear-clipping algorithm to convert the object into polygon data. Level objects can then be placed and rotated in a level, and saved into JSON format.
This is a prototype for an RPG / dungeon-crawling game featuring procedurally generated characters and 2D dungeons, as well as basic inventory management. One feature not shown is the ability to transcribe character data into a trading card image by means of basic steganography.
This is a basic UDP client-server networking experiment. The client's input is buffered and sent to the server, who returns an object's x and y coordinates. A more efficient way to do real-time networking, however, would be to instead send the client's x and y deltas in sequence, and have them verified by the server.