Neil Rajah is my most ambitious project to date. It is also the most polished and complete game I have created so far. Neil Rajah is a retro side-scrolling platformer, with a story that loosely borrows from Indian mythology. The gameplay is somewhat similar to Robot Unicorn Attack – your character runs on his own, and you control the jumping and shooting. There are currently 40 levels (I have plans to add more), and a store where you can buy upgrades that change the gameplay.
Bus Jumper is my most successful game so far, with over 160,000 installs as of February 2012. This is a side-scrolling platformer with one-touch controls – tap the screen to jump the bus. The idea of jumping a bus across bridges and roads is reminiscent of the movie ‘Speed’, and the game features humorous powerups and obstacles.
sCatter is the first game I ever wrote. It’s a cat-herding puzzle game, where your goal is to get all the cats into the house before the timer runs out. The game uses box2d for physics, so the cats scatter quite realistically when you touch the screen.
Drippy the Raindrop is a jumping platformer, similar to Doodle Jump or Abduction. This is a simple game with cute graphics, good for kids.