Enemy Database is a GameJam game that I made for the ‘A Game By It’s Cover 2019’ jam where you had to use a cart from Famicase 2019 as your inspiration. I decided quickly on Enemy Database, a cart that gave me plenty of ideas to make a sci-fi themed first person shooter where you would recover enemies to a big database while taking part in a small story of sorts.
My goal with The Proton Orders was to make a game I have wanted to play since a while back now; Something like Earth Defense Force mixed with Borderlands, a third person shooter where you defeat tons of enemies, collect loot, upgrade your character to unlock skills and abilities to rinse and repeat over and over. I wanted to make a product that could be commercially viable, something that became an issue later on.
100RTBD is a game I've started so long ago that I can't really remember what my goal was at the time, it was related to including a story in one of my games, and making a metroidvania. The core idea was that you would explore 10 grids of 10x10 rooms in order to level up, fight enemies, get items, solve puzzles and figure out the story behind the game through text terminals, hidden messages in enemy descriptions and cutscenes.