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A resource for Arvopia and other projects
(Website's currently being updated)
NBT Video Essay
A 20 min video essay explaining the details of the NBT format, how to use it, and comparisons to other general format JSON.
A essay sat here on this website explaining the intricacies of 3D graphics, starting from nothing.
A fully customizable graphic eye-candy using a bunch of particles and the power of "Vector Fields"
An original title
A game based on strategically planting "Schutes" that you can then climb and use to collect coins and beat levels
My old longest standing project. It's a little misc platformer game with NPCs, crafting, and combat
Arvopia Level Creator
A quick level making tool that was used before Arvopia had it's own levelCreator built in
Misc Arvopia Tools
A couple different tools used for development in Arvopia. Animation, Menu designer, and Server testing included.
A small little program that takes an image and makes a NormalMap out of it
A compact tool for making, saving, and opening Minecraft maps
A submission for the ScoreSpace GameJam. Composed of platforms that fall, and you having to jump to live
A small chunk-based simulation of the cellular automata, Langton's Ant
A to-scale representation of the Solar System, made for a school project, based on a funsie on this website: Starfield
NBT - Lost in the Shadows
Video essay on a lesser-known file format, and the general principals of File formats in general!
We have many different types of files with many different ways to store data. Some types of files try to be very general in the data you can store. One very popular general-data format is "JSON." However, I believe there are alternatives that do a better job of storing data for programs and devices, and one of these types is "NBT."