Vincent Kruger — Game Developer

Collection

This a collection of various games/projects I made throughout the years.
Maybe something catches your eye.

CokaRoach A 2D-Endless runner made in MonoGame(XNA) as part of our college's MonoGame course. This was a 3-man project, I did the majority of the coding and also made most of the in-game sounds by mouth.
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Main Menu. Created using enumerations.

Gameplay Screen

An easter egg when clicking on the main menu.

Gameplay Video

Kings Created for MGSA CompI

For more info see: My Entry For CompI

It uses and abuses the characters created by Evan Greenwood/FreeLives.

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Duck U! This was made for Padstal Game Jam #2 using Unity. A 4-player arena battle where you play as a duck.
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2-Player Gameplay. Actually me just playing with both hands.

4-Player split-screen.

Dungeon Crawler For our final C++ college project we were required to implement a few things, such as arrays, pointers etc. We were told it is fine if we simply have them all implemented alone, ex: Press 1 for iterating an array, Press 2 for accessing a pointer etc.

However, I wanted to implement them together and the idea of a text-based game came to mind. This is the end-result, I have a few items that can drop to improve stats and monsters level up as you progress.
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Start Screen

Example of fighting. It works on a DnD type system where your roll (D20) needs to beat their armor class to be able to do damage.

PacMan Clone I made this out of curiosity. I read about the different AI each ghost has and set of to try and do it.
That ended up being the easy part, as I created this in VisualStudio using only WindowsForms+C#. So I had to code the collisions so PacMan doesn't go through walls etc.

I had a blast though, oh and the map (including the spawns of the player and ghosts) is controlled and generated from a text-file, so you can build custom maps.
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Forgot To crop this one out.

Gameplay Video

Casino Game – Download

This was made in Visual Studio Windows Forms as a college project

When getting a match of 2.

Gameplay Video

Invoker Training I made this while I was bored in class and before I actually had played Invoker. I believe this is where my love for the hero started.
Link to my DotaBuff
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Me practicing some combos.

Generic Sidescroller I made this for a live workshop/class I gave to the students at my college to get them used to Unity.
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Gameplay Video. Jumping on an enemy’s head kills it.

Street (Cat) Fighter I made this for a second live workshop/class I gave to the students at my college showing them some more advanced 2D concepts. Like raycasts and timing functions with animations.
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Pressing in a direction along with an appropriate action button like kick allows you to highkick/lowkick etc.

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R2-D2 An R2-D2 I modeled in 3DS-Max.

I know my polys aren’t the best, I have since learnt to have cleaner polys.

V-Bingo This was made for GGJ-2016, my first ever game jam. I worked on a group where they gave the gameplay ideas and art and I implemented the programming.
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Death Sprite

Gameplay Video

RollABall – Download

I started with the Roll-A-Ball tutorial from Unity when learning and built-upon it ending with this.

When enough points have been collected, the beam changes color indicating you can now finish the level

Tron 2D A 2-Player face off, where hitting an existing wall kills you, and the lighter colored areas represent where you can cross. Made using WindowsForms and C#
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Gameplay Video

Shooter Game – Download

A simple game we made as part of our MonoGame Course

Ghost Game One of the first games I made for our games development course at college. It is a memory game where you need to remember the sequence in which the ghosts appeared.
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Droppa – Download

A simple game I made in VisualStudio when I was bored in class.

Pong Basic – Download

I always make a pong game when learning a new language. It all started in highschool with Delphi and I have since done it in almost every language I have learned, even in MS Access as a VBA script. This one is C#