My current project is a full-scale platform game with a unique control scheme and a rich 16-bit style. It's coming in 2019 for iOS, Android, and at least one other platform to be announced. You can read more about it here, or by following me on Twitter.

I made a mobile game called Satellina that came out in 2015. You can get it on your phone/tablet—iOS and Android. Critics called it "entrancing," "incredibly satisfying," "unique and mega-colorful," and a bunch of other nice things. Here is a trailer. People also liked the soundtrack, which you can download here and here.

A prequel of sorts, Satellina Zero, came out in 2016 for iOS and Android. Unlike the original, it generates its own soundtrack, saving valuable time and resources. Gamezebo called it "a brilliant mix of an arcade shooter, a music game, and a twitchy mobile gem." Since it's free, you can decide for yourself. Check out the trailer here.

Charlie Hoey and I created a warmly received NES-style video game adaptation of The Great Gatsby. You can play it here. Michael DiMotta did some really wonderful promotional art for it. Here are some nice pieces about it in The Wall Street Journal, Kotaku, The Rumpus, and Nintendo Player. And here's the chiptune-meets-ragtime soundtrack.

In 2012, the Gameological Society commissioned me and John Anderson-Lynch to develop a game based on a current news story. We came up with a satirical game called Super Debate 20XX.