About Me

I'm Joe Koop (duh). I've been teaching myself how to web develop for several years. I first started when I got a RaspberryPi for Christmas in the early 2010s. My dad showed the basics of HTML (<html>, <head>, <title>, <body>, <p>, and <a>), and how to look stuff up, even though it took my poor Pi a good minute to start Firefox.


Cheezy is a puzzle game. The goal of the game is to clear the board of cheese by clicking (or taping) them. Play around with the shapes on the right (or the bottom), and have something for your brain to do. Click on this link to play
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Irradiant is a "per-triangle" 3D render engine, meaning it doesn't trace light rays like ray-tracing engines do. Instead it computes colours for each triangle, individually. This makes it very fast, but it doesn't look very good. Especially in its current state, because I don't know what I'm doing. If you see "Vector3D" somewhere, that's just its old name. Download version
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Yuft is kinda' like an inventory system, but sort of not. I made it with the intention of making it easier to know who had what, so I knew who to ask for a thing if we were out of them. Right now, it still needs some serious working on, but I am.. slowly.. Download version 0.1.2
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