Welcome to my game gallery, featuring a collection of games I created during my early coding adventures. Developed in GW-BASIC, QBASIC, and in some cases embellished with graphic routines in assembly, these relics offer a glimpse into my journey of mastering the art and science of coding.

As I resurrect these vintage creations and bring them to life on my MacBook, I’ll continue to expand this gallery. But for now, immerse yourself in a classic: Tetris, circa 1995, presented in its original ASCII glory, a testament to the simplicity and charm of early game development.

Tetris [QBasic, 1995]

The original QBasic code was compiled into a Unix Executable File using QB64. Note that ASCII characters may not display correctly when opening the source code on modern systems.