I have always enjoyed computer games and I love making my own. They are published on harmmade.com. Go to my games »
Occasionally I do freelance software development. I have been working as a freelance software developer since the beginning of 2010. Actually, I am an aerospace engineer who loves making software (especially games) more than making airplanes. I have been programming since 2002 and from 2006 I worked as a software engineer in aerospace related projects.
My area of expertise is programming simulations and games in C/C++. I am also familiar with Java, PHP, MySQL and a range of other languages. Have a look at my projects to get a good idea of my expertise or read more about my experience on my LinkedIn page. Go to my projects » or More about me »
|location||Delft, The Netherlands|
These are the games I have created and some examples of projects I have delivered as a freelancer.
Vector Racer Puzzles transforms turn-based racing into a challenging puzzle game. Play 54 levels in 2 game modes. Master each level to collect all 324 stars! Play »
Starfighter is an arcade-style 2D space combat game currently under development. In this preview you fly a spaceship to hunt down drones. But watch out for asteroids! Play by yourself or together with (or against) a friend on the same computer. Play »
Vector Racer is a turn-based racing game. It is an online reincarnation of a paper and pencil game that has been around for decades. The game simulates a car race on a squared sheet of paper. You move from one grid point to another and have to try to get to the finish in the least amount of turns. More info » or Play »
I made a flight simulator game for an exhibit at the Science Centre Delft. The game showcases research on three-dimensional synthetic vision displays for aircraft conducted by the Control and Simulation division of Delft University of Technology. More info »
I have developed a driving game called 'Slim Stuur' (smart steering wheel) for an exhibition at the Science Centre Delft. In this game, the player is able to experience hands-on the results of research conducted by Delft University of Technology regarding haptic feedback in steering wheels. More info »