Simon here again. Lately, I’ve started taking tetris a lot more seriously. Back in May, I just randomly thought “remember tetr.io? I feel like I should have another try at … Continue reading Yet unnamed tetris game/map editor hybrid thing
After writing our blog together earlier this week, stipulating how bad some folks are at finishing projects, Simon sat down and programmed a Sudoku player in just two hours! You … Continue reading Sudoku Player in p5.JS and Why JS is Weird
Now that Simon has his desktop spot again, he seems to be back in his element, devoting many hours a day to a project, then getting a new idea, starting … Continue reading Jelly is Sticky, Collision is Tricky
Simon has been working on a rather large project creating a web version of Cell Machine: Mystic Mod. It’s a puzzle game where you win a level by predicting what … Continue reading Yet Unnamed Cell Machine Mod
Processing.org is the to-go place for all autodidacts to learn creative coding and this weekend it is celebrating its 20th birthday Simon and his friends Abhay and Sarvagya have made … Continue reading Celebrating Processing
Cubing craze has reached a whole new level as Simon’s speed cube shop order is stuck at the customs in Brussels and his last old speed cube is broken. What … Continue reading Rubik’s Cube Simulator and More
Simon has been working on a hole load of projects together with his friend Abhay. Many remain unfinished as they both enjoy tinkering with the algorithms more than giving that … Continue reading New Colabs: Proximity Game, Uno and Chess
This year has been a year of revelations in terms of how we visually perceive the world and whether those new nuggets of knowledge can be reflected in digital art. … Continue reading Visual Perception Hacks
Simon has challenged himself to make a game in 1 hour. That worked. Then he made another game in just 45 minutes. He recorded this latest challenge so you can … Continue reading Making a Game in 45 Minutes. Code Along!
Simon’s code: https://editor.p5js.org/simontiger/sketches/5Sx2Solm7 Simon made this by reverse-engineering Primer’s project as shown in his video Simulating Natural Selection.
Simulation of multiple particles connected mutually with springs. Made for Dan from the Coding Train. Simon’s original code with 2 particles: https://editor.p5js.org/simontiger/sketches/18ib3ZNKm Four particles: https://editor.p5js.org/simontiger/sketches/gkexoSqZZ Simon has also started building … Continue reading Particles connected with springs and Simon’s Physics Library