It was a pure coincidence that I ended up majoring in game development.
Since I ever started writing code, I've been making webpages all the time. I always thought that I would get into a software engineering major and started working long as I graduate. When I was filling the college application form, a game development major fell into my sight. "This could be fun," I thought, so I put that into the form. Very surprisingly, I really made it into this major, advancing the 2nd student on the rank by a total score count of 20😅 Though it was not my original attempt to study game development, but as we have an old saying in ancient China: "One has come, one shall stay well", I tried my best to do the job.
My first ever developed on videogame.
My only non-digital game design.
She Has Been
It's where I started fiddling around with optical tricks.
A loussy homage to Road Rash, but made with Win32 APIs...?
A music game.
Imagine you are in your imagination.
The final version of my self-made game framework.
To Kill That Cartoonist
Videogame, but arranged in comic storyboards.
The New Religion
When the nucleic acid tests become pilgrimages.
A 3D motion adventure game.
A Chinese-style first-person phychological horror game.