Personal Projects and Mucking Around

© Luke Wallin 2005-2012



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Is your 2d engine available for download?

--sumiguchi 21st Jan 13 10:16

Spin Luke spin!

--Matthew 18th Nov 12 21:18

I like the new design - its less green :-)

Suggestions: MOAR DARLEKS

--Petey Shrew 02nd Jun 12 11:53

I like Pi

--Simon 25th May 12 23:35

It would be great to see this on Github. This is amazing work, I'm about to use it to replace my poor attempt at a 2-D scroller's collision detection system. Cheers.

--Eric Andrew Lew 21st Apr 12 20:27

As in, pseudo-3D? Nothing built in to do that, but shouldn't be too hard to adapt the renderer.

--luke 26th Feb 12 08:26

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I've been working on making my own DCC encoder for an automated model railway. Here is a photo of revision 1:

More detail soon!

By Luke on 28th March 2014. Permalink

New Game: Shooter

A new game! I've been working on this on and off over the summer. It's not finished yet, but it is very much playable now.

Screenshot of Shooter

By Luke on 26th September 2012. Permalink

Spirograph Progress

A slightly pointless, but quite funky animation of some gears!

Here is the finished Spirograph Generator

By Luke on 27th July 2012. Permalink


I'm in the process of writing a fractal generator! Click the pictures to see my progress so far

Fractal Fractal Fractal Fractal

By Luke on 6th July 2012. Permalink

New Website

Brand new website design! New, much tidier, code running underneath. New shiny urls and some new content. It's still a work in progress, but it's already surpassed my old website so I've decided to push it live.

A few old features and content are missing - some of these will make the transition over the next few days as I can get them working, some won't. Most noticeably is comments on news articles. I'd like to get these working but they were a terrible mess in the first place and will probably require re-writing.

Old website is still live at, and all the old links should be automatically forwarded to their new pages.

By Luke on 2nd June 2012. Permalink

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