Since @ Architect got the ball rolling I thought I would share my submissions…
The first is a relatively simple platformer with 4 levels. Each time you complete the 4 levels you get an extra life and the game speeds up slightly. The video is slightly older so it only shows 3 levels, you will have to play the game to see the 4th level.
Without further ado I introduce to you RETRO Cave Dweller
My second submission is a maze scrolling game. I really wanted to see if I could build a largish maze that the player could navigate. In this game you try to collect the flags before you run out of fuel or one of the other 3 computer controlled cars catch you. Beware they are more intelligent than they seem and will try box you in.
RETRO City Rally
This third submissions actually started as a completely different game. I wanted to build a 3d engine that I would use to create a flight simulator and this code was just simple code to test various aspects of the 3d engine before getting into the real game. My daughter saw it and started playing with it, just flying around in a star field and she was quite taken by it so I decided to add some enemy ships, some shoot and sound effects and tada I had a simple game. Not pretty but quite challenging and a little fun to play. You play until you miss 50 enemy ships, see how many hits you get
RETRO Space Raiders
And for the fourth and final submission there is not much to say, I had previously posted about this one. It is an emulator of the Chip-8 virtual machine running original Chip-8 games. I did not write any of the games, just the emulator so I am not sure it counts.
The code for each of the above games will be made public on 03/02/2015 and the links posted here.