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|Post-Apocalypse Earth: Clearing Wuogs Sector||2004-08-07||Game, PC||N/A||Link|
|Deadly Division||2006-05-01||Game, Text-only, PC||N/A||Link|
|Kamek Versus Boo||2006-10-30||Game, By Morrad, PC||N/A||Link|
|Super Mario Cannon Splash||2007-04-29||Game, By Morrad, PC||N/A||Link|
|Genesis Demo 3||2007-09-17||Game, By Morrad, PC||N/A||Link|
|Genesis Demo 2||2007-09-27||Game, By Morrad, PC||N/A||Link|
|TypingTest||2007-11-13||Game, Text-only, PC||N/A||Link|
|The Drag Drop File Lister||2007-12-02||Utility, PC||N/A||Link|
|Paint WIP Grabber||2008-02-21||Utility, PC||N/A||Link|
|The DeMattei Project||2008-03-20||Utility, PC||1.0.0||Link|
|Humans Versus Robot||2008-04-10||Game, Bad, PC||N/A||Link|
|Rocket Soldier: Samus||2008-04-10||Game, PC||1.0.17||Link|
|Lexicon Drop||2008-04-10||Game, PC||N/A||Link|
A nice-quality short game in which you must fight two enemy ships that move around randomly. I do not remember where the background or music came from.
Text-only game that consists of you dividing large numbers repeatedly.
By Morrad. A minigame in which Kamek must hit specific sequences of arrows to ward off the Big Boo, surviving as long as possible. High quality.
This is an old program with some random image editing effects.
By Morrad. A minigame in which Mario must catch Bob-Ombs and throw them at fish. High quality.
By Morrad. Another short, incomplete demo version of Metroid Genesis. This one has a missile door and a couple space pirates.
By Morrad. A short, incomplete demo version of Metroid Genesis. This one has one more room than Genesis Demo 3.
Capable of moving or copying files either based on dates or ignoring them. It is great for making comprehensive back-ups and then updating only the new or modified files daily.
Allows the user to edit small files as binary digits. This is mainly for lazy coders who want to see what bits they got wrong in their file-saving procedures.
A tiny program that allows the user to type whatever (s)he wants and gives the user her/his average speed, ignoring any typoes.
A program designed to list files the user drags and drops into it. For programmers, it is a good example of a few neat tricks, so request the source code.
BatMon is not a Jamaican man with a bat disguise. It is a graphical battery monitor for Windows-based laptops. There are 26 different images (blue, yellow, or red; anywhere from full to empty) that appear in the system tray depending on how full the battery is. Just one click and you can exit it. Version 1.0.1 reloads itself if Explorer crashes.
Another fairly unfriendly program, MaskMaker was intended mainly for DeProgrammer's older programs, but it still has some uses. It changes white into black and every other color into white and allows you to copy the resultant image to the clipboard.
Takes a screenshot of MS Paint every time you let go of the mouse button. (Usually is declared by virus scanners to be a virus)
This is a lightweight and portable color-counting utility designed for pixel artists. It also helps you identify stray pixels--it sorts the palette by number of pixels per color.
Glowem is designed to repeatedly outline (up to 10 times) one specific color within an image. It works well with MaskMaker.
This is a pretty basic PC-based graphing calculator DeProgrammer made before he ever actually had to use a graphing calculator for math class.
Fair-quality game in which you must battle five robotic bosses, shooting only the red section on their armor. Some are significantly harder than others.
Rocket Soldier: Samus was a pretty sweet accomplishment back when I was 14 years old, you know. Up until recently, I had never made a game with even remotely smooth graphics; they all flickered and just looked awful in general up to that point. But then I learned about BitBlt, and after a few test projects with it, I decided to go all-out and make a full-scale game using what I had learned. The result was something I'm still happy with to this day.
A nice-quality game designed to help a few specific people learn how to spell. Customizeable words. The background was made by Guy Perfect, and the other graphics were taken from a NASA photograph.