Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint (2019 – now)
A sequel to Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, an open world game taking place on a fictional island called Auroa. Unlike past games, there is no briefing of the mission and push the true survival experience to the test while overcoming the dangers on a remote island. Breakpoint was released on October 4th, 2019 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Developed by Ubisoft.
I’m currently working on the game as a C++ gameplay programmer.
Wikipedia page: wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Clancy’s_Ghost_Recon_Breakpoint
Cult War (2019)
A small puzzle game based on agar.io mechanics developed by a team of 6 people for Ludum Dare 45 in three days using LÖVE game engine.
Life is Feudal (MMO, YO) (2018-2019)
Life is Feudal: MMO is a multiplayer sandbox RPG with survival aspects. Described as a “real life Medieval simulator MMO”, the game features a 21km x 21km world inspired by the cold regions of Northern Europe. Life is Feudal: MMO takes place in a realistic feudal setting where players work their way up from scavenging for materials and shelter to becoming a leader of a guild. The game features a crafting system, building features, and terraforming across the map – meaning players can build their own house and town anywhere in the world.
Developed by BitBox Ltd.
I worked on the game as a C++ programmer.
Armored Warfare Assault (2016-2018)
A mobile tank PvP action shooter game developed by Pushkin Game Studio and released in February 2018.
I worked on the game as a programmer (C++, Unreal Blueprints).
Google Play page: play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.my.awa
AppStore page: itunes.apple.com/us/app/armored-warfare-assault/id1081472257?mt=8
A simple and cute 2D platformer with puzzle elements that was made for Ludum Dare 38 in three days by a team of 6 people using LÖVE game engine.
A 2D puzzle game based on the Minesweeper mechanics. The game was made over three days by a team of four people using Corona game engine.
Google Play page: play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ruwhynot.awake
Gardenscapes (2014 — 2016)
A free-to-play game released by Playrix in August 2016. It is available on iOS, Android, Mac OS, Facebook, browser, and Nintendo 3DS. The game combines simulation elements and traditional match-3 mechanics. More than 7.5 million people play Gardenscapes every day. Facebook named it the game of the year in 2016.
I worked on the game as a programmer (C++, Lua, python) from Jul 2014 to Dec 2016.
Google Play page: play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.playrix.gardenscapes
AppStore page: itunes.apple.com/ru/app/gardenscapes-new-acres/id1105855019
Facebook’s 2016 Game of the Year (#1): developers.facebook.com/blog/post/2016/12/21/2016-games-of-the-year
The We (2014)
A mobile real-time strategy game. The player gets a new secret organization cell and should develop it into a full-fledged network. Developed by a team of two people using Cocos2d-x game engine.
The source code of the project: github.com/RuWhyNot/thewe
Stealth Game (2013 — 2014)
A game prototype that features extensible AI of the bots. Written in C++. Uses HGE as the graphics library and Lua as the scripting language for AI.
The game has a dynamic two-dimensional light feature. The game includes a level editor.
The source code of the project: github.com/RuWhyNot/stealthgame
Infinity World (2011 — 2013)
First-person single-player shooter with RPG mechanics. I worked on this game with a team of great people as a programmer (Unreal Script, C++) and project manager.
The main feature of the game was procedurally generated buildings and stellar map.
2D puzzle game where the player has to break into electronic locks by manipulating the values of bits in the memory of the lock device. The player can modify values of bits by applying the bitwise logical operations And, Or and Xor to memory locations.
The game has two game modes: chain of pre-packaged levels and hacking a random lock. There are also presented an interactive tutorial explaining the gameplay mechanics through a chain of levels.
You could use one of two display modes: Classic, where the player would manipulate numeric values, and modern where the player manipulates the colored blocks and the value of the bits is determined by the brightness of these blocks.
Includes a level editor.
The game was developed in C++ and had a limited version on Java.
First-person single-player shooter. Developed by a team of 4 people in 4 months using Unreal Engine 3.5 technology.
According to the plot, as predicted ” end of the world” in 2012 the Earth was occupied by aliens. The protagonist is a fighter of a special forces squad. His task is to find 3 artifacts, open a portal to the alien ship and get there. Throughout the level, the player will encounter difficult armed enemies of different kinds.
I participated in the development as a 3D artist and level designer. During the development, I have recreated the interiors of Norilsk Industrial Institute and some of the interior decorations.
Project page: facebook.com/pages/NII-2012/258800310833742
Liberals vs Radicals (2010)
My first finished game. Developed as part of “Games Pack for Delphi”. I’ve also participated in the development of another two games from this package.
In this game, you have to run away from aggressive squares, firing them with a semi-automatic gun and putting bombs. The hero has a stock of magazines for his gun with 30 rounds of ammunition each, as well as a few bombs. You can force-reload, and all ammo in abandoned magazines will be lost. To gain better scores you need to survive as long as possible.
If a square was not killed for a long time it starts to get more aggressive and moves faster. There are several levels of difficulty which affect the speed of the enemies and the damage caused by them. There was also a save-load system and the ability to pause the game.