Sn4k3

Sn4k3 was an awesome project back in our younger high schools days. My friend, Josh Haimson and I developed this game from the ground up, using Java. Essentially it’s a simple snake clone. Unfortunately we never got around to finishing it (although I may go back if I have free time to do some work on it), but it has all it’s core features. You start as the one circle green snake. Your food is the yellow circles that spawn. The point of the game…eat as much as you can before you die…how do you die? You’ll die by running into one of the boundaries, or by colliding into yourself. The game features four difficulties: Easy, Medium, Hard and Very Hard. My high score….182 on Hard and…. 47 on very hard… Very fun game. Unfortunately one of the things we never got around to adding was a restart menu but like I said I may go back and rebuild it for funsies.

Anyways heres the downloads:

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n0t3pad – A java programmed notepad

n0t3pad was a simple program I wrote to show off simple file opening/saving functions and clipboard functions. The program is…well… A simple notepad application. It’s basic functions included file opening, file saving, copy, cut and pasting to/from clipboard. I’m too lazy to compile the program into a executable JAR so I’m simply releasing the source.

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Burger King Coupon Generator

NOTE: This coupon generator may no longer work. It’s been ages since I’ve actually been to a Burger King.

On the back of every Burger King receipt is a blank line, and a phone number for a survey. Once you call the number and complete the survey the representative will then give you a coupon code which you could then write on the line. Upon bringing the receipt back to Burger King they would reward you with a free sandwich or fries or whatever the free food was. Like I said I don’t really remember anymore. I’m not even sure if the survey is still there and if it is if it’s for the same reward and using the same algorithm. Basically the algorithm was simply two letters followed by six random numbers. The two letters however were determined by whatever month it was that the survey was taken in. The program simply, runs and auto detects the month. It then just generates 6 random numbers for that months code. Simple and effective and I remember at the time of development it worked beautifully.

Anyway since I’m sharing all my old code and programs I figured this would be a fine one to share as well.

Downloads:

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