- Front-end website desiged with Photoshop
- Back-end developed with PHP with Laravel and MySQL databases
- Responsive Web Design
- Multiplatform mobile application development with Haxe / OpenFl
- Promotional Video design with After Effects
Puzzle Command is an in-house project. I have personally enjoyed logic and puzzles games since childhood. After playing recent brain training games such as Big Brain Academy and Brain Age, I wanted to make a series of brain training games and release them for free for all to play. There a few brain training games available on the market with subscription models and I wanted people to be able to improve their cognitive abilities for free.
Puzzle Command was a challenging project. I wanted to release it on as many platforms as possible without porting the code to each platform independently. For this project I used Haxe; a cross-platform toolkit. I wrote the games once and compile them to run on the Web (Flash or HTML5), Android, and iOS devices with a simple change in the command line.
The back-end was developed using the open source framework Laravel. The Laravel framework allowed Puzzle Command to be written in the Modal-View-Controller architecture. This also organized the code for re-usability and easier updates in the future. Based on the experience gained in this project I will be recommending Laravel or a similar MVC framework for heavy back-end driven websites like Puzzle Command.
Puzzle Command can be played on the web at puzzlecommand.com, on Android, and on iOS.