My Games

The following games were created by me or I was part of the team making them. All of the games made only by me are available on itch.io and/or the Interactive Fiction Database. Below you'll find a description of each and a link to the game. You'll also find design documents for game ideas I have that are too complex for me alone to make.


In our modern world we share everything, at least online. So why not share your secret lair with more than your bunker buddies. Take a tour through your bunker using the built in security system to show off how you'll survive the apocalypse in style! Prepping has never been so snazzy or social media friendly!

This game was made for New Jam City, an unofficial Waypoint game jam. And was created using Twine. Live from the Bunker can be found at the IFDB.


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The MYNT system is designed to focus on storytelling through roleplaying. It can work with any setting. Combat is possible but it is not the focus of this system. It was designed to get players doing more than swinging swords or shooting blasters with the aim of beating a particular number in order to succeed. Action and adventure occur through twists and not continued success on the part of the hero.

Think Han Solo, Indiana Jones or Jack Sparrow having to talk, trick or fight their way out of a situation and being smart about it, but things never quite going as they planned. This system is designed for just such events. (How sad is it that I can only think of male characters that act in this manner.)


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The Integration Game

Experience the first interactions any immigrant goes through with the Finnish government. Find out if you qualify for integration courses! Or maybe you're already integrated! Just don't piss off the bureaucrat otherwise you'll have your benefits revoked. And don't ask to learn Swedish, Finland's other national language.

EU Migrants, students, refugees, asylum seekers and those coming to Finland to join their partners all experience the integration process to some degree. Few receive support, some don't. This game is not a 100% accurate depiction of the process or the factors determining who gets to take an integration course, merely a demonstration of what immigrants experience.

This game was created for 1-bit Clicker Jam by an actual immigrant, in Finland. It was created using Twine. The Integration Game is available on IFDB.

For more information about what it's like to integrate in Finland check out the podcast I produced for Kommunförbundet on SoundCloud.