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Fatal League Free available

Saturday, June 11th, 2011

Fatal League Free is now available in App Store as well. This is a free demo of Fatal League and includes the first season of the full game. Some features like multiplayer and some of the art and music is also removed.

Fatal League in App Store!

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

Fatal League is finally complete and available in App Store. Fatal League is a turn-based RPG for the iPhone heavily inspired by old-school RPGs and strategy games. The game is challenging and has way more depth and strategy than your typical iPhone game. You can find more information about the game on the official Website.

I worked on the game with some friends in my spare time. I did the coding for the project and as this was my first step into iPhone programming, there was quite a bit of learning involved.

Tornio family tree

Saturday, July 24th, 2010

I worked on a little genealogy project last summer, building a family tree for the Tornio family based on genealogy data gathered by Rakel Kuronen. Main goal of the project was to transfer Rakel’s work of many years to digital format. I also added some more recent information and limited data from my mother’s side. While there are many good solutions available for storing family trees, I decided to develop my own in order to learn some Javascript and Ajax on the side. The basic user interface is pretty basic though (mainly just HTML+CSS), most of the advanced stuff is used on the editing side of things. For displaying database statistics I made heavy use of Google Chart API.


Nettimotti 0.8

Wednesday, August 20th, 2008

Again, a new version of NettiMotti is available. Changes include an improved map editor (still undocumented/unsupported, though), alliances between players and numerous bug fixes and other improvements. Maps from older NettiMotti versions are not compatible with this release.

NettiMotti 0.6

Sunday, August 3rd, 2008

There’s a new version of NettiMotti available. Some new features, lots of bug fixes and a lot cleaner GUI.

Motti is now NettiMotti and NettiMotti 0.5 released

Sunday, July 27th, 2008

Motti is now officially known as NettiMotti. There’s also a new beta (0.5) available, with improved GUI and many minor improvements.

Motti 0.4

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008

There’s a new beta of Motti available with basic multiplayer support. While the current GUI is rather basic, the game itself is already quite stable (apart from some issues with network code).

Motti (working title) beta available

Saturday, July 19th, 2008

There’s an early beta and an info page about our latest project, a game based on the old DOS wargame Motti – The Game. This is intended as a relatively quick coding project, so don’t expect anything too ambitious. 🙂 Game is coded in Java, GUI is still rather messy but the game is already playable and has basic AI opponents.

Site problems and .Net framework

Tuesday, October 15th, 2002

There’s still the problem with the navigation bar jumping around, finally working on it. 🙂

Lately, I received some questions pertaining the .Net Architecture (or .Net Framework) required by Ultimate Renamer. Unfortunately, the download instructions weren’t too clear about this, so it’s a time for some clarification.

In short, .Net Framework is a big part of the future the way Microsoft envisions it. All software created using Visual Studio .Net (be it VB .Net, C++ .Net, C# or any other future language MS adds to the .Net family) will require it, and it will be a crucial part of the next version of Windows OS. (aka Longhorn)

The .Net Framework is available both on Windows Update or Here. Since the entire .Net Framework takes over 20MB it isn’t practical to include it with Ultimate Renamer or any other small software distributed over Internet.

Considering a great number of modern software already ship with or require the .Net Framework, you are quite likely to already have the .Net Framework files installed, and you can simply download the package for Ultimate Renamer and install it.

If this is not the case however, download the .Net Framework files from Microsoft, install them, and then proceed with Ultimate Renamer installation. If problems arise, feel free to contact me or Microsoft support. (they are paid for that, I’m not 😉

Ultimate Renamer available!

Saturday, August 24th, 2002

A public preview of Ultimate Renamer is finally available. Download it here. This version only contains a basic renaming module, but more advanced modules
will be added later when they are considered bug-free enough.