Cereal Box Art
I wanted to make comedy out of something weird and new. I didn’t have money to buy art supplies, so for a while I collected cereal box scraps and had fun arranging them in weird ways.
Cornflake Simulator Game
I programmed a Cornflake Simulator comedy video game. In this game, you play as a Cornflake. You can’t actually really control or do anything because you are a cornflake. Just sit back and relax.
Game will take a moment to load. Best to play in fullscreen with your volume on!
You can actually rotate one of the cornflakes by clicking the ‘A’ and ‘D’ keys. Try to see if you can find which one.
You can pause the game by clicking ‘P.’ Pausing and Unpausing makes the spoon stir way faster, causing the flakes to go flying sometimes.
Credits: Modeling assets & programming are rearranged scraps from a school group project where you play as a fly in a bowl of soup. If you look closely, you can tell that all the cornflakes are actually tiny chunks of salmon. Original music by Nathan Hurdle.
I got started in comedy as a member of my college’s improv group, “The Drexel Football Team.” All of these rad posters were done by my close friend, Mike Chen.
I am going to start a podcast with a good friend of mine. I would like to apologize to everyone for this awful decision. Stay tuned.