- Boxed (20 June 2004)
Cage the squirrels by pushing boxes around them. But beware: the squirrels bite. As the levels increase not only do the squirrels multiply, but they quicken and the boxes needed to confine them become scarce!
- Chair Equals Money Game (2 April 2003)
The official Schmitztech.com Chair Equals Money game! Push around the chairs and turn them into money in a Sokoban-like game. The simple rules only betray the complex strategy required.
- Lights Out (11 October 2002)
A lights out clone. Try to turn off all the lights, but when you click on a square, not only does the illumination of that square toggle, but it inverses those horizontally and vertically adjacent too. Simple, yet very challenging!
- Schmitriz (20 August 2002)
A straightforward, sleek, efficient, and robust Tetris clone. Additionally it features customizable background, customizable piece pictures, and a competitive two player mode. Without a doubt Schmitriz is my favorite Tetris, rivaled only by the originals.
- Schnake (15 January 2002)
Schnake is a snake/nibbles game. Eat to your hearts content, but be careful. As you eat, you gain length. Eventually, you need to twist your lengthy body into a tight structure to avoid crashing into yourself and rupturing your appetite.
- Prime Tools for Windows (15 March 2001)
This is a Windows version of the collection of console executables that solve for prime numbers. The programs check if x is prime, solve for all the primes less than x, solve for the first x primes, and more.
- API Spy (15 June 2000)
Not only can this program spy on window handles, classes, and captions, but it also can send messages and search for windows. When you send messages, it even generates code that, when compiled in VB, replicates the process!
- Prime Tools (15 March 2000)
This is a collection of console executables that solve for prime numbers. The programs check if x is prime, solve for all the primes less than x, solve for the first x primes, and more.
- Keep of the Demon Lord (15 February 2000)
My first major project in Visual Basic. A mediocre (but nostalgic) role-playing game.