30 Clicks (Java game)
30 Clicks is a game that I made using Java and the Slick2d graphics library. It can run on any operating system that supports Java, and can even run on Windows without having Java installed. This game tests how quick and accurate your mouse skills are. Buttons randomly appear on-screen with a number on them. You have to click the buttons that many number of times. Sounds simple, but it can be addicting. It can also be used a an FPS trainer. It has all the same challenges as a regular FPS game: target acquisition, quick and accurate mouse movements, and seeing how many times to fire the gun (to click). If the file uploaded is outdated or doesn't work, you can also download the game at: http://cmagames.webs.com/30clicks.htm
I am a talented Java programmer who can also program in other languages such as C++ and C#. Examples of my work can be found in my portfolio. I am also a native US English speaker and strive to perfect my English, so I can write articles without spelling or grammar mistakes. As for my bids, they may not always be the lowest, but the quality of my work will always be high. I always treat a project as if it is my own personal project.