I'm currently developing video games for single-board computers like Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone Black, and EOMA68. My first game is called Labyrinth of the Dead. Along with Labyrinth I'm developing a game engine and several prototypes to help refine it, and eventually a complete gaming system for personal computers.

About Me

I grew up playing games and programming a little on my family's Atari 400/800/XL/XE personal computers. I moved on to games on the Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64, Playstation, and Playstation 2. I continued programming on x86 computers for the most part.

I'm now developing games on the Pygame platform for personal computers including Windows and GNU/Linux computers. I'm focusing on indie game development using Free Software tools and Free Culture art, exercising the right to sell Free Software and am diligently working to publish several simple games for the personal computer.

A note on website design

This web-page is designed to be incredibly simple in order to be viewable and style-able. I encourage people to try viewing this website using any browser to check for compatibility and compliance errors. I also encourage you to try styling it; for example by making all the lists into word clouds or something; or floating all the blocks of text to different areas. Test the limits of CSS! Then e-mail me to tell me how I got it wrong.


You can contact me via email via ericxdu23 at gmail dot com, or instant messenger via ericxdu at jabber dot at. I post periodically on GNU social.