Shadowy Men
Last Window: The Secret of Cape West

This page has a list of my waiting list projects, each with write-ups — inspiration, personal opinions, et cetera. They are mostly in alphabetical order.


The idea behind this module came from an interesting practice routine I learned about on the radio. It involves tapping out a rhythm while answering maths problems, and I figured that that’d be a cool module.

It’s incredibly unfinished, though.

Blood on the Clocktower


Made in a place of pure darkness. I would have released it a while ago, but the current input method is far too long. It’s also super edgy for no reason, although it does look really cool.

The name is a reference to another module called Tachycardia.

Cross Examination

Gosh, this one’s been in the works for quite some time now!

This module is based off Ace Attorney, and it has you find a contradiction in witness testimony. However, you don’t know what’s in each piece of evidence! That’s for the experts to find out.

Its file size is huge because of all the sprites it uses. Basically all characters from Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney to Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney can appear as witnesses on it!

The one thing holding this module back, though, is writing dialogue. It’s very daunting, and all possible lines have to work with each other.


Quite a simple concept — wait for a little while between solves. That’s it, that’s all you have to do. But I like it!

It does need a visual rework, though — I made it years ago.

Frogordered Keys




One question I had spawned this module. “What if we have a keypad, but one of the keys is missing?”

This is a sibling of Cryptic Keypad, and is very unfinished, but it has potential! I think it looks okay, too.


Based on the game show of the same name. It’s basically done, but I’m not releasing it yet for three reasons:

  1. I don’t like the sound design.
  2. It’s very similar to a module called Wordle, and I’m still unsure if it’s different enough.
  3. It kinda feels a bit cheesy, to me.


Password PINifier

When I got my debit card, I needed a way of obtaining my PIN number if I forgot it. So, I wrote a program in Python that takes a password and converts it into a 4-digit PIN, and adjusted it, such that when I enter my password, it gives the correct PIN.

This module uses the same algorithm — take the values of each character in the password and multiply them by a set of predetermined values, configured to output the correct PIN. To solve it, you have to calibrate it to do just that.

Runner Tracking

A module that replicates one of the Brain Training minigames that I thought might work well as a module.

I’m not a huge fan of it, and it doesn’t work very well. It takes ages to generate each round, and rounds 2 and 3 are completely busted. :(

Stradella Bass


The Grand Grimoire

Zeroes and Ones