I am available for professional game development. I specialize in C++ development and have experience with low-level APIs such as Direct3D, OpenGL, PhysX, as well as Unreal Engine; I can also do Vulkan work (the 'OpenGL replacement'). I have extensive experience developing VR (Virtual Reality) applications. I'm one of those developers you can throw virtually any kind of work at; contact me if you have a requirement to discuss - I'll let you know if I can assist or not. (I can also work remotely from anywhere and have experience with Git and Subversion.)
I also have broad cross-platform development experience (Windows, macOS, Linux).
As of writing, I'm currently working on a new (closed-source) game project in C++ with Unreal Engine, which I am able to periodically livestream on Twitch.
Below are several free or open source games I've written over the years as 'hobby side projects':
• Dave Gnukem A retro-style game that could perhaps be thought of as a parody (albeit not a very funny one) of the famous 1991 DOS classic, Duke Nukem 1. It is open source (C++) and has been ported to many platforms. It has a github repo.
• Still Yet Another Sokoban An open source implementation of the popular puzzle game, in which the goal is to push the crates onto the designated squares without getting stuck.
• Falling Blocks A game based on something resembling Tetris(TM) but in no way is it Tetris(TM).
Virtual Reality Work
In the past, years ago, I was one of the lead developers for the 5DT simulator systems such as these: