Hunter Forsyth

Hi! I make games and other software. Here you can find some of my work.   |

Galaxy Trader

A peaceful, open-world space RPG. It focuses on exploration, cargo hauling, and trading.

   Google Play

ReactionLab 2

A popular 8-bit particle sandbox game for Android (and formerly iOS). It's inspired by games like 'Falling Sand'.


   Google Play  |  App Store (Discontinued)


A unique puzzle game for Android. Match tiles and plan ahead, over 100 levels to solve.

   Google Play

Junkyard Wars

Use your magnet to help clean up trash! Compete against your rival in splitscreen multiplayer.
A student game for CSC404 at UofT. Made with 5 other students.

   Trailer (YouTube)

   Download (MacOS only, ~215MB)

Forest Demo

Shoot the skeletons with magic, don't die!
This is a quick demo built with Unity, it's not a complete game. All 3D models and assets are original.

   Download (Windows only, ~50MB)


A desktop widget for Windows. It displays CPU usage as an animated wave, and supports album art display.

   Download  |  You will also need Rainmeter

Better Weather Widget

A configurable weather widget for Android. Photos come from Flickr and can be from your current location, or from custom search terms.

   Google Play (Discontinued)

Stocks for Android Wear

The first standalone stocks app for Android Wear.
Free stock price APIs are harder to come by nowadays, and the app has since been discontinued.

   Google Play (Discontinued)

Other Projects

[2016] Tap Tap Bug - HTML5 canvas game for CSC309 at UofT.

[2016] Smarthome Controller - Control Philips Hue from the command line.

[2016] Ghosts & Pac-Man (with Lennox Ho) - Smarter Pac-Man ghosts using various AI techniques.

[2015] ReactionLab 2 Viewer for Pebble - View ReactionLab 2 drawings on a Pebble Smartwatch. Very beta.

[2014] ReactionLab 1 - The original ReactionLab (Android only).

[2012] Curvatron - An HTML5 canvas drawing experiment.

[2012] MeteorCatcher - An experimental HTML5 canvas game.

[2012] Invasion - An experimental HTML5 space game for phones (visit the link on mobile!).