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Project collection

A list of various side projects I find time to deal with besides my regular job.

Projects

Kenc.Facebook

.net projects, not running under the Universal App Platform, are missing a proper Facebook Graph API.

Due to the need of one, using a non-deprecated version of Graph API, I started to build my own.

for now the source code is closed, however the plan is to release it on GitHub as soon as possible.

The compiled assembly is available as a nuget package.

For more information, please consult its dedicated page.

Mafia, City of Lost Heaven remake

One of the best game of "newer" times, in my 'book' is the original Mafia : The City of Lost Heaven.

The first-person-shooter came out in 2002 and finally a newer game had a significant amount of story-telling and great gameplay instead of just "fancy-graphics".

The game tells the story of Thomas "Tommy" Angelo, a Lost Heaven cab driver in the 1930's during the prohibition. One late night where Tommy is doing his cab duties, his path is suddenly crossed with those of two henchmen from the Sallieri family. After helping the two henchmen escape, Tommy seeks help from their organisation and is accepted into the "family".

The remake is first and foremost a pure graphical make-over, recreating the entire city and landscape in CryEngine. At this stage I do not have any expectations of re-creating the storyline and AI in the game.

For more information, please consult its dedicated page.

ErDetFake.dk

Towards the end of 2016, my facebook feed was filled with fake giveaways. A trend had appeared where Facebook pages disguised themselves as legitimate brands, offering competitions to win popular products, such as Playstations, iPhones and fully-paid vacations.

The catch? There were no winners and while the pages were getting likes and their posts spread all across Facebook, the team behind started sharing links to get products extremely cheap, you just had to enter your credit card details. Of course, they only mention the monthly fee, in a small note no one sees - and suddenly users who think they are entering a competition to win an iPhone suddenly see themselves paying DKK 299,- ($50) a month.

I decided it couldn't be true that we as internet users, had to keep seeing these pages - so as a develop I created a website which uses an algorithm to detect the fake pages. That website is "erdetfake.dk" (is it fake .dk)

For more information, please consult its dedicated page.