Horror Movie Title Generator


Movies of the horror genre are quite popular in Indonesia. Despite their cheesy titles, terrible production values, and random inclusion of fanservices and innuendo, many people flock to them in cinemas and also watch them on DVD (I, for one, don’t. Not scared, just don’t find them entertaining).

I made this app about a year ago. The purpose of this app is to generate a horror title, encode it into a permalink, and share it to social media. The horror title follows a randomly chosen pattern from several available ones, and a random word is in turn randomly chosen for each part of the pattern. It uses no database at all; the user’s name, generated title and timestamp are all encoded into the permalink.

Click here to try it out –> Generator Judul Film Horor

Coca-Cola Five Senses


Tools: Adobe Flash CS5.5, Audacity, Adobe Photoshop CS5.5
Roles: audio editing, coding, flow

This interactive app showcases how the iconic Coca-Cola bottle engages each of our five senses. Besides checking out the interesting facts (in Indonesian), you’ll also want to hover the five hotspots in sequence from the top and play with the ice cubes.

Check it out while it’s live!

Dragon Fighter (pre-alpha)

This is my little experiment with Unity3D. It takes a lot from the Unity Tutorial, but I programmed the flight and fireballs.

To try it out:
W, A, S, D – move forward, backward, left, right
mouse – look around
left click – shoot fireball
F – toggle flight/walk
Shift – hold to run (when on ground)
space bar – jump (when on ground)
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Real-time social coding

So the other day, I was searching for references at work when I stumbled upon this site called Wonderfl. It’s… well, wonderful. is a web-based IDE and repository for Flash applications. You can start a project or fork one created by somebody else, write ActionScript code, and it’s instantly compiled and played for you to enjoy.

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Koprol Launcher for Android

Hi all! This is the very first Android native app I developed (I’ve tried AIR development as well, maybe will post it later). It’s simply a launcher for Koprol, so all you Android-wielding Koprollers can easily get to the mobile site.

Click here to download. It uses the classic Koprol logo. There’s another launcher made by someone else that uses the current logo.


Productivity Timer

UPDATE: the source code is now online at Github!

Have you ever wondered how much of your time at work is actually spent working? This app can help you find out.

Productivity Timer is a utility that detects whether or not you’re using a productive application (e.g. word processor, spreadsheet, IDE) and keeps track of the time you spend on it. It’s currently in beta, so there may still be some errors.

To try it out, you’ll need the Microsoft .NET Framework version 2.0 or greater (latest version is 4.0). I suggest you get it first before installing ProdTimer!

How to use:

  1. Enter the productive window names in the “Productive Windows” textbox, one line per app. This can be the application name, website name, IM username… any text in the window title bar.
  2. Turn on the timer.
  3. Click Hide to hide the main window (you can open it later by double-clicking the clock icon on the system tray).
  4. The “Productive Time” dialog will show the total time spent on productive activities. To pause the timer, simply click this dialog to make it active (provided it isn’t listed in “Productive Windows”).


Of course, this system is rather easy to cheat… but then that’s just deceiving yourself!
The most important thing is still self-motivation! đŸ˜€


Future versions will include these features, among others:

  • Menu to choose productive apps from all active processes
  • Customizable colors
  • Statistics (productive time percentage, most used app, etc.)
  • Reminder when you’ve been unproductive for a certain amount of time
  • Productivity history graph
  • Binaries for other operating systems

Application icon made by MDGraphs.