Cameron Cawley


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This includes both ports of applications from other platforms, as well as some original tools. Most of the software listed here is for RISC OS, although some things may work with other operating systems.


Latest version: 2.2.0

ScummVM is a program which allows you to run certain classic graphical point-and-click adventure games, provided you already have their data files. The clever part about this: ScummVM just replaces the executables shipped with the games, allowing you to play them on systems for which they were never designed! More info

Super Methane Brothers

Latest version:

Trap baddies in a gas cloud. Suck them into your gas gun. Throw them against a wall to destroy them.

Dress Teddy

Requirements: Web Browser

A game where you dress a teddy bear. I did the JavaScript rewrite.



Miscellaneous software that isn't worth mentioning individually. Includes extras for ScummVM, tools for working with game data files and older stuff that I wrote when I was much younger.
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Apostleship of the Sea

Back in 2007, I followed some advice in a magazine and created a 'Joke Machine'. After creating it, I decided to use it to raise money for a charity called the Apostleship of the Sea, who looks after seafarers.
In the years following, I decided to create computer based joke machines, which can be viewed below.
It really shows its age, but I've left it here for reference.

Joke Machine 2014

Requirements: RISC OS

A RISC OS program that reads jokes out to you. eSpeak is recommended.

Sea Sunday 2010

Requirements: Web Browser

A presentation talking about the AOS and a trip to the Port of Felixstowe I was invited on because of my previous Joke Machines.

Joke Machine 2010

Requirements: Web Browser

A joke machine and a game where you are in a boat and have to get to the end of the level while rescuing sailors and avoiding pirates. The game is not currently working.
Joke Machine
AOS Game

Joke Machine 2008

Requirements: Web Browser

A presentation talking about the AOS and what they do. There was also a presentation with jokes, but that is unfortunately lost to time.

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