Niall's projects

This website is used to show off my projects. Feel free to browse and download anything you'd like, they're all free! You can also access the source code on some of them if you'd like to see what's behind the magic
Note: mobile applications are currently only available on the Google Play Store. This is because it costs me $99/year to host apps on the Apple store, a cost which I can't justify for something that's just a hobby. If you are on an iOS device and would like any apps listed below, or for any other enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact me at nialldev9@gmail.com
Elevens iconElevens banner text
Elevens is a fun single-player card game that involves choosing two non face cards that add up to eleven, or a Jack, a Queen and a King.

The aim of the game is to get rid of all the cards in the deck. You start with two cards face up and seven face down. From then, you can tap the deal button or a face down card to deal a new card. You may have a maximum of nine cards face up at once.

Tap cards to select them and try to make pairs from non-face cards that add up to eleven, with Aces counting as ones. Examples include 7/4, 6/5, 8/3.
Face cards are unique as they can't be paired with non-face cards, but can be selected as a group of three unique face cards (a Jack, Queen and King).

When you select a successful pair or trilogy of cards, they will be replaced with cards from the deck. Try to empty the deck but don't run out of options, if there are no more moves to make then you lose the game.

And be quick, the timer is running!

Download on Google Play here, or scan the QR code above to open the play store on your phone
View the source code on Github
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Lat Long to OS Grid iconLat Long to OS Grid banner text
This app takes a given Latitude and Longitude coordinate, in either degree or decimal format, and converts it into an Ordnance Survey grid reference, in either numerical or letter format.

The app also translates backwards, meaning it can convert an OS grid reference to a Latitude and Longitude.

If you have your location enabled, the app can get your smartphone's current Latitude and Longitude coordinate and tell you where in the Ordnance Survey grid you are!

Download on Google Play here, or scan the QR code above to open the play store on your phone
View the source code on Github
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