These are games, apps and websites nobody asked for. But, again, they're (f)unnecessary. 
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1. Save The Leftovers! 
Meet Lil Tupper. It's up to you to help him to save the leftovers and food scraps from peril. AKA the trashcan. AKA their death. A game for Tupperware by the creators of The Shy Pot (the next game).
Gameplay Design: Hector Rivas
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2. The Shy Pot
A watched pot never boils, so the idiom goes. But do you know why? Because it's shy as hell. Stop staring at it! If you need some practice, I made a game to do just that.

When you play The Shy Pot, your goal is to boil the water. The water only boils if you aren't watching the pot. Your phone's front-facing camera tracks your eye movement to see if you're watching or not.
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3. Halloween Costume Helper (www.iDontKnowWhatToBeForHalloween.com)
If you don't know what to be for Halloween and you don't want to be a sexy cat again, you can use this online generator. Click below and give it a go. 

I made iDontKnowWhatToBeForHalloween.com to (sorta) help you figure out your costume with materials you already have. Although it probably won't help, unless you want to be a ghost.
Designed laboriously with precise attention to detail and aesthetic by me. 
Coded by Mario Menta.

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4. LetDaddyFryIt.com
Let Daddy fry it. FryDaddy is a countertop deep fryer. He's seductive, and he can fry anything that'll fit. Some people are skeptical, so I made a website to answer a question as old as deep frying: Can Daddy fry it?
VCU Brandcenter student project
Art Director: Gianna D'Amico