Description

KinesisGames is a business which focuses mainly on making video games which are mostly published for Android on the Google Play store. KinesisGames was created in June 2016 by its current owner and CEO, Kishan Takoordyal.

Members

Kishan Takoordyal

As you may already know, I am a programmer and a developer! I was long fascinated with tech. As a kid I would download ROMs for my NDS and in my early teenage years, root phones (loved hacking games).

One day, I decided to learn programming because I wanted to do cool stuff and impress kids :v. I learnt Python and Pygame and was really into videogame making. I attempted a lot of courses on SoloLearn and Udemy and later on, learnt to make games using the Unity game engine. It took me months to learn unityscript (C#) and the many features that Unity offered. I continued learning and developing games in my free time.

After a while, I had learnt a lot of stuff! I knew how to flash ROMs on mobile phones and use some Windows Applications to recover deleted files or have fun with partitions for example. As far as Unity was concerned, I was managing to finally write code in unityscript. I also understood how to use some of unity's various features such as Animations, Colliders, Particle Systems and UI Stuff.

One day, I was done with Windows. I could no more stand how it kept on lagging and made me wait for basic operations such as a right-click on a file. So, I dual booted Linux Mint, as being an Android fan and user, I loved customisation. I flashed other distros but Mint has remained my favourite since. I learnt how to use the terminal and wrote custom commands to improve my workflow. I also bought a Raspberry PI and learnt how to setup vnc so that I can use it anywhere with a powerbank, my phone's screen and a hotspot!

I participated in the Google Code-In of 2018. It was by far the best activity I engaged myself in! I learnt so much in those 1.5 months! I learnt how to ssh, learnt regex and even became quite good in HTML/CSS. In no time at all, I was contributing to real life projects on GitHub! I had no idea what terms such as vagrant, ansible, isort, flake8, coveralls, travis ci, git, markdown, docker images and django tests meant before. I then open-sourced some of my projects on GitHub when I understood the importance and worth of Open Source.

I have a few more things to say. Firstly, it is never too late to start learning and learning never stops. Then, NEVER give up! If other people managed to do it, why wouldn't you be able to? Maybe it'll take you hours or years to do that thing but there's no reason why with determination you won't be successful. You will perhaps cry and rage a lot but when it works, no one will be prouder and happier than you! See y'all!

Kishan Takoordyal

As you may already know, I am a programmer and a developer! I was long fascinated with tech. As a kid I would download ROMs for my NDS and in my early teenage years, root phones (loved hacking games).

One day, I decided to learn programming because I wanted to do cool stuff and impress kids :v. I learnt Python and Pygame and was really into videogame making. I attempted a lot of courses on SoloLearn and Udemy and later on, learnt to make games using the Unity game engine. It took me months to learn unityscript (C#) and the many features that Unity offered. I continued learning and develop games in my free time.

After a while, I had learnt a lot of stuff! I knew how to flash ROMs on mobile phones and use some Windows Applications to recover deleted files or have fun with partitions for example. As far as Unity was concerned, I was managing to finally write unityscript well. I also understood how to use some of its various features such as Animations, Colliders, Particle Systems and UI Stuff.

One day, I was done with Windows. I could no more stand how it kept on lagging and made me wait for basic operations such as a right-click on a file. So, I dual booted Linux Mint, as being an Android fan and user, I loved customisation. I flashed other distros but Mint has remained my favourite since. I learnt how to use the terminal and wrote custom commands to improve my workflow. I also bought a Raspberry PI and learnt how to setup vnc so that I can use it anywhere with a powerbank, my phone's screen and a hotspot!

I participated in the Google Code-In of 2018. It was by far the best activity I engaged myself in! I learnt so much in those 1.5 months! I learnt how to ssh, learnt regex and even became quite good in HTML/CSS. In no time at all, I was contributing to real life projects on GitHub! I had no idea what terms such as vagrant, ansible, isort, flake8, coveralls, travis ci, git, markdown, docker images and django tests meant before. I then open-sourced some of my projects on GitHub when I understood the importance and worth of Open Source.

I have a few more things to say. Firstly, it is never too late to start learning and learning never stops. Then, NEVER give up! If other people managed to do it, why wouldn't you be able to? Maybe it'll take you hours or years to do that thing but there's no reason why with determination you won't be successful. You will perhaps cry and rage a lot but when it works, no one will be prouder and happier than you! See y'all!