Hi! I'm Mat.
You could even say I'm All-Purpose Mat.

Click on any project!

Minecraft in a QR code


Reverse Abduction Simulator

Volumetrics Raytracer

be the murder you want to see


Biit Saber (Wii)

Wreckage Runner

More about me

You can call me Mat, and I am 19 years old. My pronouns are he/him.

I grew up in Spain, then the USA for 6 years. After a few years' stay in France, I am now in my second year studying game development at DAE (Howest) in Belgium.

Thanks to this, I ended up widening my lingo portfolio... I'm:

In terms of programming, I have become strongly acquainted with these environments over time:

I have completed the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, which is a rigorous high school diploma. I chose to specialize in Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (Higher Level) as well as Physics (Higher Level).

I have a proclivity for using opulent language (I like uncommon words with peculiar meanings).

Working with other people is a large part of what makes development interesting for me. Almost all of my projects involved working with others across the world.
I use many platforms, including my Git server and Matrix chat to collaborate with others.

One of my core objectives in computing is writing fast, efficient, and native code.
For this reason, most of my game-related projects use the low-level C++ language.

I believe strongly in Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) being the future of computing. I use FOSS pretty much exclusively, and no devices I use run proprietary code within possibility.
FOSS, such as Matrix, allows one to have the same if not better experience than proprietary equivalents, such as Discord, while being more secure and not sacrificing user privacy and freedom.


Website info:

The cat that follows your cursor is from oneko.js.

This website is fully developed and hosted by myself using exclusively Free (Libre) Open Source Software, including but not limited to Neovim, NGINX, and Linux itself.

I have licensed this page under the MIT license.

The font used is Lexend, which has been shown to improve reading proficiency and accessibility. It is licensed under the Open Font License.

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