Morkalork is pretty much just me, Magnus Ferm. I'm a software developer working with mobile apps, web and system development.
I don't really have any language of choice anymore, having been both an avid PHP-developer as well as a C#-zealot. Whatever floats the proverbial boat will do and if it means a chance to learn a new language, well, good news!
Apart from development I doodle and paint a lot and I'm doing tracker music available on Spotify (under the artist name Morkalork) and I've used both graphics and music in a couple of my released games.
Below is what I'm currently having out and about:
This is a game I created using Phaserjs and Cordova. It's a simple puzzle game with light rpg-features and I got some good feedback developing it. Soundtrack available on Spotify.
This was a game that I wrote using the old WinJS library, originally developed for Windows 8 when Windows Store was still promising.
If you have an android and Galaxy Apps you can find it there by searching for Morse Inspector :)
Since I work with web development most of the time I produce demos every once in a while. Some are relevant, some are not and I try to filter out the crap from here.
Such as right now, when I have no demos up :), but I have a bunch of stuff up on my GitHub account: https://github.com/Morkalork/
I draw and doodle all the time. Sometimes on pen and paper, other times with a stylus on my pad or with my mouse on gimp. It doesn't matter, doodling is life.
(None of these make sense, they don't have any particular meaning, I just doodle whatever so don't read anything in to it. I'm not sick.)
I have been writing music for a long time using both trackers and live recordings. What I have on Spotify is music I've written specifically for games I've developed.
I was mainly interested to know whether or not a normal person could get stuff easily (and free) up on there, and one could, it turned out :)