I first started using hyperPad in early high school, 2013, when it was called GamePress. One of my friends found GamePress on the App Store and thought it was cool, so he showed myself and Jdewi, and we both downloaded it and started to make simple games with it. Some time later, after GamePress migrated to hyperPad, hyperPad had its first game jam or challenge, the OneButton Challenge. From this challenge came my favourite project: Neon Curveball, initially named Turn Circle, then Meteor before changing to this title, which came 1st place in the challenge. I’ve continued to work on this project on and off, and done many random things with hyperPad, including helping other hyperPad users a little with their projects, and even occasionally helping with an assignment or some task for my Mechanical Engineering course at uni.