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Hi , I'm Victor!


A hobby developer.

  • 🔭 I've created Applications, Mods, Games and Websites. I particularly enjoy working with C# and PHP.

  • I’m currently working on a few secret projects behind the scene. Not yet ready to unveil.

  • 👨‍💻 Most of my projects are available at

  • 📫 You can reach me on Discord: N0tiC#0694

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Focusing 🎯 on life currently, so can't promise that I will get much done coding wise...


  1. Steam Server Creation Tool is a simple GUI based server installation tool. It's an easy and quick tool to install and manage servers. It "automates" the usage of SteamCMD to install servers extrapo…

    C# 4

  2. I challanged myself to make a replica of "jcpicker" (Just Color Picker). This application stores color data in a list which the user can access at any time. WIP


  3. A mod for My Summer Car. MSCLoader Mod. Teleportation, Suspension & Wheel controller, "turbo" boost dump valve sound SFX , EngineFixer, Engine Boost Controller etc

    C# 1 1

  4. A console application which "scrape" data from a remote server to create a database for use in my own projects. A more reliable and accurate database. .NET Core 3.1 dependent.

    C# 1

  5. A simple twitch bot which was a requested bot from a streamer I follow ~ A counter bot which responds to chat messages and keeps track of deaths etc. Both client and chat side have commands.

    C# 1

  6. A simple keypad system for Unity with UI. Simple setup.

    C# 2

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