Welcome to the Quillax Ship!

The Quillax Ship is a site that has downloads for mods of Commander Keen and fangames that are mostly about the Mario games, all of which are made by me, Quillax. The mods and games are only made for fun, not for profit, therfore making them free!

Latest Mod: The Mortrix

Latest Game: Quillax's Experiment

On the 7th day of Christmas, I give you...

An update! You're not dreaming, I tell you! I haven't updated for nearly five months, because I don't really have anything cool to show, until now! (Well, I was actually meaning to do this since last week, but laziness got into me.)

Added to the games page is A Typical Day, a game originally released on 2015 that you might recognize from my old site, Quinton Land. When I got this site set up, A Typical Day wasn't carried over, as I felt it wasn't good enough. However though, I changed my mind a while ago, and I'm glad I did! After all, WHO doesn't love a fun, "typical" game, huh?

Also, by looking through photos, I found pictures of my first three Keen mods, taken in mid-2011! As I've been trying figure out whether I started Keen modding on 2010 or 2011, this is a cool discovery to me! Anyway, see you later! Enjoy A Typical Day!

(Huh, what's that? It's the 37th day of Christmas!? Well, I guess Thanksgiving is nothing but a dream! Oh wait, it's real.)

Remember ye olde fangames?

Commander Keen 2000, Yoshi vs. Windows, Nintendo vs. Everyone Else; those are all old fangames, which may seem unpolished and weird today. I'll admit, though, I love them! They have this cute, goofy charm and some of them are nostalgic to me.

I've been interested in using one of the old game-making tools, and guess what? There was a game jam that just happens to appeal to my taste, known as the Ye Olde MFGGe Game Jamboree! I downloaded The Games Factory, and within the span of a day, I made a little game out of it! Submitted my experiment a week ago, but didn't release it here on the Quillax Ship until a few days ago. You might like it if you had played fangames in the late 90s and early 2000s!

(By the way, this isn't the project I foreshadowed earlier; that one is still in the works.)