Flip-Side Sprint is a endless runner video game developed by Dylan Nordhagen using the GameMaker engine. Players control a small robotic character with the power to flip gravity as they navigate a continuous series of obstacles. The inclusion of an “air meter” that decreases when the protagonist leave the ground introduces a risk-reward element as players must master the game’s physics and perform tight platforming to survive for as long as possible. Dylan handled all aspects of the game’s production, from the bright neon visuals to the electronic soundtrack to the programming gameplay systems inspired by titles such as Pac-Man and Super Mario Galaxy, combining knowledge from various digital mediums to create a singular cohesive package.