For my high school senior project I chose to learn about game development and build my first video game. My mentor was Joe Pietruch from RIT's School of Interactive Games and Media and with his guidance I created a command-line based Real Time Strategy game with some basic 2D graphics built using the standard Java 1.6 library.
Code and assets for this project are presently missing but presumed to be on an old hard drive somewhere.
Hack and Defend is most similar to a Real Time Strategy game though at a very basic level as the need to develop the framework for the application limited the time available to flesh out the game concepts. Actions are input through a command-line in a window with graphics on either side giving an at-a-glance view of both the player's and enemy's stats.