One major barrier between you and a job is your terrible resume. Take some time off from whatever the hell ROLL20 is and work on your resume. Use sentences. The one-page rule is a thing of the past. Just make a timeline, with consistent formatting, of what you have been working on, most recent first.
1-2 paragraph description.
Use sentences in the description. Use active rather than passive language ("I did something." Not "Something was done.") If the company was just you or you-with-some-friends, use a company name and mention it was a sole proprietorship in the description. Use dry, objective language. "As lead programmer on "Foozy Whatzit", I implemented the core game logic, rendering, and audio code in ActionScript. I implemented a level editor for internal users in C++ on Windows."
Don't claim fame. Don't claim you're good at games. Nobody cares. Not even game companies really do (I've worked at three.) You have pride in those accomplishments, but as they were over a decade ago, they have little relevance on a current resume. If you must, put them at the bottom with the eagle scout stuff, and only when applying to game companies.
Don't use exclamation points ever on a resume. A resume is business writing, and it's a point-by-point list of things to discuss during a job interview.