Iíve been playing video games for more than 25 years. I grew up with an Atari ST and lots of point-and-click adventures from Sierra and Lucasfilm Games. Later I got a Game Boy (the first one, clunky and grey) and played a lot of jumpínírun stuff too. Although I was exposed to some of the first fps games, like Doom and Castle Wolfenstein, I never really got into that genre.
Today I still like to play point-and-click adventures most, which is also the reason I joined a small games company and am now developing adventure games myself. I also like indie games like Trine, Eufloria, Dear Esther, and many more. Iíve bought almost every indie bundle there was from sites like Humble Bundle or Indie Royale, so my backlog on Steam is pretty big.
While I played a lot of JRPGs and RPGs in the past, my attention span kinda shrunk over the years (and also the time I am able and willing to put into playing games), so today I prefer games that donít take too long to finish. Iíd rather play ten indie games of 5 hours each than an epic RPG that keeps me going for weeks or even months.
Apart from games I spent a lot of my time dabbling in stop motion animation and sculpting. I also work as a voice actor for games, animation and other stuff.
Well, thatís it so far from me. If you wanna know more, just ask.