Lifelong passionate player, participated in several AAA and indie beta tests, over a decade of experience in game-development, started with mods and total conversions to fully independant projects.
Started video-gaming as a kid on some Atari, later Duke3D made me create my own first levels, then came the internet and in 2002 I was hooked by the tactical multiplayer shooter Americas Army and became a competitive player with over 200 successful ladder-wars, fun-wars, and scrims in the time. Also was an active member and moderator of the greatest Americas Army community in Germany. Made modifications and level designs for the game within a small team when it was not even possible to the public. With AA3 my interests shifted. Worked with some Battlefield Modification Teams, also Operation Flashpoint/Arma with its mod-abilities, mission-creation and customization features was impressing for me, and kept my interests strong. I still like to jump into ArmA3 from time to time.
Today I rather develop and design in my free time, but I still play a game now and then.