Junior QA Specialist
Baka Mitai (Yakuza minigames all the way!)
The bank level in New York. It’s amazing how it feels you indeed just stepped off the streets of this bustling metropolis into this quieter corner of New York. The level is big, but not overwhelming, love it! Also that big clock opportunity is just amazingly teased, set up and the execution feels very satisfying.
Broccoli, meatballs, and sauce hollandaise (didn’t care for it as a child, love it as an adult)
My observational skill
My favourite item is my definitely my Mêlée Island™ coaster, my least favourite item is any cable that happens to be on it.
Oh man, where to start? Probably art in general and pixel art especially.
The ultimate retro Point and Click games recommendation:
1. Grim Fandango
3. Broken Sword – The Shadow of the Templars (don’t play the Director’s Cut, try to get a hold of the original version!)
I’m a QA tester on Project 007.
I love hiking, playing (story driven) video games, and learning new things. I hate dishonesty, waiting at traffic lights or public transport stations, and mediocre food.
It is super cheesy, but my colleagues’ passion.
I love bringing order to chaos. Sorting all the issues into digestible chunks is very satisfying to me.
I’m creating my own Point and Click Adventure game. I’m also crocheting a patchwork sweater.
The fact that everybody wanted to help me out when I had trouble with my new flat. That was really heartwarming and indicative of the IOI spirit.
“Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken” – Oscar Wilde
I have been given that piece of advice in one form or another by many people, but when you can quote Oscar Wilde, you have to, right?