Wow, awesome to see so many creative and or programmer types here. I guess we are the ones who care and are able to discern the top notch creativity and quality of moonman.
Er, hi! I'm Simon aka trollkind but I'm not a troll in the internet sense.
I'm also residing in Hamburg, germany (Moin moin, @jenhyu)
I've been gaming in one way or another since I moved away from a childhood on an organic farm when I was 6. Started out on an Atari ST but soon moved on to PC, where I started programming with Turbo Pascal, then came a Super Nintendo and all the Playstations one can find, even the portable one. My favorite genres are turn based tactics, from Disgaea to Silent Storm, classic style FPS and complex RPGs, in other words, there aren't many fresh titles for me on the mainstream market nowadays. Thanks to the huge (too huge now?) indie market though, I again have more titles than I could possibly play now. Though I hope to actually play Moonman at some point.
Oh, I work on movies and ads for about ten years now, mostly as a compositor but since I learned Python, I also do some pipeline scripting. I hope to expand my programming knowledge though, especially to C++ and Open GL and finally get back to my school glory days of thinking up a game idea and having a prototype running in the evening. Ah, I'd also love to get back into videojockeying as a creative outlet and I often feel more comfortable behind the scenes than on the dancefloor.
Other interestes are food (making it but mostly consuming it (quality over quantity :p)), board and roleplaying games, music (consuming it, my soundcloud daily stream is more than I can listen to) and walking about on any waterfronts the world has to offer.
Happy to be here, seems like we all have a lot in common and I'm looking forward to the road ahead.