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Andrew Ting's Blog

 

Andrew Ting is a Chinese-American geek who enjoys indie games, heavy SCA combat and LARPing. Since he doesn't get paid enough for his work, he's also picked up a few tricks on being a cheap bastard. His SEA cultural credentials involve having lived in Malaysia for a few years, where he learned to smoke a hookah like a pro and cried like a little girl at hot mamak food, sambal, other little girls, and the spicy Chicken McNuggets the McDonalds used to serve over there. 

Andrew Ting currently serves as co-editor and PR guy for TK-Nation, a games news site devoted to covering the quality underdogs of the indie games industry. Check us out at www.TK-Nation.com!

 

Member Blogs

Posted by Andrew Ting on Sun, 16 Jan 2011 09:44:00 EST in
A review of Citrmis' 2D action-adventure Aztaka, which is notable for receiving extremely high praise since its release while being unable to generate enough profit to let the developers' pay back their borrowed budget.


Posted by Andrew Ting on Fri, 14 Jan 2011 03:21:00 EST in Business/Marketing, Design
Andrew Ting posts an open letter to the developer and publishers of the upcoming MMO TERA Online regarding the practice and effects of region IP blocking.


Posted by Andrew Ting on Mon, 13 Dec 2010 02:56:00 EST in
A review of Wade Clarke's interactive fiction title, Leadlight. Leadlight was a contestant in the 2010 Interactive Fiction competition, and combines old and new elements to create a genuinely compelling experience.


Posted by Andrew Ting on Sun, 12 Dec 2010 08:03:00 EST in
A review of Elements, a well-executed (and cost-effective) alternative to those paper Magic card things. My wallet cried tears of joy.



Andrew Ting's Comments

Comment In: [Blog - 01/16/2011 - 09:44]

@ Ian and Bisse: Yay ...

@ Ian and Bisse: Yay comments I posted this review partially as a critique of a great game brought down by bad marketing, so this stuff is pretty much gold. Re: lack of interest, all I have to offer on that is agreement. As stated in the review, it takes ...