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The infinite Teamplay of drawinkpaper

Infinite Teamplay

The creative head behind drawinkpaper is Tobi, born in ’84, who is comic lover and enthusiastic gamer of the first hour. Tobi holds a pen as long as he remembers.

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Chat on Discord

On Discord, we can chat with each other in groups or private channels, talk over a headset or exchange ideas for future Webcomics and games. Just visit the different channels of our server or make yourself comfortable in the entrance area.

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Teamplay with Steam

For fans of classic communities, we also have set up a Steam group. Here we primarily invite to common games such as Half-Life, Counter-Strike 1.6 or Black Mesa. Join the multiplayer and show us who’s boss in Deathmatch!

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PSN and Xbox Live

As consoleros you will find us (Tobington81 and phlstr) on both sides of the force. Whether on the PlayStation Network or Xbox Live: send us a friend request via the respective network and off we go to competitive or cooperative gameplay. Simple as that.

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The excellent Progress of drawinkpaper

Progress

When Tobi started his education at the Berlin Technical Art School (BTK) in 2005, he soon met Phil and both quickly realized that they shared the same passion for comics and video games. During this time, they developed ideas for a platform on which their interests could be developed into a large connected universe.

Back in 2008, Tobi discovered the world of Let’s Plays in his spare time. Enthusiastically, he published the first drawings and game videos, such as Dead Space and Fable 2, on the Xbox 360 under the pseudonym “drawinkpaper”. Under this alias, he later developed several Webcomics where characters from different games, movies and books clashed with each other.


The legendary History of drawinkpaper

Story

Tobi – When the video game “Super Mario Bros.” for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) flickered on his television for the first time in his childhood, Tobi was instantly thrilled with the digital worlds that opened up before him. Many hours with the famous plumber followed and the curiosity for new adventures grew.

A couple of years later however, he switched from the NES to the 16-bit Sega Mega Drive, as Sonic, the fast hedgehog with the red shoes, immediately catched his attention. After several epic battles against the evil Dr. Robotnik in various Sonic sequels, Tobi quickly expanded his small collection of games with “Street Fighter 2 Turbo”, “Batman Returns” and at that time the for him breathtaking “The Story of Thor” (“Beyond Oasis”).

Over the years, further platform changes followed, encompassing the Super Nintendo, the Sega Saturn and Sony’s original PlayStation. Soon after, however, he bought himself the first PC and games like “Doom 3”, “No One Lives Forever” and “Command and Conquer” quickly became Tobi’s favorite games. After playing “Gears of War” with a good friend on the XBox 360 for the first time however, it was clear that this would become his new main console.

Series such as “Assassin’s Creed”, “Dead Space”, “Gears of War” and “Mass Effect” turned a lot nights into days and the at this time new achievement system thrilled Tobi more and more over the years. In addition, with the two games “Dead Space” and “Darksiders” he discovered his enthusiasm for higher and more challenging levels of difficulties.

In 2008, under the name “drawinkpaper”, he launched his Youtube channel as a Let’s Player and released first videos about his favorite games. Soon, various comics about video games were published under the same pseudonym and were later expanded by categories such as Dailies and Collaborations.

In order to discover as many ingame worlds as possible, Tobi’s console setup now consists of the PlayStation 3 and 4 and the XBox 360 and XBox One.

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