| Game developer|
| Andreas Illiger|
Video game developer
| 1982 (age 33–34)Kiel, Germany|Andreas Illiger Wikipedia
Andreas Illiger is a German self-taught video game developer who studied Communication Design (photography, conception and drafting, language and communication, typography and layout) at the Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Kiel. He is the author of the 5.6 million-selling, chart-topping 2011 iOS game Tiny Wings and also of the 2009 Windows audio-visual software Microsia.
Andreas Illiger is from Kiel, Germany. He was born in 1982.