My favourite things in life are: playing games and performing.
I enjoy pole-dancing, singing, latin dancing, playing the piano, making musical noises and painting with dry watercolours and ink. That's possibly because of the 'performance' aspect of those things. I often crave attention.
I like games that do different things. Mord Im Arosa plays with sound. String Railways playing with spatial positioning.
I like games that do one thing and just concentrate on that. The restricted communication in 'You, Robot'. A lot of dexterity games. The bluffing on Kakerlaken Poker.
I sometimes enjoy Agricola. I have enjoyed Die Macher in the past.
But, generally, I would prefer a game that you play repeatedly in the same sitting, letting a metagame develop (One Night Ultimate Werewolf) or just flit from one experience to another, exploring the space that the mechanics provide and how they relate to the people playing.
My first 'professional' game - In a Bind - will be launched in 2015.
I sometimes record plays, or games I own, but generally I'm not organised enough to do so. I think I own over 100 games now, but I want to start reviewing them and then getting rid of the ones I don't like.