Olivera started playing Doom in 1995. Since then he submitted some 290 demos to the Doomed Speed Demos Archive. He is mostly known for his TAS demos of many popular PWADs, some of which he also uploads to YouTube. He also contributed to the ultra-hard megawad Hell Revealed II. On November 12, 2008, he replaced Doug Merrill (Opulent) as the webmaster of the Archive. Together with Merrill, he received the Espi award at the 2016 Cacowards. On November 12, 2019, Olivera stepped down from the position of the Doomed Speed Demos Archive maintainer.
Body of work
- Chemlab ( )
- Tower of Death ( ) (with Walter D. Sanz)
- Memento Mori 2 - complete lmp collection (
- Demos of MAPs 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 07, 08, 12, 17 and 31
- D2200EP1 ( )
- Hell Revealed II ( )
- Andy Olivera (12 November 2019). "News: November 12th, 2019." DSDA. Retrieved 12 November 2019.