Andrew Parks entered the world of game design in 2003 with the release of Ideology: The War of Ideas, and followed in 2004 with Camelot Legends. In 2005, Andrew and Jason Hawkins of Siren Bridge Publishing co-designed Parthenon: Rise of the Aegean, which won the Origins Board Game of the Year. That year, Andrew formed Quixotic Games, a game design studio devoted to creating innovative games for a variety of publishers.
The Quixotic design team consists of 16 core developers, as well as countless playtesters, who work on many game projects at the same time. Their games have been nominated for many industry awards and have earned distinction in game indexes such as Games Magazine's Games 100, Austria's Wiener Spiele Mischung Selektion, and the Dice Tower's Top 100 Games of All Time.
Throughout the past several years, Quixotic Games has become known for its devotion to theme in games, including licensed game properties such as Dungeons & Dragons, X-Men, Star Trek, The Hunger Games, Harry Potter, Justice League, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Frank Miller's 300.