He released his first level set Pit of 100 Tiles in February 2012, and is among the most acclaimed of debut level sets. In 2013, he released the demo of his sequel set The Other 100 Tiles, which contained 13 levels. These two sets were submitted for CCLP1 consideration, and 31 of the levels between them were voted into the final set. The full version of The Other 100 Tiles was released on May 1, 2013.
In April 2019, he released a pack of 40 levels for Chip's Challenge 2 titled Chipit or Whiffit in the tradition of level sets named after the Paper Mario series. He also ported The Other 100 Tiles to CC2 in June 2015, and in May 2019 he released a demo of another CC2 project titled 100 Tiles 2.0 - Best of the Rest, which featured all the best levels from both of his 100 Tiles sets redesigned using custom tiles and other aesthetic reskins for consideration in the upcoming Chip's Challenge 2 community pack.
While Andrew has not submitted his total score for any official level pack, he does optimize casually, having the bold time on more than 50 CCLP1 levels, including 3 confirms. He also has 15 bolds in CCLP4, as well as Recess and Marooned in CCLP3.
|12||Leave No Stone Unturned|
|13||The Monster Cages|
|22||Repair the Maze|
|29||Sky High or Deep Down|
|39||Dig and Dig|
|56||Connect the Chips|
|64||Chip Kart 64|
|84||Mining for Gold Keys|
|92||The Shifting Maze|
|123||The Very Hungry Caterpillar|
|131||Easier Than It Looks|
|140||Automatic (Caution) Doors|
|13||Encased in Carbonite|
|63||Pneumatic Diversity Vents|
|87||And the Walls Kept Tumbling Down|
|100||One Tank's Adventure|
|140||Repair the Automatic (Caution) Doors|