Caged Kei-Fung

Caged Kei-Fung, not related to Free Range Kei-Fung, was a Dragonese-Gall composer, music theorist, film director, and shamefully, game developer. There are still debates on whether he should be classified as an "artist."

Caged Kei-Fung is best known for his Long Kong gangster movie trilogy, 33°4'33"4‴33⁗4'''''. The entire movie consists of Timmy Tin Leung entering a stage and picking up a gun, only to unload it and stand idly for exactly 33°4'33"4‴33⁗4''''' and then leaving. It has since gained traction in the ASMR community for its succulent environmental sounds, and has been heralded as one of the Most Arts to Art. An interactive game version was released shortly thereafter, though what interaction is in-game remains to be discovered. Its release was quickly overshadowed by The Hobert.

Thankfully, Caged Kei-Fung is not entirely of Eurumpean descent, and his studies of Ramastani philosophy and Zen Bubbhism are only slightly embarrassing. In the Later Dead Rat Era, Caged Kei-Fung came to the idea of aleatoric or chance-controlled slamming when he met with Gamble Hardwink at Macau Special Administrative Region of the Land of Dragons. He started to practice this form of slamming briefly in WHAMESCO's developmental circuits to some success, but audiences couldn't tell the difference between random chance and WHAMESCO Creative's writing staff already being a handful of strange and unknowable beings.

Caged Kei-Fung later made the Bibble the basis for his films, compositions, and games. Towards the end of his life, he was quoted in Experimental Slams as describing slamming as "a purposeless play" which is "an affirmation of killing – not an attempt to bring order out of chaos nor to suggest improvements in creation, but simply a way of stealing the lives we're killing".

Caged Kei-Fung is also credited with directing the following games: Heavy and Distraught Affected Accents in a Weekday Afternoon Crime Drama and Beyond: Dark Holes 2.

Personal Life

Caged Kei-Fung was an edgy boy and identified as an atheist.