The conclusion to our two-part interview with Ian Tullis of Get on a Raft with Taft and Shinteki!
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00:59 - "impolitic"
02:05 - THE EXCITING CONCLUSION!
02:12 - how ideas turn into puzzles
04:18 - contributing to Only Connect
06:09 - writing a New York Times crossword
07:59 - the advantages of collaboration
09:40 - "I don't mind killing some kittens when it comes to puzzles."
10:54 - Introverted Xenophobe™
16:02 - embracing the holistic Game experience
18:16 - what is The Prisoners' Dilemma?
20:50 - the Matilda analogy
22:12 - memories of Hogwarts
26:49 - the Snout philosophy of Game planning
30:47 - looking forward to Shinteki Decathlon 7
32:15 - upcoming events: Puzzled Pint (3/15, PDX); GameStorm (3/24-27, PDX); DASH 3 (4/30, various cities); Shinteki Aquarius Remix (5/14, SF bay area); BANG 28 (6/18; SF bay area).
35:51 - The End
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Music: instrumentals from "Code Monkey" and "Shop Vac" by Jonathan Coulton
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