Tanked Up 326 – Recursive Ruin w/Bit Rot Games

Aadil is solo-hosting but is joined by the return of Chad and Curtis from Bit Rot Games. We talk the development, features, and balance of designing a narrative puzzle...
Tanked Up 326 - Recursive Ruin w/Bit Rot Games

Aadil is solo-hosting but is joined by the return of Chad and Curtis from Bit Rot Games. We talk the development, features, and balance of designing a narrative puzzle game that is Recursive Ruin. With only Aadil at the helm we touch on Micro-brewing vs. Craft brewing (vs. Femto-brewing), the parallels of working on a PhD and developing a game, as well as the Beethoven vs. Mozart approach to art and comedy(?). Chad had the Light-hearted Ale from Bell’s Brewery, Curtis had the always excellent Trappistes Rochefort 8, and Aadil had the Wiper & True x Verdant Farmhouse Spelt Pils.

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Aadil Kurji is an enigma. It is said that if you say Aadil into a mirror 6 times whilst standing on his face he will get very angry. Aadil makes up the entire team of the Out of Lives Canadian branch and for that he is sorry. Aadil hosts the popular beer and gaming podcast Tanked Up
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