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  1. I've completed The Ensign as well. I didn't mention it on the show, because it's not really as impactful as A Dark Room, but it's fun. And yeah it's only on iOS because it's a new game by the guy who did A Dark Room's iOS port; it's not by the original author of ADR.
  2. The iOS version was made by a different person who did make some interesting changes and additions. When you complete it on iOS there's audio commentary from both the original dev and the porter, and it comes off as a really interesting collaboration. But yes I should have definitely remembered the original web version and mentioned it, my bad.
  3. Welcome, new folks!
  4. It's supposed to just be in the video version to accompany the final slide. Last week we messed it up and it was in the audio version as well. If we did that again this week: whoops!
  5. Hey folks, Sorry for the general delay in rewards recently. We're in the process of catching up, and here's a post with a tiny glimpse into the postcard story process:
  6. Idle Weekend May 18, 2017: Eat, Prey, Love This episode is either really early, or really late, and either way, you can place the blame entirely on Prey for being so goddamned awesome. We talk Prey, space lesbians, immersive sims in general, and, a little more about problematic media! Content warning for mentions of partner abuse in The Witcher 3, and a reference to sexual assault in Ghost Recon: Wildlands. Discussed: Prey, The Witcher 3, Ghost Recon: Wildlands, American Gods, Side Effects Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes
  7. Oh man I haven't seen this in years but it's so good.
  8. I think that video actually suggests you SHOULD replace it as frequently as you're supposed to! Over time the bristles get polished down into smooth tubes, which are less effective at actually scraping plaque off your teeth as new bristles, which are (counter-intuitively) intentionally more frayed.
  9. "I see it as a film. Instead of going on a truck to the theater, it goes on a truck to the... TV." —David Lynch
  10. Yes, definitely. Back when you sent it I tried to figure out a way to work in that Voice of America article because the way it's written cracked me up, but I couldn't figure out how to do so without kind of killing the joke, so I just kept the overall concept in the back of my head.
  11. New split-out threads: