Dec 05

Nosy Bones: Mat Washburn & Wouter Goedkoop

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Nosy Bones is a game of twenty questions, using five four-sided dice! I’ve asked Mat Washburn and Wouter Goedkoop to roll the dice.



mat washburn profile

Mat Washburn is the creator of the comic Evan Yeti and a developer of the video game Save Baby James!

Blue, #1: You are part of a colony on Mars. What is your valuable skill?

Janitor? Somebody’s gotta keep the red dust offa stuff.

Green, #3: When do you feel your best?

Hanging out with family also when a personal project gets recognized or awarded.

Red, #4: As ruler of the world, where would your throne be found?

In the bathroom as usual with my 3DS.

Yellow, #2: Why do we have five fingers on a hand and not four or six?

A combination of luck (animals with 5 digits surviving extinction events) and usefulness (animals with 5 digits simegow having an evolutionary advantage over 4 or 6 digit animals).

White, #1: How will we communicate in one hundred years?

Shouting accross irradiated mountains of rubble.



wouter goedkoop profile

Wouter Goedkoop creates fantasy storytelling art for The Voyager’s Workshop and is an art designer for Zarfling Platoon!

Blue, #4: Every time you exhale, you sound like a musical instrument. What instrument is it?

Bagpipes.

Green, #4: When in your life have you felt most creative?

Right now! I’ve finally come to terms with my need to be as creatively busy as possible. The more I draw, design and write, the more creative I am.

Red, #3: Airship cruises are like regular cruises, but can go anywhere. Where would you fly for a week?

New Zealand. Always wanted to go since seeing Willow in the cinema back in the 80s. I’ve always wanted to see Middle Earth!

Yellow, #2: Why do we have five fingers on a hand and not four or six?

No idea but it seems to work okay that way!

White, #1: How will we communicate in one hundred years?

Speech, as we do now. And with the same diversity of language. It’s more what I hope for.




Thanks again to Mat and Wouter for playing! To learn more about Nosy Bones, click here.