The conclusion to the discussion on information. Nate and Matthew examine more unique examples of information, including evolving information, different applications in games, and when information is helpful and frustrating. Examples are shared and tips for when and how to use information types are provided. Afterwards, Design from a Hat goes underground as seedy criminals put their trust in each other to the test.
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