First let us start with a kind of embarrassing statement. I have never tried programming actual assembly. I know right - it is odd!.. That being said. I have played many assembly based games. Like TIS-100, Shenzhen IO, Exapunks, and Human Resource Machine. I also play games like Logic bots, SpaceChem, Infinifactory, Hack 'n' Slash, Hacknet, Codespells, Else Heart.Break() - and the list goes on. where the games also have a problem solving aspect to them. If we go further away from that line. I play games like The Witness, and Baba is You. If we go even further, we will begin to notice games like Ark: Survival Evolved, Titan Souls, Ratchet and Clank, Sly and so on. The list goes on. But I think you get the point - I play a variety of different games. Therefor I am in large parts a jack of all trades - master of none. That being said. There is lessons to learn from each game.
Relax and Watch, or Read
Whenever I am eating food I watch stuff. This ranges from shows on streaming services, to watching Jonathan Blow, Cassey Muratori, Mike Acton, GDC, or CPPCon.. Like some of the stuff on grill the committee is really really funny. Especially when Chandler tries to get creative with answering in five words or less.
Danish Game Development
In my spare time I also help out a channel of 200+ game development interested Danes. 
You can find a link bellow :)

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