Rami Ismail is something of a whirlwind. Co-founder of the dutch games studio Vlambeer, he is a constant traveller, darting between industry conferences all over the world. Ostensibly, his home is in the Netherlands, but he reckons he was only there for 40 days last year. He probably spent more time in airports, where, because of his Egyptian heritage and rucksack full of gadgets and cables, the security process can be as challenging as one of his games. Last year, he started a website named Did Rami Get Random Checked, logging all the times he was marked for extra security attention. It happens a lot.