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Any professor who develops games will inevitably be asked to work in partnership to make an educational game. As a new professor, I was very open to the idea of collaborative research because I felt an affinity with my colleagues and thought that we shared desires that developing games satisfied. The requests from my colleagues to make educational games were numerous. I attempted to join forces with these professors and every one of these endeavors failed. The shared desires, conflicting agendas and lessons learned from these failures are the subject of this talk.