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Blue Peg Catch-Up
1:25- Robb tells us why the standard comic book is only 32 pages long.
3:16- Patrick talks about his recent and very enjoyable game play of Eldritch Horror.
5:25- Robb and Patrick talk about the Rouse’s recent romantic game play anniversary and the joy of playing games with your significant other.
7:20- Robb talks about playing Masters of Commerce with a few light gamers.
10:45- Patrick talks about getting several of his older games back to the table, including Bruges.
11:52- The guys send out this week’s PegHead Nation Proclamation to the official Blue Peg, Pink Peg Benefactor, Bernard. (To get a BPPP Microbadge click here.)
13:52- The guys send a shout out to the Janesville PegHead Meetup.
15:24- Patrick provides a preview of an inexpensive party game that you can kickstart now, Knee Jerk.
17:52- Patrick discusses a new convention where you can play great games and visit one of the most beautiful places in the world, Bryce Con in Bryce Canyon City, Utah.
19:53-Patrick discuss the upcoming game from NSKN Games, Versailles. (click here to read the rules)
21:54-Patrick talks about the upcoming expansion for Z-Man Games’ Bruges, City on the Zwin. (click here to read an unofficial English version of the rules)
23:54- Patrick talks about his beef with Game’s Workshop, relative to their very limited release of Space Hulk (4th edition). (not pre-painted after all, Boooooo!)
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Review
27:20- Patrick provides a rules breakdown for the card drafting game by Artipia and Stronghold Games, Among the Stars.
30:19- All of the Pegs review Among the Stars.
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Re-Roll
59:49- All of the Pegs discuss one of their favorite games, Bruges. (Which, by the way, becomes a perfect 6 Peg rated game.)
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Discussion
1:04:20- All of the Pegs discuss what makes up their definition of the work “replayability”. (For a great article on the factors that make a game replayable, click here.)