Peg Catch Up
1:26- Robb tells us about the hidden meaning of the Cornershop song, Brimful of Asha (on the ’45).
3:05- The Pegs (or the Blue and Green Pegs) discuss the annual gaming extravaganza, RobbCon.
4:57- Robb talks about playing Robot Turtles with his three year old. (farting noises not included)
7:09- Robb talks about the joy of playing Sorry! with his daughter. (in your face game snobs)
8:44- Christina talks about her plans to learn and teach all of the Pegs the Mayfair Games 2 player game Patchwork.
9:57- Christina talk about the experience of explaining our hobby to an uninformed co-worker.
12:01- Jeremy talks about his success in converting his girlfriend.
12:39- Jeremy talks (with pride) of his daughter’s desire to play a game of Adventure Maximus without him.
14:40- Jeremy talks about the fun that he had dying to the zombie horde in the game, Dead of Winter.
20:41- Patrick reviews another great NSKN Games offering, Versailles.
24:00- Patrick reviews the light set collection game, Rise to Power by Rule and Make.
26:38- Patrick discusses the unique and highly replayable co-op, Wizard’s Academy.
32:26- Christina previews another wizard themed game now on kickstarter, Wizards of the Wild.
34:55- Christina inquires about the rating system of a wonderful game review blog, Misery Farming.
38:09- Robb previews an upcoming legacy style deck building game, Gloomhaven.
39:53- Robb shares news of an upcoming expansion to a BPPP favorite, The Castles of Mad King Ludwig.
40:57- Patrick previews a game from the designers of Pathfinder: Adventure Card Game, Apocrypha.
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Review
Bumper Music- One on One by Hall and Oates.
43:00- Patrick provides an admittedly lengthy rules breakdown for St. Petersburg.
Bumper Music- Czar by Frank Black.
48:10- All of the Pegs review St. Petersburg.
Bumper Music- Try Again by Big Star.
1:14:36- All of the Pegs discuss their thoughts of Rampage (Terror in Meeple City) one year on.
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Discussion
Bumper Music- Little Pieces by Gomez.
1:18:56- All of the Pegs talk about the types of game components they love and why.