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1:52- Robb fills us in on the celebrities who are pulling a fat retirement check, having reached the ripe old age of 65.
2:56- Jeremy discusses the challenges of playing games with a young teenager.
11:29- Jeremy recounts the great surprise that is Martin Wallace’s Moongha Invaders.
15:00- Robb, Christina, and Jeremy discuss the confusion some of them encountered while playing Victory Point Games’ Hunt: The Unknown Quarry.
22:18- Robb talks about getting done wrong while playing Cosmic Encounter.
25:12- Robb and Christina discuss their slight disappointment in the 2 player version of Crash Game’s Pay Dirt.
29:37- Robb and Christina discuss the strain created by playing Epic by White Wizard Games.
37:27- Robb gives a proxy 6 Peg rating of Star Wars Trouble on behalf of his baby girl.
37:56- All of the Pegs talk about playing Christina’s first kickstarter backed game, Spaceteam.
41:30- Patrick talks about a surprising and engaging light family card game by GaGa Games, Stick to Colours.
44:25- Patrick discusses a game that was a hit for his whole family, Kosmo Games, Tumult Royale.
48:27- Patrick gives some love to a few small publishers and emerging designers by discussing the kickstarter campaign for Nightmare Forest: Dead Run and
51:21- Super PACS.
55:07- All of the Pegs encourage the PegHeads to consider backing another season of The Dice Tower.
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Review
Bumper Music- Too Many Rules by Connie Francis.
56:29- Patrick gives a rules breakdown for Tasty Minstrel Games’ bag building Euro, Orleans.
Bumper Music- Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag by James Brown.
1:06:21- All of the Pegs review Orleans.
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Re-Roll
Bumper Music- One Year Later by The Get Up Kids.
1:34:37- All of the Pegs revisit Kingsport Festival (slight downtick).
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Discussion
Bumper Music- Changes by David Bowie
1:34:41- All of the Pegs talk about the course of their gaming lives.