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Peg Catch Up
1:40- Robb tells us about Order 66.
2:55- All of the Pegs discuss their experience with the GenCon 2016 hotel registration.
10:54- Robb and Christina talk about playing the large party game, Two Rooms and a Boom by Tuesday Knight Games.
15:38- Robb and Christina talk about a “situation” that arose out of a game of Voluspa(!). (click here to head over to the guild to talk about your experience with this type of gamer, “The Pretzel Dilemma”).
21:08- Jeremy talks about the innovative tile laying game by Mayfair Games, Mystery: Motive for Murder.
25:39- Jeremy stands up for AEG’s Smash-Up and Munchkin, reviewing the stand alone smash up version of these games, Smash-Up: Munchkin.
28:20- Patrick give a rave review of Arcane Wonder’s Mage Wars: Academy.
34:35- Patrick also gives a glowing review to What’s Your Game’s Signorie. (note, while this game was not available in the US for direct purchase, it now is, click on the game title to find where you can buy it)
38:02- Robb and Christina talk about playing the new kickstarter game Escape Room In A Box: The Werewolf Experiment.
44:21- Robb give us news of yet another Dominion expansion by Rio Grande Games, Dominion: Empires.
45:50- Christina tells us about the upcoming ioS implementation of Mayfair Games’ Patchwork.
47:30- Jeremy talks about his experience playing the upcoming expansion to Artana Games’ Tesla v. Edison: Powering Up.
50:00- Jeremy tells us about the fantasy adventure dog game now of kickstarter, Pugmire.
51:50- Patrick talks about a trend he is noticing in gaming, a surge in interesting and innovative party games, including the upcoming Knit Wit from Z-Man Games and Junk Art by Pretzel Games. (click here to read the rules for Knit Wit)
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Review
Bumper Music- Listen I Will Tell You How by The Jackson Five.
55:43- Patrick provides a rules breakdown for Stronghold Games’ Dark Moon.
Bumper Music- Lunar Madness by Sue Saad and the Next.
1:04:20- All of the Pegs review Dark Moon.
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Re-Roll
Bumper Music- Keep on Trying by Jimmy Dawkins.
1:29:46- All of the Pegs revisit Scoville by Tasty Minstrel Games.