Written Review

November 17, 2015

Frontier Stations

Captaining a space station is hard, they say. You’ve got on-board intrigue, weird space diseases, hostile aliens and mind-bending extra-dimensional beings. While you’re facing all these […]
May 7, 2015

Darkest Night

Fantasy adventure games often have you going on grand adventures in the search for powerful artifacts, on the way doing battle against vicious and terrible monsters. […]
February 9, 2015

Mice and Mystics

“This way,” Prince Collin whispered, crouched behind a chair leg and motioning to the others. They huddled across the room where a length of drape pooled […]
January 14, 2015


  In Progress: Evolution of Technology (“Progress”) players manage a hand of cards in order to develop technologies as they progress through three (and four with […]
December 22, 2014

Top Promoter

There are games that are tense enough that by the time you finish them you are as sweaty and exhausted as Rocky Balboa at the end […]
December 11, 2014


In Praetor players take on the role of what amount to city planners in order to (historically Praetors served as either military or civic leaders, during […]
November 17, 2014

King’s Forge

I would like to start this review by stating that I think Nick Sibicky is a really cool guy. I had the pleasure of meeting this […]
November 11, 2014

Smash-Up Minority Report

Blue Peg, Pink Peg Minority Report is an occasional review series where I gush about games that the Pegs hate. A good, opponent-ravaging combo can reveal […]
November 2, 2014

Ladies and Gentlemen

Ladies & Gentlemen is a game about women buying clothes. If that sounds sexist, don’t worry: it isn’t. It’s important to know that, while in Ladies […]