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Peg Catch Up
1:41- Robb appeals to our inner alcoholic and discusses the ancient liquor, Licor 43.
3:10- All of the Pegs thank the PegHeads for nominating us for a Golden Geek.
5:59- Jeremy talks about the food fight simulator, What the Food? by Squirmy Beast.
19:57- Christina discusses the joy that comes from playing Old Maid with her 4 year old.
22:19- Jeremy discloses 1) that he will leave the rest of the Pegs to suffer when the Old Ones awaken and 2) that he plays with Chutulu action figures (which is awesome, BTW)
24:13- Robb tells us about the eventual release of King of Tokyo for ioS.
25:27- Robb tells us about the stand alone expansion for Epic Spell Wars of the Battle Wizards: Duel of Mt. Skullzfyre, Rumble at Castle Tentakill.
26:04- Robb talks about the kickstarter campaign for the nostalgic tactical board game, Ghostbusters.
29:52- Patrick talks about KOSMOS plans to distribute its own games in the US and the possibility that it will lead to the re-release of some of their remarkable 2 player games, including Lost Cities and Kahuna.
31:07- Patrick talks about the rumblings of the possible release of Star Wars: Carcassonne.
32:15- Christina tells us about another licensing cash grab, Looping Cheewie (when your game design consist entirely of coming up with a pun).
33:19- Christina tells us about the release of Monopoly in France with real money within them. (BTW- It is tied into Monopoly’s 80th Anniversary.)
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Review
Bumper Music- “Rules” by Nat & Alexx Wolff.
34:55- Patrick provides a rules breakdown for Castles of Mad King Ludwig.
Bumper Music- “Mad World” by Tears for Fears.
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Re-Roll
Bumper Music- “Let Me Try Again” as performed by Frank Sinatra.
1:10:30- All of the Pegs revisit Stefan Feld’s action selection game, Amerigo.
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Discussion
Bumper Music- “I Want it Now” from the 1971 film, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
1:15:00- All of the Pegs discuss how they decide whether they want to buy a game.