Show Notes: Episode 104- Sentient and GenCon 2017 Preview

Peg Catch Up

1:04- Robb tells us about the insanity that is the early discussion on tandem bikes.
7:23- Robb and Christina tell us about their trip to Branson, Missouri and some of their (read as: Robb’s) board gaming mistakes.
13:47- Robb and Christina give a brief review of Exit: The Abandoned Cabin, along with notes from Christina’s mom. [buy] [publisher]
18:00- Jeremy gives us a review of the Catan novel. (Not for kids.)
25:00- Robb talks about his IPad gift and his upcoming game play.
27:30- Patrick reviews The Founders of Gloomhaven. [BGG] [back] [publisher]
35:49- Jeremy and Patrick discuss the guerrilla marketing success, Raxxon. [BGG] [can’t buy without an invite]
45:21- Robb and Christina discuss their disappointment in Biotix. [buy] [publisher]
49:58- Robb and Christina rave about the two player strength of Lorenzo il Magnifico. [buy] [publisher]
57:14- Jeremy and Patrick discuss the appeal of Pocket Madness. [buy] [publisher]
1:02:39- Jeremy review Pandemic: Reign of Cthulhu. [buy] [publisher]
1:07:30- Patrick discuss the unique and deep negotiation game, Sidereal Confluence. [buy] [publisher]
1:15:23- The Pegs review the trick taking game, Trickster. [buy] [expired KS page]
1:22:00- The Pegs strongly endorse and encourage you to support Watch It Played. [to back]
1:29:01- The Pegs discuss the upcoming gaming accessory and exceptional gaming solution, Game Toppers. [website]

Blue Peg, Pink Peg Review

Bumper Music- Daisy Bell as performed by a computer
1:31:41- Patrick provides a rules breakdown for Sentient, the set collection, dice manipulation game. [to buy] [publisher]
Bumper Music- Robots by Flight of the Conchords.
1:36:00- All of the Pegs review Sentient.

Blue Peg, Pink Peg Re-Roll

Bumper Music- Baby Come Back by Player
2:07:37- All of the Pegs revisit Millennium Blades.

Blue Peg, Pink Peg Discussion

Bumper Music- Too Many People by Paul McCartney
2:20:56- All of the Pegs preview the games they are most looking forward to playing at GenCon 2017