Brandon helps Christina run through her top 10 games of all time! You might hear some similarities from Bonus Episode 18 in which the pegs listed their top 5 games. Not only does Christina list her top 10 games but she answers one very difficult question that Brandon threw at her…….did she answer correctly?!?!?Read More
Brandon and Kevin share their thoughts on Small Box Games….because as you all know board games come in a standard box size!
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1) The Pegs discuss their recent game plays including The Guild of Merchant Explorers, Scout, Marvel Dice Throne and many more;
2) All the Pegs review Skymines; and
3) Look back at Kokopelli.Read More
1) The Pegs discuss their recent game plays including Wormholes, First Class, Shiver me Timbers and many more;
2) All the Pegs review The Castles of Tuscany; and
3) Look back at Terraforming Mars Ares Expedition.Read More
During this, our 100th Episode, we look back at some of the highlights of the past 100 episodes. We re-visit momentous events, explore the origins of some of the show’s features, discuss some of our favorite PegHead experiences, discuss how we have grown, and much more.
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Click here to download “The Fresh Prince of Pompeii”
BPPP Great Western Trail and 2017 Predictions/Resolutions (click on the text to the left to listen)
During this week’s mega sized episode:
1) The Pegs discuss recent news and a recent game plays including New Angeles, SeaFall, A Feast for Odin, Brick Party, and many more;
2) Review the engine building game Great Western Trail, and;
3) Provide their 2017 board gaming predictions and resolutions.
Click here for game play photos and show notes.
Certain of the aforementioned reviews derive from a copy of the reviewed game which was provided by the publisher, free of charge.