Dice Tower Network Podcast: Blue Peg Pink Peg

Blue Peg, Pink Peg is a podcast about boardgames, relationships, and the interaction between the two. During each episode of Blue Peg, Pink Peg two boardgaming couples: share their gaming experiences and adventures; discuss and review games suitable for two player, family or small group play; and explore a topic unique to gaming couples or families. Each episode of Blue Peg, Pink Peg is a light, funny and friendly conversation to which all gamers are invited and welcomed.

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Blue Peg Pink Peg Episodes

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Ted Terranova, the man behind the successful kickstarter Rivet Wars, joins us in the third chair!   First we tie Ted down and ask him the tough questions: What games got him started? How did he get into the industry?  And why the heck are rivets at war? Later we talk in great detail about the new Bioshock: Infinite board game from Plaid Hat games.  In this detailed review we cover components, how it plays, and what makes it a compelling "dudes on a map" game. All that and our other not-too-horrible segments including:  - Total Fan Girl - Do You Ever Notice  - The Hollywood Minute
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Click On The Text Below To Check Out The Premiere Episode Of Blue Peg, Pink Peg Episode 1: King of Tokyo/Boardgame Weekends During this week’s episode: 1) Patrick and Robb discuss game organization, recent expansions, and their preparations for GenCon 2013. 2) The guys and the girls review Richard Garfield’s King of Tokyo, a whimsical, […]
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Click On The Text Below To Check Out The Premiere Episode Of Blue Peg, Pink Peg Episode 1: King of Tokyo/Boardgame Weekends During this week’s episode: 1) Patrick and Robb discuss game organization, recent expansions, and their preparations for GenCon 2013.
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Geoff Engelstein returns to join us in the third chair!  Geoff is curious about what Craig has been up to writting the comics for Wild West Exodus.  So he spends a segment grilling Craig on just what it takes to create a new comic series. Later we dive into the heroic co-op: Sentinels of the Multiverse.  Just how does this comic book hero game work and why is it so darn fun? All that and our other not-too-horrible segments including:  - Total Fan Girl - Do You Ever Notice  - The Hollywood Minute - News - & More
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Ladies and gentlemen, it's Raef "Hollywood" Granger! Yep, Raef joins us in the third chair and we get to talk about the games we're playing and enjoying.  Up first we discuss the "State of Miniature Gaming" as we see it, colored by our local scene.  Which games are sticking and why? Later Raef and Russ discuss storytelling in video games.  Seems like there have been some great examples this year, and we dive into the techniques we like and make us feel part of the game. And the Hollywood Miniute is back! All that and our other not-too-horrible segments including:  - Total Fan Girl
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Mack Martin, who is now one of the big brains at Wyrd Miniatures working on the new version of Malifaux, joins us in the third chair this time! Since Mack is working on the Malifaux rules update, we thought we'd pick his brain.  What are they doing? Why are they doing it? When will it be ready?  Does my stuff get nurfed? And later Craig, Russ, and Mack dive into the Iron Kingdoms RPG. In this detailed review they cover everything from character creation to combat mechanics.   Stay focused and you'll learn everything you need to know to decide if this RPG is something you should check out.
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Colby Dauch, of Plaid Hat Games, joins us in the third chair this time! Up first Craig and Russ have all kinds of questions to ask Colby about what it's like getting a big game license, and Bioshock Infinite certainly is a big license.  Colby tells us how Plaid Hat got the deal and gives us a preview of the upcoming board game Bioshock Infinite: The Seige of Columbia. Later Craig and Russ review the egyptian themed game Kemet.  Does the gameplay match the amazing component quality? All that and our other not-too-horrible segments including:  - Total Fan Girl - Do You Ever Notice  - News
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We're very excited to have Eric Summerer, of the Dice Tower Podcast, sitting in the third chair.   Since Eric is a professional voice actor, we take the opportunity to grill him on what his profession is like and how does one go about recording an epic sci-fi audio book? Later the three dive into a detailed review of Mice and Mystics.  A great family dungeon crawler that gamers of any age will enjoy. All that and our other not-too-horrible segments including:  - Total Fan Girl - Do You Ever Notice  - News - & More
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Angelo Lombardi, the itinerant gamer and COO of La Quinta, returns to the third chair to talk about every gamers dream: to design a game.  What dreams have we thought of building? And have we ever considered trying to make them real. Later the three dive into a detailed review of Dungeons and Dragons: Dungeon Command.  Is there a meaty game packed in the box with all those pre-painted miniatures? All that and our other not-too-horrible segments including:  - Total Fan Girl - Do You Ever Notice  - News - & More
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Tim Huckelbery and Sam Stewart, two RPG design big-wig's at Fantasy Flight Games behind both the Star Wars and 40k RPG's, join Craig and Russ in the third chair. Up first: What's it like designing RPG's and how do you keep the different games feeling unique?  And later the team dives into specific RPG mechanics in Mulling Mechics.  Which do we like best for what? All that and our other not-too-horrible segments including:  - Total Fan Girl - Do You Ever Notice  - News - Listener Resolutions - & More If you'd like to discuss the show with us and others in our forum thread: .  

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