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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This week we are NOT talking about the size of the box.  No no, we're talking about the SIDE of it.  Ok, we're really not talking about that either.  What we're really talking about is the info the publisher puts on the box (often the side) for player count, time and age.  What's up with that and why is it almost never right? Go to http://TabletopGameTalk.com/live to learn how to be part of our live audience.
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This week we talk about creating characters in role playing games.  We also talk about playing role playing games, and to bring it full circle we talk about character death.  This one is a bit long, but we were having so much fun talking about this subject, Chris couldn't bring himself to cutting it any shorter. Go to http://TabletopGameTalk.com/live to learn how to be part of our live audience.
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Reviews of Kokopelli, Trekking the World, One Small Step. Featured review: Tekhenu by Board&Dice; Reroll Flotilla by Wizkids. Board game discussion starts at 32:15 https://bluepegpinkpeg.com/ep183.

Thank you to our sponsors: Queen Games and Grand Gamers Guild.

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Reviews of Kokopelli, Trekking the World, One Small Step. Featured review: Tekhenu by Board&Dice; Reroll Flotilla by Wizkids. Board game discussion starts at 32:15 https://bluepegpinkpeg.com/ep183.Thank you to our sponsors: Queen Games and Grand Gamers Guild.Timestamps: 00:01:08 - Trivia; 00:32:15 - Kokopelli; 00:41:49 - One Small Step; 00:50:58 - Trekking the World; 01:13:16 - Inner Compass; 01:12:29 - Caylus 1303; 01:18:15 - Fluttering Souls; 01:25:57 - News; 02:04:12 - Tekhenu; 02:41:22 - Flotilla Reroll
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This week we're kind of all over the place.  We start with our usual banter, and then talk about the Oculus Quest 2, then finally get on topic, mostly.  We talk about games (video and board) and books that are in our collection even though we don't plan to play or read them.  We also talk about barbies.  And kickstarter.  And flying with pets.  But it was all fun! Go to http://TabletopGameTalk.com/live to learn how to be part of our live audience.
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This week we Josh replaces Fletcher for our discussion of real time games.  Why do these tend to be a love 'em or hate 'em category of gaming?  How many of these are in the top 100 games on BGG?  Top 1000?  What are the pros and cons of real time games.  Is realtime one word or two? Listen to Josh ask Elon Musk a tough question: https://youtu.be/iU-poglarHc (Starts at about 3:11:50 - yes this is a long video.) And another link to nerts: https://bicyclecards.com/how-to-play/nerts/
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Seastead, Court of the Dead: Dark Harvest MonsDRAWsity and mor. Featured review: Apocrypha by Lone Shark Games; Reroll Abomination: Heir of Frankenstein by Plaid Hat Games. Board game discussion starts at 30:07. https://bluepegpinkpeg.com/ep182. Thank you to our sponsors: Queen Games and Grand Gamers Guild. Timestamps:
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Seastead, Court of the Dead: Dark Harvest MonsDRAWsity and mor. Featured review: Apocrypha by Lone Shark Games; Reroll Abomination: Heir of Frankenstein by Plaid Hat Games. Board game discussion starts at 30:07. https://bluepegpinkpeg.com/ep182.Thank you to our sponsors: Queen Games and Grand Gamers Guild.Timestamps:
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Join Jeremy on Blue Peg, Pink Peg Industry Insights for an interview with Daniel Newman and Tony Miller, who just launched the new publishing endeavor New Mill Industries. We'll talk about their lives as gamers, gaming with kids and families, what goes in to starting a new publishing house, and their upcoming Kickstarter for their first game - The Science and Seance Society. www.bluepegpinkpeg.com/Bonus12
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This week we talk about multiplayer solitaire games and why we like them but also why the term tends to be used to describe a negative aspect of these games. Also, next week we talk about realtime games and this is the game Kitty was describing that is both multiplayer solitaire (literally) and realtime: https://bicyclecards.com/how-to-play/nerts/ Go to http://TabletopGameTalk.com/live to learn how to be part of our live audience.

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