Testimonials

test2“I’ve been playing games for a long time. Board games, card games, and video games. The thing I liked about this game is that, although the concept is very simple, there was a lot of strategy involved. How you were going to play based on how you drew. I also like the fact that there is a luck component to the game so that you couldn’t just overpower everyone. Even the wild cards were balanced because you had to take a turn to either place a peg anywhere to remove a peg from the board. You didn’t get to place a peg in the same turn, so it was very well balanced. I thought that for how simple the concent was that the depth of the game was a lot further what I was able to see at first.”

– Local Portland gamer

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“I like this game. I thought it was very interesting and engaging. I know lots of people who would like to play this game, especially teenagers my age, people who are younger than me, or older than me. I think it’s a good way to use brain power in a constructive way with good competition.”

– Local Portlander

hr3

test3“I thought that Tao of Peg was really fun and very well designed. It’s got fast game play, it’s easy to pick up, yet it’s a challenge to figure out how to (win), but it’s not impossible. I think it’s really fun, and enjoyed it a lot. I look forward to playing it again.”

– Local Portland parent

hr3

test4“I thought the game was really interesting. It seemed like you had to be really sneaky to win, unless you got three in a row in two places and had to be blocked two or three times. I thought it was really fun, though!”

– Young Portland gaming enthusiast