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The name is a pun on the phrase peer pressure, where one conforms to how his/her friends think or behave.
Before the game starts, a "spinning" arrow chooses who goes first. The selected player takes a turn, and the players to their right follow in order.
Players try to pick fishing lines that they think have Cheep-Cheeps on them. If any players should pick a fishing rod with an Urchin, they are knocked into the water and eliminated. The game is purely luck-based; there is no way of telling whether a rod has a Cheep-Cheep or an Urchin hooked to it, even if the line moves in a different way from another.
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