Q&A with New Hampshire card game designer

Q: How did you decide to quit your job and start Games By Play Date?
A: In addition to my job at the time, I was and still am part of a non profit called Play Date New Hampshire. We have a tremendous library of board games, and we take the games to libraries and teach kids how to play them. The feeling being, since games were what kind of saved my life in high school, learning these games might be good for other kids too.


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