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Adam Bishop, the owner of War Room Games on Sunset Road, said there has been demand for gamer products during the pandemic, including Dungeons and Dragons and two-player, kid-friendly board games.

Returning to a childhood pastime brings escape from pandemic's social isolation

Adam Bishop, the owner of War Room Games on Sunset Road, said there has been demand for gamer products during the pandemic, including Dungeons and Dragons and two-player, kid-friendly board games.

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