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More Millenials Unplug to Embrace Board Gamesi
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Elizabeth Lee
April 15, 2014 11:49 PM
A big new trend in the U.S. toy industry has more consumers switching off their high-tech gadgets to play with classic toys, like board games. This is especially true among the so-called millenial generation - those born in the 1980's and 90's. Elizabeth Lee has more from an unusual café in Los Angeles, where the new trend is popular and business is booming.

More Millenials Unplug to Embrace Board Games

Elizabeth Lee

Published April 15, 2014

A big new trend in the U.S. toy industry has more consumers switching off their high-tech gadgets to play with classic toys, like board games. This is especially true among the so-called millenial generation - those born in the 1980's and 90's. Elizabeth Lee has more from an unusual café in Los Angeles, where the new trend is popular and business is booming.


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by: Steven
April 24, 2014 10:06 AM
I don't think it is appropriate to call board games part of the "toy industry". Makes it sound as if Millenials are a bunch of immature man-childs.


by: Ray Ivey from: United States
April 16, 2014 5:51 PM
Game Haus Cafe is my new favorite place in Los Angeles.