If a Kearney event is any indication,more people are playing board games.
It's part of an international movementto get people playing.
GameOn expected to surpass the 100-personattendance mark they hit last year when they participated in their first InternationalTable Top Day.
They offered free meals and evengame-themed snacks to players Saturday.
The store's co-owner said board andcard games are becoming popular once again.
"It's got a big resurgence herelately in the past few years. A lot of people are wanting to just disconnectelectronics and play something that's tactile and there," said TannerLytle.
The Table Top Day event lasted 12 hours.