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Editor’s Picks: Best Gaming Destinations

by Hannah Schmitt

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If high temperatures have you dreading another outing to a park or playground, maybe it’s time to head indoors for some play. These board game cafes and game rooms offer everything from old-fashioned family fun like a game of checkers to cutting-edge gaming technology like virtual reality. Any age or interest is bound to find something fun at these metro game destinations.

DZ Comics & Gaming opened in 2013 and is a hub for card and video game enthusiasts in Moore. The gaming tables on-site are open to players to try out a variety of games. If you find one you love, buy it at the shop and maybe even sign up for a tournament. The business hosts events regularly and posts them to their Facebook page, www.facebook.com/dzcomicsandgaming.

Oklahoma City’s Game HQ is a true destination for gamers with a large retail space of role-playing games, board games, miniature games, card games, war games, family games, dice and more. Their 3,000-square-foot game room is available for open play and they regularly host events and tournaments for game enthusiasts. Entry into the game room is completely free but special events sometimes cost. Their schedule can be found at www.gameheadquarters.com.

New World Games & Comics has tabletop gaming events and tournaments, plus their store is fully stocked with a variety of games, accessories and more. Learn more by visiting their Facebook page.

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