30 seconds to corner the game market

A start-up company has revamped a popular South African board game for the Irish market, and has secured orders from Smyth's Toys, Toymaster, World of Wonder and Eason. Woodland Games is behind th

11th December, 2011
30 seconds to corner the game market
Greg Dooley, managing director, Woodland Games. Photo: Damien Drohan

A start-up company has revamped a popular South African board game for the Irish market, and has secured orders from Smyth's Toys, Toymaster, World of Wonder and Eason.

Woodland Games is behind the Irish version of 30 Seconds, a trivia description game aimed at teenagers, college students and adults, which is available nationwide this Christmas.

According to Woodland Games' managing director Greg Dooley, it enjoys the same status in South Africa that games like Monopoly and...

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