Wednesday February 26, 2020

30Seconds game from South Africais aiming to be the talk of Ireland

A teaching stint in Zimbabwe in the early 1990s provided Corkman Greg Dooley with the inspiration for an Irish-themed board game that would tap into local knowledge and relevant day-to-day topics.

22nd December, 2013

Woodland Games

**What it does:** Publishes the Irish version of the 30Seconds board game

**Why it works:** We started talking about this board game that was so successful in South Africa. We saw it as a good opportunity, so we decided to take the plunge and go ahead.'' - **Greg Dooley,** owner, Woodland Games

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