Quincy Space Aims to Make Gaming Inclusive and Accessible

Lucky Goblin Games in Quincy needs your help! They’ve recently launched an Indiegogo campaign to aid their mission of making their new store more inclusive and accessible. The store, run by Charlotte Noyen and Seamus Haley, has been spurred by their desire to create a space where tabletop gaming can truly be for everyone. The campaign seeks to raise $10,000 in the next 18 days to pay for hiring an accessibility expert, providing aids and products for disabled gamers, and creating a tabletop gaming space that is accessible to gamers of all body types and mobility. You can check out their campaign here.

 

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