I have expertise with answering questions about American board games since 1950. I have a special interest in family games. If I don't know an answer, I can assist with finding helpful resources. I am not an expert with answering wargame, eurogame and online board game questions.
I have served as a community guest speaker on board game topics. I enjoy researching and discussing various aspects of board games. As a group therapist, I have used board games for therapeutic purposes.
I have graduate degrees in education and counseling.
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Hi Prashant, Since video games and battery eliminators are not a part of my expertise in board games, I can only guess as to how to answer your question. You might find another expert who is more familiar
Hi Prashant, Sorry for the delay. Thanks for your interesting question about using battery eliminators with toys and games. I would think battery eliminators would be helpful when using toys or electronic
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