“There was nothing really like it on the market. This was the opportunity to put popular Irish culture into a game.”

When Ryan Tubridy asked Greg Dooley how he picks famous Irish names for his board game, he was asking for a friend. And in case he wasn’t, the founder of the Irish version of 30 Seconds reassured Ryan he’d made the cut: “Well you’re obviously in. So you can send me a brown envelope later” Of course Ryan wasn’t angling to find out … Continue reading “There was nothing really like it on the market. This was the opportunity to put popular Irish culture into a game.”