Kamloops board game shop struggling to get games

It's a roll of the dice for a Kamloops board game shop. All Aboard Games has seen its board game sales drop by 50 per cent since the start of the year.

All Aboard Games had to laid off employees because of the low Canadian dollar and distribution changes

Derek Johnson owns All Aboard Games in Kamloops. He's being trying to bring in the original Pandemic game but distribution issues have left him with only expansions. (Jenifer Norwell/CBC)

Board games are supposed to be a fun way to unwind, but for one Kamloops business owner, they've turned into a big headache.

Since the start of the year, All Aboard Games has seen a 50 per cent drop in the sale of board games in the shop.

Daybreak's Jenifer Norwell paid a visit to the shop to find out why.

The gaps on the shelves at All Aboard Games in Kamloops are due to challenges trying to order in popular games. (Jenifer Norwell/CBC)

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