Six Feet Under Games
New Holland, PA
The front windows of Six Feet (as the local players call it) have a “stained glass” appearance, which stood out to me. Another thing that stood out to me was the way they store their singles. The cards are housed in card catalogs behind the counter, which my inner bookworm found awesome. For those of you not familiar with card catalogs, they’re the giant wooden containers where you’d go to look up the location of a book in the library pre-computers (yes, I know I’m aging myself here). I also enjoyed the signs designating the types of board games on the shelves (Children’s & Training, being a favorite). I will say that I found the aisle ways to be a little cramped if you’re on the larger size or need mobility aids. Also, I was told that there is at least one cat that roams the store (and I was super excited about this), but I didn’t see the cat anywhere 😞, although one corner of the store smelled slightly of a litter box, even though I didn’t see one.
I was in the store about 10 minutes before I was greeted. Which, is understandable, everyone working seemed to be busy with other customers and tasks. The woman I talked to was super upbeat and called me “hon” which was nice since most people have switched over to calling me “ma’am” -shudder-, I swear I’m not that old! Overall, it was pretty standard customer service.
Six Feet has everything you expect a game store to have. From your standard Magic & Pokemon, to miniatures and a pretty decent selection of RPGs, to rows upon rows of board games. As well as your sleeves, deck boxes and dice.
In store, it was hard to tell what events they ran, but their FB page is full of information. I was pleastantly surprised to find that they do fundraising for non-profits in their community. As well as, hosting a variety of events in store.