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With an iPhone in every pocket and the nation’s obsession with games like Flappy Bird, you might think the old-fashioned board game is passé. But boardgames – yes, the kind made out of cardboard – are in many ways bigger than ever. Fusion Live’s Bradley Blackburn goes to a one-of-a-kind cafe in Los Angeles, where the board game is celebrated. At GameHaus, visitors can pick from 700 different games, and it’s drawing a diverse crowd of players who say that analog gaming is a lot of fun.