Enslen, 40, lived across the country growing up in an Air Force family. He and wife, Samantha, moved to Tipp City, the home of her parents, from Washington, D.C., in 2005. He combined his personal love of gaming with a desire to open a retail operation downtown and give people, particularly younger ones, something to do locally.
“I was looking for something that would be fun, someplace where people could come and play,” Enslen said. I also wanted to help create things to do in Dayton.”