Scott and Jennifer run a phenomenal game store in Fresno, conveniently located on Bullard Avenue next to the 41 off-ramp. They carry a wide selection of games, including board games of every type, card games (Magic the Gathering, Munchkin, etc.), table-top role playing games (Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder and more), and miniatures for war games.In addition, the store has a customer rewards system that allows you a free game day pass token for every $10.00 that you spend. You are also able to trade this tokens in during their anniversary month (which I believe is October) for store credit. Besides the sheer selection of merchandise, the store has a staff of friendly and knowledgeable employees. Any game store can carry good games, but not all game stores have a staff that are attentive to the needs of the customers or so ready and willing to help.My advice to any gamer who lives around Fresno or who might find themselves stopping by in Fresno: ignore the negative reviews and check out Crazy Squirrel Game Store for yourself to see what a great place it is, and the great people who work there. It is well worth your time and you will be more than pleasantly surprised.
This place has the worst game store I have ever frequented. I had a buddy fly in from out of town to play at a gaming tournament here. We arrived at the game store 10 minutes before the tournament was to begin. There was absolutely no line at the register. The owner charged us a &quot;late fee&quot; for ARRIVING 10 MINUTES EARLY. There was absolutely no one waiting in line. My friend and I were completely disgusted by the owners gracelessness and lack of customer service. Frequent this establishment at your peril.Of course I have been here before. I have never been told to be there 1/2 an hour early. As I was there way before the start time of the tournament there was no reason to call anyone. The owner never had reason to tell me of any late fee prior to the day she treated me so poorly because I have always arrived way before start time. Again, there was no reason she had to treat a customer so poorly.