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GAMES PASS SPRUDELHOF

Hesse's largest Summer Games Festival celebrates its fifth anniversary from 16 to 18 June 2017

 

Friedberg, 9 June 2017: For the fifth time the town of Bad Nauheim and the game publisher Pegasus Games are organizing the big game. Set against the beautiful backdrop of the Art Nouveau Spa town of Bad Nauheim. Visitors can look forward to a varied program of outdoor games, board and card games, tournaments and competitions in the bathhouses and on the grounds of the historic Spa Town. Admission is free, as every year.

On Friday this year's Games Festival starts with the music school band workshop which is always well-attended and the first rounds of play begin at 6.00pm. On Saturday and Sunday respectively, the event opens at 10.00am, with the game program for children and parents of the EvA vehicle, and games include the new outdoor football game KICKeT,  cooperative rounds of the real-time group game Captain Sonar - a new interpretation of the classic Battleship - a miniature golf Tournament and many other fun games. No previous experience in the respective games is needed.

Other highlights include the free Games Library where players may borrow from over 1,000 classic and new games and play them at the well situated tables. The Pegasus Games team will be on hand to help and explain the rules of the games. Experienced players may want to join in the many tournaments and championships, not just for the title of German Champion in the classic games; Village (Kenner game of the year 2012), Istanbul (Kennerspiel of 2014) and Mage Wars Arena (Origins Awards Best Board Game Nominee 2013), but also to win many other prizes.

The program with the event times and registration for the tournaments are on the event page of Pegasus games online. Food and beverages stands will be on location selling refreshments at a fair price. On the Sunday there will be a Big Games  "flea-market" where you might find that specific game you have been searching for.

Link to event page: Bad Nauheim plays 2017

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