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Pegasus plays on a big summer tour

The game tour with 13 stations on the North Sea and Baltic Sea will be supported by Pegasus Spiele in 2018


Friedberg, 19.03.2018: Also this year, the holiday on the North and Baltic Sea is totally playful. The colorful Spielspiel4u game bus will be touring again in the north of Germany from July 14th to August 23rd - and Pegasus Spiele will be there with six titles. Overall, the tour is heading for 13 venues.

Families expect a great mix of fun and games from the specialists this year: Pegasus Games, Amigo, Corax Games, Game Factory, Huch !, Nürnberger Spielkarten-Verlag and Piatnik. Spielkonzept4u's "live game manuals" are also part of the game and explain every game on request. It's also worth taking a look at the "Spiel doch!" Game - the board game magazine for casual gamers and the traditional guessing game have three game packs worth 100 € to win!

The focus games of Pegasus are the "Game of the Year" 2017 Kingdomino , the fast game of skill Go Go Gelato and the exciting card game Memoarrr !. Other titles that can be tried out as part of the game tour are the child's play Fox you've stolen the chicken , the travel game Round the World and the outdoor and indoor football game Kicket! , Read more at: 15044-pegasus-spiele-aufer -summer-tour /

Whether on the beach, in the city, in the museum or at the harbor: It is played everywhere! All dates and addresses of the tour are already fixed:

The venues ( ):

·         14th - 15th of July:   pier bridge in Schönberg

·         17th-19th July: Friedrichskoog (Friedrichskoog peak)

·         22.-26. July: List (Sylt)

·         July 29 - August 1: Büsum

·         August 2nd: St. Peter Ording (district Dorf)

·         3.-fifth August: St. Peter Ording at the kite festival

·         August 9: St. Peter Ording (district village)

·         12. August: Waabs

·         13th-15th August: Eckernförde

·         16. August: Waabs

·         19. August: Waabs

·         20.–21. August: Schönhagen

·         23. August: Waabs

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