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FRIEDBERG PLAYS! ROMANS - KNIGHTS - ROCK'N'ROLL TOGETHER WITH THE CITY FRIEDBERG INVITES PEGASUS GAMES FOR LARGE OPEN-AIR GAMES HARD A

Friedberg, June 10, 2016: 800jähriges anniversary in the city of Friedberg of this year. The open-air event "Friedberg plays!" On June 11, is a highlight of the anniversary year. As Spieleverlag from Friedberg Pegasus Games with a varied program in the big games tent is the center of events, which extends over the entire Kaiser street in the Friedberger City. The publication of the big games "My Friedberg Game" is a special event. With proven classics and new game ideas inspired the games not only Friedberger, but all gamers.

Musically the game hard was opened at 11 am, before the Kaiser street becomes one big road game. Whether the high ropes course, children's climbing or sumo wrestling - all day can join visitors in the various play structures. In Pegasus games tent on the Elvis Presley Square classics and novelties can be tried. From Game of 2014 Camel Up on the new My Friedberg game up to recently a cinch 2016 nominated Mmm! Home games Friedberger game publisher will be presented by Spieleerklärern and can be played directly.

In games tent, the running game time cards will be issued. In eleven shops on Kaiserstraße tricky problems waiting to be solved. There's a stamp. Those who collect all eleven stamps, may give his card to 19 pm and then takes part in the draw on the castle stage, when there are great prizes for children and adults.

The games "My Friedberg game" celebrates not just Premiere, it is also available on site. In cooperation with municipal institutions such as the City Archives and the Wetterau Museum arisen involves the collection in addition to variations of classic board games like Friedberg Mau Mau also the circular mill game, which has already been played by the Romans. In addition, successful title of Pegasus Games were redesigned specifically for the city of Friedberg. Brimming with games, the collection a lot of variety and fun for all ages.

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