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Tim Fiscus
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Hello fellow geeks-

I am going to be leaving in a few days for a 16-day excursion into Europe with my in-laws. I was recently given some money (by my sister, no less ) with which to purchase games. I'd like to buy some language-independent German games in Germany, and my first stop is Munich.

Is anyone familiar with a good gaming store in Munich? If so, please contact me at huckmanT@comcast.net with information or respond to this post. Thanks!

Game on.

 
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Peter Marchlewitz
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Obletter!
Wall to wall games in the heart of the "footwalking" part of inner Munich. Karslplatz, I believe, near a huge fountain.

 
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Tim Fiscus
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Many thanks. I've also read that department stores (!) carry nice game selections. I live in the wrong country... cry
 
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Palpatine wrote:
Obletter!
Wall to wall games in the heart of the "footwalking" part of inner Munich. Karslplatz, I believe, near a huge fountain.
Yes, right on the corner of Sonnenstrasse. It's a really cool store filled with all sorts of toys, models, and games. I didn't buy anything while I was there, but even just shopping around was a lot of fun.
 
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Alexander Wesselmann
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Thats right!

Obletter surprised me with "Schatten ├╝ber Camelot" on the first day!
If you do not find what you are looking for, they will help you to find smaller stores with more special selection!
 
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