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Christiaan Meijer
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Hello all,

I am visiting München tomorrow and Saturday and am looking to visit a nice game store. Could you direct me to a nice one?
 
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Stephan
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Unfortunately, Munich does not what I consider to be a great game store.

There are these, however, which might suit you, depending on what you're looking for:

Obletter: Toys and games with a good-sized selection of games in the basement; staff are not necessarily gamers, but if you know what you're looking for, this might be a good choice.
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Games-In Roll-playing games, miniatures games and many foreign imports, also fantasy and SF literature (unfortunately, the owner is a bit of a grouch)
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Funtainment mainly miniatures games and CCGs, lots of play space, very friendly staff)
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Deparment Stores like Galeria Kaufhof (letter B in the map) and Karstadt also have surprisingly large game sections, and not only mass market titles either.
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tom dietl
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Quote:
and not only mass market titles either
echt?
 
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elevation wrote:
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and not only mass market titles either
echt?
Yes, really, there are not only Monopoly, Uno, Risk and the like, but also gamer games like Dominion, Pillars of the Earth, 7 Wonders etc.
Of course, you would look for wargames or crayon rail games in vain.
 
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