No bits and bytes – nowhere on the tables in the vastness of the city hall. Instead, games to touch, to romp, to puzzle with. If you didn’t know it was 2018, on saturday you might have thought you were back in the 80s.
Charlotte leads the way. The eight-year-old from bad staffelstein only found out from her mother on friday that she would be at the games fair the next day. Their reaction? "I just went on eating my lunch."
This does not sound like enthusiasm, but far from it. The child could not imagine anything about it, explains her mother. But now charlotte has an idea of what it’s like, because she walked around the hall, which was huge for her, became a human part of a giant-sized kicker, went inside coarse air cushion balls and even wore glasses that gave her a pretty good idea of how "dumb" she was it is to be drunk. She didn’t regret the fact that there were no computer games here: "I like playing hupfburg a lot more than playing soccer."