|Looking back, I would say that the fair was better organised than in many years: the Comic Action stands had been moved out of the way into hall 8, next to the Roleplay & fantasy in hall 6 and the Kids' playground in hall 4. This meant that all the important (to me) game stuff were coveniently placed in adjacent halls. Very convenient!
Good thing too, as there were more people than ever. 148.555 registered visitors were enjoying hundreds of new games presented by 578 exhibitors from 21 nations.
Brigitte & Wolfgang Ditt
In celebration of the 20 Year anniversary, and in combination with a local school holiday could families get access to the halls on special family passes the first two days, and this took some of the pressure away from the weekend - or you could say that all four days were equally crowded. Which was good, as it meant that it was relatively easy to get around, even at the normally impossible busy Saturday.
5 notable changes from previous years:
*) My lack of notes and camera has luckily been compensated by a large number of reports made by other visitors. Just follow the links above.
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