Münchhausen Bi


14 plexiglass characters and stages

SKU: 2006/2014 Category:


Designed by Calembour

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The name of this game is inspired by the famous Baron of Münchhausen, who became popular for his incredible adventure tales: amongst them, the story of a trip to the moon. This game is a hymn to imagination, designed to create stories and fantasy worlds. A game allowing to build poetic sets in a theatre stage: a dinosaur becoming a hill, a hot air balloon flying off, a distant lighthouse sparkling mysterious light.
Inspired by the game “Plus and minus” by Bruno Munari, Münchhausen Bi allows children to play with theatrical coloured sets. Several children can play together, invent stories and play overlapping different scenes.
Download the app to make the soundtrack of your game with Münchhausen Bi.

– 14 characters/stages (50×30 cm)

Additional information

Weight 4.1 kg
Dimensions 50 × 20 × 35 cm
Box Contents

14 characters/stages (50×30 cm)

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