Image of International Board Game Night // Müszi közért Budapest

Come and play with us again at: ***Müszi Közért***!

Join us, invite your friends and neighbours and build an empire, patch a blanket, battle the sheep, steal some diamonds or explore the unknown in the company of some super people and a beer, with the help of seasoned game masters.

We know that it may be still a bit challenging to find us, since the venue has just been redone and there is just a small sign on the door which can be confusing, but don't hesitate and enter through the milk-glass door at the corner to the magical world of board games, excitement and fun.

See you on Tuesday!

Entry: 400 HUF

(Magyar leírás alul. // Scroll down for Hungarian!)



A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, a group of students decided to conquer the night with board games. Once they were done, as the team behind Hungary's most popular board gaming event series, called "Játszóház Projekt", they have set out on a new mission: to make sure that English speaking people in Budapest also have a chance to get involved with modern board games!

Our events are great opportunities to get to know new people, have fun and gain world domination. We have more than 200 games, however you won’t find Monopoly or Hotel amongst them. We prefer the newer generation of games that are much more fun: Dixit, Dobble, Ticket to Ride, Patchwork etc.. If you don't know any of them that's okay, there will be a few organizers to help and get you started. Let’s get high on board games together!

Does it sound too good to be true? See for yourself:

We have a cool video:

More info:


És ha most nagyon nem vagy képben, hogy mi van:

Ez a Játszóház Projekt csapatának angol nyelvű társasozós rendezvénye. Hagyományos eseményeinket itt találod:

13/02/2018 - 18:00 to 23:00
MÜSZI Közért
Izabella utca 29.
Map to the venue: 

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