Denmark’s most played bar game is coming to Manchester this November! the UK Klask Association are producing their inaugural event on Saturday 4th November at Cafe Football National Football Museum.
What is Klask we hear you ask. Klask is a fun magnetic game where the players challenge each other in a battle that can get loud and exciting!
The magnetic gameplay of Klask is unique, fun and like no other game out there… Klask will entertain all players from the youngsters to the old folks. The player is in charge of the magnets from under the table. Both players try to score while trying to avoid the white barrier magnets in the middle of the game field.
Late December 2013, after long days and nights spent in his workshop, Danish carpenter Mikkel Bertelsen had something truly unique in his hands – a wooden board game with magnets which one steers under the board!
Mikkel has always had plenty of ideas for innovations of all sorts, but there was something different about Klask. Just in time for the holidays, he made a few copies of the game for Christmas presents to some of his friends. Soon after, he word spread through the country and orders from individuals, as well as cafés, bars, and even work offices started to pour in.
“Klask is a game that all ages can play, its fast, fun and can get very competitive” says Daniel Lilley, founder of UK Klask Association.
The event starts at 12 noon on Saturday 4th November, at the National Football Museum Cafe Football and is free to play, with a group and knockout tournament starting at 1pm. If you’re new to the game there will be players to show you how to play – it takes minutes to learn!
More information can be found at www.klask.uk