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    Default Re: '70s board games still in production

    Quote Originally Posted by Twocky61 View Post
    The classic one has to be Snakes and ladders which usually has Ludo on the other side of the board
    How about tiddlywinks

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    Default Re: '70s board games still in production

    Wow really so you mean s and l of the eighties has them two games on the same board.
    Modern s and l of the last 15 yrs does not.


    In all the time i played it i never turned the board over to find out.




    Quote Originally Posted by twocky61 View Post
    the classic one has to be snakes and ladders which usually has ludo on the other side of the board
    FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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    HI I collect 70's board games, you may want to look on ebay and boardgamegeek.com ones that are still going have changed they are more PC now like Ideal;'s Crossfire so small and Operation.

    Here is list for you to say OMG I had that

    Haunted House
    Treasure of the Pharaohs
    One for the Cup
    Spyring
    Tank Battle
    Tank Command
    It's a Knockout
    On the Buses
    War of the Daleks
    Ghost Train
    Sky Battle
    Gunfight at the O.K. Coral
    Rebound
    Bumper shot
    Jaws
    buckeroo
    Stratego
    Battling Gladiators
    Alley Cats
    Game of Life
    Colditz
    Escape from Colditz
    Buccaneer
    Microdot
    Scream Inn
    Dads Army
    Up Periscope
    Wing-it
    The fastest Gun

    Thats a few I know off the top of my head ;/

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    I'm pretty sure "Risk" was around in the 70s. The game is still around today in various more modern and revamped forms for shorter and versatile play, but the game I remember playing didn't have mission cards and such; the only objective was complete world domination.

    Would take about 3 hours and at least 1 permanently damaged friendship to finish those original games if I recall correctly

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    Default Re: '70s board games still in production

    I remember me & my brother were once given some games, including a set of Risk which were too young to understand how to play.
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