Popular Milton Bradley board games from 1960
Rack-O & Easy Money
Candy Land & Chutes and Ladders
Go to the Head of the Class & Park and Shop
Pirate and Traveler & Game of the States
Uncle Wiggily game
From Gameland – Milton Bradley Christmas Games to make the whole year merry! (1961)
One for every name on your gift list!
As a Christmas gift, a Milton Bradley game is the most: most fun, most excitement, most present for your money! So shop this page carefully. And pick out the right game — each one is age-identified — for every name on your gift list…
Vintage board games: Fun to give… and to receive! Famous Parker Games (1964)
Sorry – Parker Brothers Slide Pursuit Game
A really fine family game! Fun for adults, yet easily learned, with a balance of luck and skill that gives even the youngest a chance to win.
Risk – Continental Game
Dramatic contest for control of continents and the world, puts power against power as crises mount. Realistic as today’s headlines!
Spill and Spell – Dice word game
Spill the 15 lettered cubes, create crosswords with the letters that come up. Unique scoring. Play alone or with a group. Hours of fun!
Clue – Detective game
A thrilling game for the amateur private eye. Players try to uncover the who, where and how from clues to a challenging mystery.
Mille Bornes – French card game
From France, the first really new card game in ages! You wine mileage points, roadblock opponents in an exciting cross-country trip.
Winnie-the-Pooh – Picture story game
Beloved A A Milne characters are moved on a picture story board. Kindergarten youngsters play by color; no reading, no counting!
Monopoly – Real estate trading game
Buy, sell, trade, even bluff your way to a real estate empire! Everyone can be a millionaire, or go broke, in the world’s most popular game.
Rook – Flinch – Pit – Popular card games
Three all-time favorite card games offering hours of party and family fun for children and grown-ups too. you’ll surely want all three.
Formula 1 car racing game
A lively racing game where driving skill pays off! Instrument panels show tire and brake wear, speed, laps to go. No two races alike!
Vintage board games: Merry Christmas gifts of Parker Games make a Happy New Year (1961)
Monopoly: Parker Brothers Real Estate Trading Game
You make a million in real estate? Of course! Anyone can… playing the world’s most famous game! $4.00-$5.00
Sorry: Parker Brothers Slide Pursuit Game
You can chase the other players nearly all around the board and still win. Just one lucky slide ahead will do it. $3.00
Clue: Parker Brothers Detective Game
Be a private eye! Deduce what befell a wealthy man from the evidence you’ll uncover as you search his mansion. $3.50
Risk: Parker Brothers Continental Game
You’re a power in the world, pitting your strategy against others in dramatic moves spanning continents and oceans. $7.50
The beloved AA Milne characters and illustrated board make this a truly delightful game for very little folks. $2.00
Wide World: Parker Brothers Air Travel Game
You jet from continent to continent, combining tourist pleasures with business for the “points” you need to win. $3.00
“1863”: Parker Brothers Civil War Game
Now you can rewrite history! Editors of Life devised the game to Centennial tacticians could out-guess the generals. $4.00
Also makers of Careers – Rook – Kimbo – Flag Game – Camelot – Trade Winds – Pollyanna
Famous Parker games – Monopoly, Sorry, Risk, Careers, Clue, Winnie-the-Pooh (1962)
Probe – 1964
The Match Game
Flea Circus & Super Magnetel games
One thing about our games: if you play with your kids, you’ll probably lose.
In Flea Circus, it takes split-second timing and coordination to make tiny magnetic fleas perform daring circus tricks. In Super Magnetel®, it takes a steady hand to aim and shoot the magnetic discs in any of ten different games. (Our third new game is Sprint. It’s the game that brings the excitement of the drag strip to the game board.) These are all games of skill, action and fun. That’s why they can keep youngsters busy for hours.
Disney’s Peter Pan game (1969)
Careers: Parker Brothers game of optional goals
Kimbo: Parker Brothers Game of Fences
Mary Poppins Carousel
Parker Brothers: Sorry game (1969)
If they’ve already got Monopoly… let them go chase each other! Sorry is a perennial favorite because it puts players of all ages on an equal footing. And it’s easy to learn. Special cards control the exciting chase, and unexpected moves build suspense till the last minute. Since both luck and skill are involved, even the young can win.
If they’ve already got Monopoly… boggle their minds in 3 dimensions
People of all ages are quickly spellbound by Qubic, a fascinating 3-D tic-tac-toe game! Note the ingenious see-through plastic playing levels. Then imagine the challenge of lining up markers horizontally, vertically or diagonally, while competing on all four levels at the same time!
There are new worlds to conquer
Risk is a big, lavish game with a handsome board and 450 playing pieces! It gives you delightful delusions of grandeur as you dream up strategies for capturing vast territories, hurl power against power, and make sweeping, dramatic moves. No wonder Risk can keep the whole family enthralled for hours!
Spill & Spell
Crosswords can be a challenge
Spill and Spell is one of the few games you can play alone, with a partner, or with a group – anywhere, any time! You score points by making crosswords (the longer, the better) with the 15 lettered dice, before the timer runs out. It’s tough enough for the crossword puzzle buff, yet fun for youngsters too!
Back either in the 50’s or 60’s our family played a game that I’ve been unable to find. The playing pieces were airplanes and they sat on a clear plastic board under which a roll would turn and various weather conditions such as storms would appear. Have you any idea what this game was called or how I could find it?
Sky Lanes or Astron
Hello, Has anyone heard of a board game I believe was called Balcor or something like that from the 1960s? I had this game. I believe it was a monopoly type game buying hotels etc.