Vintage board game. Really want that water skiing elephant as a tattoo.
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Game of Goose (1925)
“This game with the inscription “LONG LIVE THE WORLD REVOLUTION” was published in 1925. After entering it through the gate with the rising red Sun which was also included in the coat of arms of the Soviet republics, you can study while working, enroll in the Red Army, chase the bourgeois, join the anti-alkohol campaign. Production meetings, war aircrafts and breaking the chains of the workers can promote you by even twenty spaces, while bad health and living conditions throw you back by just as much.”
Source: Poemas del rio Wang
Moon Travel Board Game conceptualized by Rajashekhar S. Bhusanurmath
This board game appeared in the 1969 Yugadi special issue of Sudha, the Kannada weekly magazine. The game starts with the Moon mission taking off and going through various phases and difficulties and landing on the Moon. Later, taking off from the Moon surface the probe has to enter the Earth’s atmosphere and land safely on the surface of Earth.
From Guy Stanley Philoche’s recent exhibition The Games We Played
Had to post this! Got this in October for my birthday. Dark Shadows the Board Game!
”Put and Take”
Schaper Toys 1956
3 Stooges Fun House Game
Barnabas Collins Dark Shadows Game
Jet World, Milton Bradley