Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Fun Vintage 1960s TV Show Boardgames

I've always thought collecting 1960's TV Show Boardgames would be fun. I know for my parents or even some of my friends these would even be a challenge to remember everything. Let's all take a moment to reminisce about some of these 1960's TV show board games.

House Party Board Game is a good addition to anyone who was a fan of the old show. It has the cue cards with stunts on them, special games booklet, box liners, spinner, box and instructions.

One of America's favorite dogs, Lassie, had it's own boardgame. The Adventures of Lassie Board Game is a rare find. There is a spinner and markers to move around the board. It looks like fun!

The Concentration Board Game is played exactly as it was on TV. This is the second edition of the game.

This Vintage Jan Murray's Charge Account TV Word Game is played, also, exactly how it was on television.

This Eye Guess Board Game is a fun one! Based on the popular 1966-69 game show, two players are shown eight answers for eight seconds. One player answers questions by giving the number covering the appropriate answer.

The old CBS TV game Vintage Password Game is like the television show. The object of the game is to score points by guessing the correct "Password" from clues given by the partner.

This is a really simple game. The Hollywood Squares Board Game is really fun to play with little kids. The purpose is to be the first player or team to complete a tic-tac-toe or get 5 symbols on the board.

Have you seen any other vintage board games? Comment down below!