Retroist Game of Life Podcast

Retroist Game of Life Podcast

Welcome to the Retroist Game of Life Podcast. On today’s show we talk all about the super popular board game, The Game of Life. We talk about the games creator, Milton Bradly, the games rules, changes over the years and reference in pop culture. This game is wildly successful, but not a lot of people know its rich history. I hope this episodes helps with that.

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4 thoughts on “Retroist Game of Life Podcast

  1. Vinvectrex says:

    Looking forward to this. My wife considers it minor blasphemy that some recent versions all award the same pay to players, no matter their selected profession. I think she and I will enjoy this one together!

  2. deb smelk says:

    Hi, I’m looking to get the copyright to copy the image of the Life game onto a poster for a 60th birthday party. Do you know who to contact?

  3. The game of life board surface that you actually played on way far superior to any of the games I played in the day. The 3d set pieces were pure awesomeness. From the cars to the buildings to the colored character pegs. This game was pure fun. I could spin the wheel all day!

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