Tag Archives: Milton Bradley

Milton Bradley Simon in the Box

I run across vintage Simon electronic games from time to time in the wild, but this is one of the nicest ones I’ve seen in a long time. This particular one was priced at $20, a steal for a vintage … Continue reading

Milton Bradley Playskool Computer

My friend Sean over at the Commodore Computer Club is a kindred spirit indeed; not only is he (obviously) a fan of Commodore computers, but he’s also a collector of vintage computer or retro gaming-related toys. Recently Sean picked up … Continue reading


Did you ever have one of Milton Bradley’s T.H.I.N.G.S.? Me neither, but I always wanted one. T.H.I.N.G.S. stood for Totally Hilarious Incredibly Neat Games of Skill. They were little wind-up plastic games that came out in the late ’80s and … Continue reading

Dark Tower – Atlantis (1981)

A couple of days ago I posted the commercial for the Dark Tower board game and Retroist commenter, Marco, was kind enough to share his memories of the game from where he hails in the Netherlands. There the name of … Continue reading

Dark Tower TV Commercial (1981)

I’ve stated before on the site that in my youth there was one board game that after seeing it’s TV commercial gripped my imagination and refused to let go. That game was the legendary Dark Tower by Milton Bradley. I … Continue reading

Stay Alive by Milton Bradley

A few weeks ago, I tossed out a few Vincent Price commercials. I couldn’t get this one to embed at that time, but I found a different version of it. Besides the Vincent Price Stay Alive commercial, there was also … Continue reading

The Fastest Gun By Milton Bradley (1973)

A very big thanks to Jimu, the Doctor, and Jim P over at Board Game Geek for these awesome images from the The Fastest Gun board game originally published by Denys Fisher Toys and then a year later by Milton … Continue reading