The Old Game of Life in my Attic

If you found this gem in your attic,

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in perfect condition, what would you do with it?

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Play it?

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Sell it?

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Frame it and display it?

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I was so excited when I found this in our attic! I bought it at a garage sale before we were married, stuck it in a box, and COMPLETELY forgot about it. I didn’t check the year, but now I’m curious.

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But I’m even more curious to hear, what would you do with it?

Comments

  1. says

    I found the exact one at GW and we play it! So great to have the VINTAGE version. Congrats on your newest addition a tad late! Melissa

  2. Jess says

    I would play it then make a shadow box out of it. Put the box as the background and the pieces, etc. in. It could be really cool!

  3. says

    I just can’t help but laugh. I am 48 and this IS the game I have from my childhood. I know we got it new when I was a child and it is still the game we play at our house…I just could never upgrade. Still have the ancient game of CLUE that is probably older than I am too…and it just makes me laugh to think it’s vintage…….

  4. says

    I would keep it! The games today just pale in comparison. Those were meant to last. The ones today are here today gone tomorrow! What a gem! I wish I could find the 70′s version of Hungry Hungry Hippos. If you’re not interested in keeping it, sell it on E-Bay. I always like when other people pay me to part with stuff!

  5. Nicole says

    I would play it and then display it. I was thinking the same thing as Stacey with displaying it. What an awesome find!

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